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I haven't heard of anyone having problems with exhaust fitment on 96 2+2s, but then again I don't know anyone with one. You should find the exhaust you like first, and then call the manufacturer and ask them if it will fit on a 96 2+2. They should know. If it turns out that 90-95 exhausts won't fit yours, I think finding a good muffer/exhaust shop that will fabricate one for you would work fine. They're usually reasonably priced if not cheaper than buying a brand name catback, and can look just as nice. But it will be unique as well. :) You could ask for an X-pipe for better air flow.
 

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Tough call on what the best exhaust for the money is. The exhaust that flows the best is the most expensive. The Jim Wolf Genie is a high quality exhaust for a pretty good price, but it's single tip on each side and it's an H-pipe. Greddy is also good. B&B is probably the most popular, but also the most costly. HKS also makes some good ones.

You should research your options and decide what's most important to you - do you want stainless steel? H-pipe or X-pipe? (Since you have an NA, this makes less of a difference.) Single or dual tip? There are many different styles for each and everyone likes something different. You can get a Monza exhaust for only $300 or so, but it's not stainless and it's pretty loud. Actually someone I know had one of those on his 1990 2+2.

Just look around... you shouldn't let anyone tell you what the "best" exhaust is for the price because some people have different reasons for buying what they did! :)
 
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