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Old 05-07-2012, 05:00 PM   #21
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Where did you find it for that price??
x2, and did you get the stainless version?
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I believe bassani only comes in stainless steel, on all their systems.

What i did was look up the part number from bassani for the true duals and then searched amazon. Make sure you find the right one but you can get it for $871 shipped. In my book that is the best deal out there for a true dual 2.5" stainless exhaust, x pipe and goes from headers to tail pipes.

btw, i guess i should let you guys know too i'm not running cats. i go from the headers directly to this system, which has no cats in it. So it is kind of loud, really depends on the person. But there is no drone or rasp even with out cats and i hate drone and raspy exhausts.
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I believe bassani only comes in stainless steel, on all their systems.

What i did was look up the part number from bassani for the true duals and then searched amazon. Make sure you find the right one but you can get it for $871 shipped. In my book that is the best deal out there for a true dual 2.5" stainless exhaust, x pipe and goes from headers to tail pipes.

btw, i guess i should let you guys know too i'm not running cats. i go from the headers directly to this system, which has no cats in it. So it is kind of loud, really depends on the person. But there is no drone or rasp even with out cats and i hate drone and raspy exhausts.
do you by any chance remember the part number??
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do you by any chance remember the part number??
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I used to run this system with headers. I have pics on my Fquick page.
http://www.fquick.com/garages/viewga...rid=291&page=1
I used v-band clamps to attach the headers to the cat-back. I also needed reducers to get from 3" to 2.5" (I think that was the size) It is possible to get this system to work with headers. Any competent exhaust shop should be able to do it.

I no longer run this setup, but this is the best sounding exhaust system IMO. (It is a little quiet at idle) And I've had TSP TD's, SLP LM, & Magnaflow. I've had people flag me down and ask what kind of exhaust I was running.
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I used to run this system with headers. I have pics on my Fquick page.
http://www.fquick.com/garages/viewga...rid=291&page=1
I used v-band clamps to attach the headers to the cat-back. I also needed reducers to get from 3" to 2.5" (I think that was the size) It is possible to get this system to work with headers. Any competent exhaust shop should be able to do it.

I no longer run this setup, but this is the best sounding exhaust system IMO. (It is a little quiet at idle) And I've had TSP TD's, SLP LM, & Magnaflow. I've had people flag me down and ask what kind of exhaust I was running.
was your car lowered at all in this pic??

http://www.fquick.com/images/vehicle...jpg?1214684315
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was your car lowered at all in this pic??

http://www.fquick.com/images/vehicle...jpg?1214684315
No, that was before I lowered the car. That was part of the reason I got rid of it. I didn't have an exhaust shop do this install, but I think an exhaust shop might be able to get a little more clearance. That was the lowest section on the car (driver side, before the X)
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No, that was before I lowered the car. That was part of the reason I got rid of it. I didn't have an exhaust shop do this install, but I think an exhaust shop might be able to get a little more clearance. That was the lowest section on the car (driver side, before the X)
What are you running now if you don't mind me asking??
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What are you running now if you don't mind me asking??
Kooks LT's, Kooks Catted Y, Magnaflow Cat-back. It sounds choked up. I have to add a cutout.
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I'd like to add a little more pic reference to this thread...

This is my car lowered with DMS springs... as you can see I have 3-4" clearance.


This pic is a little out dated as my wheels are now PC'd but still the same exhaust.
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^Thanks for posting, bene. I've always been a fan of your car. What kind of tips are those? They look really good. I'm not a big fan of the ones Bassani has in their kit.
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^Thanks for posting, bene. I've always been a fan of your car. What kind of tips are those? They look really good. I'm not a big fan of the ones Bassani has in their kit.
Thanks for the kind words. I didn't like the bassani tips either. The tips that I have now are corsa clones.

Ever since I have bassani exhaust put on ages ago, I've had people follow me just to listening to the car.
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Thanks for the kind words. I didn't like the bassani tips either. The tips that I have now are corsa clones.

Ever since I have bassani exhaust put on ages ago, I've had people follow me just to listening to the car.
Haha, that's hilarious. Thanks for the info on the tips.
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Don't meant to hack the thread but I was looking in to geting tsp LT headers and the bassani exhaust system also for my 01 z28 and had a few questions will this bassani exhaust work with the tsp headers asking as I put on some 3" to 2.5" piping in between also ill be running no cats and do I have to do anything with the panhard bats at all in the back some say yes some same no and other don't know lol could you please pm me or write back man really really like and want this setup bad for my babe (car)
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Nope I have them on my car and they got fine no need to mod anything its a bolt on and go system if u have headers there's a little welding up front but it's pretty wasy
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So I don't have to buy the panhard relocation kit in order to use this bassani kit
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Hey man can you take a pic of the rear so I could see the clearence you have with this system and a pos of the system welded up to the lt headers if you don't mind also what lt headers are you running

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Hey man can you take a pic of the rear so I could see the clearence you have with this system and a pos of the system welded up to the lt headers if you don't mind also what lt headers are you running
I posted plenty of pictures of under the car in the true duals sticky.
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