HT4100 4.1, 4.5, 4.9 Discussion, 1993 Deville in Cadillac Engine Discussion; What can I do with a 93' Deville besides enjoy the lead bottom land barge aspect? how hard would it ...
- 03-09-03 04:44 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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What can I do with a 93' Deville besides enjoy the lead bottom land barge aspect?
how hard would it be to convert to true duals? is it the typical two pipes into one cat with single out put set up that just requires swapping in two cats in place of one like dodge rams or ? I intend to run the ravin Z33's (I'm young and desire the screaming hot rod sound...besides I'd love to run around setting off car alarms in a parking garage when at WOT)!
- 03-09-03 05:01 PM #2
CAN THE ADMIN MOVE THIS TO THE PUSHROD FORUM FOR ME BEING AS THIS IS A NON-NORTHSTAR ENGINE?
- 03-10-03 08:30 AM #3
No problem. Will do.. Done...
- 03-11-03 07:56 PM #4
I just purchased a '92 deville touring sedan. I am looking at exhaust and intake applications to play around with. Keep us updated on what you come up with.
- 03-11-03 09:04 PM #5
I was trying to buy the car and I came up with a guy that almost had my cash but suddenly couldn't find the pink slip...but he'd mail it to me later...
- 03-11-03 09:17 PM #6
IMO, I dont think it would be worth it to go to duals. IMO it is going to be too much work and money. With that money, you could get a high flow cat, and new muffler, if you want that sound.
- 03-13-03 10:52 AM #7
if you want the look of duals, get an F-body muffler(camaro/firebird). They have one inlet on one side and outlets on both sides. Then all you need is two 90 deg bends and tips.