This is my first restoration project and I the only things i know about working on cars is what I've done to this one. I didn't bother to list it all cause it's mostly been minor stuff except replacing rear springs and shocks.
Just to throw in another option, look at certifiedmuffler.com. They have some very nice packages. I'm gonna get a set from them when the money's in the bank . They have 2.5" and 3" in steel or aluminum, all mandrel bent, and mods like "test-pipes" and down pipes for turbos. A 2.5" system should be more than enough for an NA from what i've read here in the past. The larger systems could cost you some low-band power.
Well since you have an N/A, dont spend too much on the exhaust - just look for something that gives a nice sound - stick with stock size - too big will only make you slower... and keep it "non-rice" if you can
Thanks. HKS is just under 2.4". Whatever I decide, I won't be going bigger than 2.5" cause of HP loss. But I am currently planning on installing the '96 Pathfinder manifold and everything else that needs to goes along with that. I haven't been able to find the #'s for HP or Torque gain I've only heard that it's the Pathy or a bored plenum and the Pathy sounds easier cause I can do it myself. Oh, if "ricey" can be avoided it will be. I'm sick of the Bumble Bee effect.