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Old 09-02-2009, 09:21 PM   #1
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Default Turbo Exhaust ?

I need help picking out an exhaust for my turbo setup.
I was thinking about doing a custom mandrel bent 3" catback with a deep sounding muffer such as a magnaflow but im not sure.

Do you guys have any recommendations for me?
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i had the 3" thermal r&d exhaust when i had a turbo on my gsr and it sounded ****en badass . it also looks really good, the muffler is small and the tip is only 4" big so it's not too flashy. i highly recommend it.
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i had the 3" thermal r&d exhaust when i had a turbo on my gsr and it sounded ****en badass . it also looks really good, the muffler is small and the tip is only 4" big so it's not too flashy. i highly recommend it.
i have the same on my current setup, its a monster not raspy or anything
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Since you're in California, your options shrink waaay down. I'm guessing you're using a CARB legal kit like the Greddy? Get a highflow cat like a Carsounds and a good CARB legal exhaust.
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Magna, clean sleeper good sound
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Magna, clean sleeper good sound
Some of my homies were telling me just to get a magnaflow with custom mandrel bent piping.

Apparently its like 80-100 for just the magnaflow muffler and another like 150-200 for the piping.
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Some of my homies were telling me just to get a magnaflow with custom mandrel bent piping.

Apparently its like 80-100 for just the magnaflow muffler and another like 150-200 for the piping.
yup 80 for the muffler nice smooth sound and not that rice ****
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usually custom piping with a nice muffler is the best choice.
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