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This is a discussion on Invidia n1 dual and single exhaust within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Just wondering, is there any difference between the invidia n1 single and dual exhausts? Thanks for and info....

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    Invidia n1 dual and single exhaust

    Just wondering, is there any difference between the invidia n1 single and dual exhausts? Thanks for and info.

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    Performance-wise minimal to no difference. Single vs dual is mostly a matter of saving weight (and the aesthetics). Singles weigh a decent amount less, but to me I prefer the dual look even if it weighs more then stock.
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    I have the dual N1, and I agree with anxiouz. Nothing beats the sound of a boxer motor with a DP and a set of dual high flow mufflers.
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    Thanks for the replies I was just wondering becuase I want to get a dual and I noticed that many people have a single. The dual looks better IMO, I can sacrifice adding some weight.

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    I have the dual, and I love it! I see absolutely no point in the single, especially for a car designed for dual exit exhaust.

    I mean how much weight are you really saving? Will you ever notice the extra power from the little weight saved from one muffler and y pipe? I think not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesla317 View Post
    I mean how much weight are you really saving? Will you ever notice the extra power from the little weight saved from one muffler and y pipe? I think not...
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    Even if you got the dual N1, you're still saving weight compared to the stock system. Those mufflers are just insanely heavy.
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    True. I want being specific to the n1, just in generally.

    Personally I think Perrin has the best sounding catback, even with it weighing way more than stock. The sound is worth the extra lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anxiouz View Post
    True. I want being specific to the n1, just in generally.

    Personally I think Perrin has the best sounding catback, even with it weighing way more than stock. The sound is worth the extra lbs.
    I'm just the opposite. I'm gf has the perrin, i have the n1. I think the n1 has a deeper tone, and is slightly louder. Not to mention that fitment of the n1 is much better than the perrin. For nearly $400 bucks more, and doesn't align with the cutouts very well...And it can't be fixed with different hangers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anxiouz View Post
    True. I want being specific to the n1, just in generally.

    Personally I think Perrin has the best sounding catback, even with it weighing way more than stock. The sound is worth the extra lbs.
    I agree with this. I LOVE the sound of the Perrin. I don't believe that it's heavy than stock though...the stock system is just so heavy.
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