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I've decided that I like the stock exhaust so much that I wish to put another matching one on the other side.

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Start by cutting the Y pipe. From there it's all a matter of creativity. There are loads of posts on people's dual exhaust systems on here. Would be easiest to look through them and get some ideas of what you want to do.
 

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Take the car to a muffler shop and have 'em weld another tip on the other side with a pipe connecting, if you want to stick with the stock exhaust, otherwise get an aftermarket dual exhaust.
 

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I've decided that I like the stock exhaust so much that I wish to put another matching one on the other side.

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you like the look of the stock exhaust or the sound of it? just take your car to a garage that does exhausts and tell them exactly what you told us on here, they know what to do
 

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Take the car to a muffler shop and have 'em weld another tip on the other side with a pipe connecting, if you want to stick with the stock exhaust, otherwise get an aftermarket dual exhaust.

Should I go out and get my own extra stock tip + connecting pipe myself or would they supply it for the same cost?
 

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if you want the same exact tip you're better off going to a junkyard and hacking one off of a wrecked car and taking it to them, they will do the connecting.
 
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