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Anonymous Feb 19, 3:43am - #106318 
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slanted exhaust?

okay so im dropping my ladyfriend off at work and som ricer crx does a rice by and i notice he has an exhaust but its a like a 45 degree angle...wuts up that? is that supposed to make more power or something confused
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SCOTT03 Feb 19, 3:46am - #106319 
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probably just looks and sound. not an expert but for max topend horsepower you want the best flowing exhaust, that would be a straight pipe, not slanted. Might create little backpressure helping out down low but probably just for looks and sound.

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v3n0m Feb 19, 3:46am - #106320 

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It's mostly for looks & it gives you higher ground clearence. Like with my TUM exhaust, it's slightly tilted up & it's a little higer off the ground than my old TSRM exhaust. I personaly like a slanted exhaust, if it's done right, like the TUM exhaust thumbsup
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actually his slant was for more power less curves so that it's more staight. for example here's the trial exhaust notice the buldge curve in the design, thats because it has to go around the right part of the axel. had they made the exhaust slanted it would have been more free-er flowing but they brought it around and straight out the rear.

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slidr Feb 19, 3:58am - #106322 

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Originally Posted by Kim
actually his slant was for more power less curves so that it's more staight. for example here's the trial exhaust notice the buldge curve in the design, thats because it has to go around the right part of the axel. had they made the exhaust slanted it would have been more free-er flowing but they brought it around and straight out the rear.

I thought he meant that just the tip was slanted. He couldn't have seen all of that from his point of view.

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Originally Posted by Kim
actually his slant was for more power less curves so that it's more staight. for example here's the trial exhaust notice the buldge curve in the design, thats because it has to go around the right part of the axel. had they made the exhaust slanted it would have been more free-er flowing but they brought it around and straight out the rear.


lets see if i got this rite, so if our exhaust didnt curve around the axle and instead slanted to the left side of our car, we get more power?
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Eyger Feb 19, 4:09am - #106326 

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Yeah, a little, but not enough for you to want to go out and do it. I think the slant look is cool.

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naw...not gonna do it, jsut curious because i've seen a ton of hondas with the exhausts goin out at weird angles
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Eyger Feb 19, 10:45pm - #106328 

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I thought this one was kinda strange. laughsilly
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i see a lot of this in norcal... i ve seen this one accord(the newest one)taht had 2 exhaust pointn left and right that thing was incredibly modded and very clean..had 19in c5s...it pretty look dope
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Tein_Celica Feb 20, 12:02am - #106330 

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Actually on my car its slanted not for looks(even thought i think it looks good and added cleareance when lowered) but i had no other options, the only way the custom pipe would have fit would be to have it come out the middle, i could have run it over the axel but not the smartest idea, so that gave me a slant.
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Elkal900 Feb 20, 12:33am - #106331 

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My neighbors WRX has an exhaust like that but on much more of an angle I can see the entire side of the muffler to where the actual tip was on the left of the car
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defyenz Feb 20, 12:57am - #106332 

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i thought slanting the exhaust was like the jdm look

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slanting is just what they said above...for a move straight pipe exhaust...

I wouldn't consider it rice, but I think it looks really gay

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celicaguy Feb 20, 1:32am - #106334 
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I have 2 bomz racing mufflers angled out towards the sides...with the blitz rear and the middle out of it and i think mine looks awesome.
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SR71 Feb 20, 2:22am - #106335 
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i think i looks tite! thumbsup
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I like it and if it helps with performance or clearance then its all good in da Hood
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
slanting is just what they said above...for a move straight pipe exhaust...

I wouldn't consider it rice, but I think it looks really gay

the tanabe exhaust is angled slightly

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glitch Feb 20, 7:01am - #106339 
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Steven Feb 20, 7:47am - #106340 
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Probably just a little. But every little bit counts when tuning 4 cylinder cars right? That's why people install pullies that ad 1-2 hp... Also, not that slanting your exhaust will give you 1-2 hp. It'll probably be less than 1 hp but every little bit counts.

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actually his slant was for more power less curves so that it's more staight. for example here's the trial exhaust notice the buldge curve in the design, thats because it has to go around the right part of the axel. had they made the exhaust slanted it would have been more free-er flowing but they brought it around and straight out the rear.


lets see if i got this rite, so if our exhaust didnt curve around the axle and instead slanted to the left side of our car, we get more power?
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