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Someone put single exhaust on my car, but it has dual cut outs on the bumper.

I'd like to go back to the original dual.

Is there a set up that is preferred. Doesn't have to be loud. Some grunt may be cool though.

Might as well ask about a good down pipe too. I saw some without a cat. I assume those must get tuned out for the OBD2?

Car is otherwise stock. 2007 2.0T

Don't want to spend too much, just something decent.

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Someone put single exhaust on my car, but it has dual cut outs on the bumper.

I'd like to go back to the original dual.

Is there a set up that is preferred. Doesn't have to be loud. Some grunt may be cool though.

Might as well ask about a good down pipe too. I saw some without a cat. I assume those must get tuned out for the OBD2?

Car is otherwise stock. 1997 2.0T

Don't want to spend too much, just something decent.

Thanks!!
Are you refering to a 1997 or 2007 9-3?
 

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Your car do not have dual outputs as original.
 

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Really?????

Huh? I must have some kind of body kit on there or something?

Interesting... Yea, it has dual cut outs in the back, yet it has single exhaust.

Weird.

It's a 2.0T.. Doesn't matter?
 

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yeah, its an aero lip from the 2.8 v6 9-3's. You could just go with a used aero exhaust setup and by a hanger for the right side muffler for under 150 if you wanted. Otherwise, it will be a bit pricey for a custom setup. You could also just leave the exhaust as is and get a single vented rear aero lip from the earlier 2003-2005 aero 9-3s if you only wanted one outlet. It;s very similar to what you have just no right side opening. In fact i have one i could sell you seeing as I bought it for my combi to do a duel exhaust, had it painted, only to realize the sedan versions don't fit the wagons.
 

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I think I'll keep it. I kind of like dual exhaust.

Maybe just have a shop add a y pipe?

Get a hood scoop and hood pins while I'm at it. :p
 

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Also...
What years Aero V6 dual exhaust will fit?
I'm having a hard time finding anything.
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MapTun parts website has the back end of the dual tip exhaust, but for the 4 cylinder motors. I would post a link, but I can't post links yet lol
 
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