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I am also a fan of the quads, but believe me when I saw we are the minority.

Thats alright. according to their last update we will be able to get the quad exhaust. Its gonna look sick on the evo.

"Josh and team have been working hard on our new EVO X exhaust system. After polling many people, and a lot of internal discussion, we decided on the ‘quad tip’ style as it fit the look of the new EVO and would be a bit different from the 4″ round duals everyone seems to be doing. I really love how this setup flows with the lines of the rear bumper.
Josh has been posting some great pictures on his own blog, and I took the liberty to steal some and post them on here as well. Hopefully he won’t mind. I’m just excited in the way these came out and can’t wait to get started on production!"
 

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The single and dual exhaust from Kakimoto came out at the same time. I chose the single since I don't really see any purpose in having a dual exhaust on an in line engine. Also the dual weighs more and it costs about $400 USD more than the single.
 

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The single and dual exhaust from Kakimoto came out at the same time. I chose the single since I don't really see any purpose in having a dual exhaust on an in line engine. Also the dual weighs more and it costs about $400 USD more than the single.

i have to agree with you on this one. even though i like the look of the dual better i dont think it serves a purpose with an inline4.
 

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Form over Function, or should we do it right? On an L4 there is no purpose for dual after cat (not that there is ever a purpose for fake dual). Its extra weight, and by swapping to the single outlet catback alone you can drop 20+lbs.
I like the look of dual, but extra weight isn't worth the look.
 

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agreed!

Form over Function, or should we do it right? On an L4 there is no purpose for dual after cat (not that there is ever a purpose for fake dual). Its extra weight, and by swapping to the single outlet catback alone you can drop 20+lbs.
I like the look of dual, but extra weight isn't worth the look.
I couldn't have said it better myself! I do like the dual look from factory and Mitsubishi did the right thing for its design. However, "upgrading" causes me to go single and big.
 
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