Mike,Ron: If you are looking for a dual exhaust, you will be looking for a gxp exhaust. NA’s never came oem with dual exhaust. Should be able to find a complete cat back gxp exhaust. The gxp will be louder then a stock NA exhaust. Most of us like that sound!!
Hmmm. Yeah this is new to me. Well someone did add an intake, is a 2.4, does have dual tips. doesn't say GXP on back.In Solstice-speak the "dual exhaust" is the single exhaust with dual tips.
If your 2.4 has a dual-outlet exhaust it was swapped from a GXP. The 2.4 came stock with a single-outlet exhaust.
Glad to help clarify things.Hmmm. Yeah this is new to me. Well someone did add an intake, is a 2.4, does have dual tips. doesn't say GXP on back.
Thanks for your help
Not damaged. Just want it back to factory quiet. The drone is too much. Photo attached.Glad to help clarify things.
As @WickedMike said, a lot of us with 2.4s switched to the GXP (or in my case RL) exhaust for a little bit more sound.
The two exhausts are direct interchanges except for the rear valence, so it was pretty easy to do.
Is yours damaged, or just too loud for you? If it is just too loud, a like replacement is probably going to sound the same.
To get it quieter you will want the stock 2.4 exhaust, but then you will have an extra "hole" in the valence, so you wll want to replace that, or get creative.
I am not aware of one. The "get creative" comment that I made has a couple of possible directions:So someone put a GXP exhaust and valance on this base model. So to go back to original, I'd have to change to single tip muffler and change valance. Correct ?
No other way to get rid of the drone? There isn't a quiet dual exhaust? I know I'm going against the grain here.
an in-line resonator did nothing for the drone in my coupe, but it might work for a convertible; but i have a magnaflow dual systemI am not aware of one. The "get creative" comment that I made has a couple of possible directions:
- Find an in-line resonator to splice into the pipe you have
- Find a stock pipe/muffler, cut the left-side outlet off of the one you have and attach it to the end of the muffler as a non-functional part