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Fyr_Fytr Mar 25, 4:29am - #134409 
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GTS Dual Exhaust?

Sup, I recently decided on a final choice for a body kit(Black Widow II) which would be going on my GTS. I was wondering if any companies made dual exhaust for the 2001+ celica. I've seen in on a few in pictures but those were custom jobs. I've had zero luck in finding a dual exhaust kit for my soon to be rear bumper. I'm not too sure if dualies are only available in custom jobs or not as well. Enjoi.

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Pnoiracerz Mar 25, 4:32am - #134410 
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I think you can only get dual exhaust for the celica custom made...
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Heat Mar 25, 4:33am - #134411 
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Yes, there is. There is a company called Laser that makes them...I had emailed them about it, because they are not in US, and they said if you bought it, it would fit on US spec Celica. I'll see if I can find the site for you. thumbsup

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Fyr_Fytr Mar 25, 4:34am - #134412 
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Awesome, thanks a lot Heat.

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Sparty Mar 25, 4:36am - #134413 

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i dont know any producers but i just love the way this one looks like... id like to get smth like it...
but its a custom made i guess
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Fyr_Fytr Mar 25, 4:41am - #134414 
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That is really tight. I think I like the Cel better with two headers complared to the Stock, one.
By the way Heat, is this the site?
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It looks good, I might have to keep here if my mind doesn't change. wink

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Fyr_Fytr Mar 25, 4:43am - #134415 
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Check this pic out. This girl had custom flow masters put on her Cel. I could only wonder how that baby sounds.

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Heat Mar 25, 4:49am - #134416 
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Originally Posted by Fyr_Fytr
That is really tight. I think I like the Cel better with two headers complared to the Stock, one.
By the way Heat, is this the site?
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It looks good, I might have to keep here if my mind doesn't change. wink


It looks like the one...but they changed it since the last time I was on. I'll see if I can find the direct link. wink

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slidr Mar 25, 4:52am - #134417 

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You will lose horsepower with a dual exhaust on a four banger, that is, if it is a true dual exhaust.

It will cause a drastic decrease in exhaust back pressure.

But, I do agree that it looks better.

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LostAngel Mar 25, 4:55am - #134418 
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Originally Posted by slidr
You will lose horsepower with a dual exhaust on a four banger, that is, if it is a true dual exhaust.

It will cause a drastic decrease in exhaust back pressure.

But, I do agree that it looks better.

Agreed on everything, Dual Looks sooo nice.
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SatinSilverGTS Mar 25, 4:57am - #134419 

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Here is one made by Varis
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Mad_Game Mar 25, 4:58am - #134420 
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ya not a lot of people have dual on their celica, get it! that would be phat
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Fyr_Fytr Mar 25, 4:59am - #134421 
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Originally Posted by slidr

You will lose horsepower with a dual exhaust on a four banger, that is, if it is a true dual exhaust.

It will cause a drastic decrease in exhaust back pressure.

But, I do agree that it looks better.

I don't like that frown but maybe I can make up for it.
Anyways, if I'm not the only one looking for Dualies I just answered my question finally to finding a site that sells them.
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If you want a preview of what it looks like on the GTS here it is. (Small pic but it works)
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Seems to be the same image as SatinSilver's.

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Pnoiracerz Mar 25, 5:34am - #134422 
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Originally Posted by SatinSilverGTS
Here is one made by Varis
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Thats a nice Dual Exhaust system.
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slidr Mar 25, 6:21am - #134423 

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You know, you could always get a "fake dual exhaust system." You would get the look of dual exhaust, but only one of the pipes would be fuctional. No one would ever know unless your car smokes, it's cold out, or i f they are physically feeling for expelled air (which I don't think anyone would do wtf .)


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Eyger Mar 25, 6:34am - #134424 

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Originally Posted by SatinSilverGTS
Here is one made by Varis
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This is a Y_pipe dual exhaust. You will not loose any horsepower with a Y dual. As long as the split is after the catalyic converter, you'll be fine. I am getting a dual exhaust in about a month and i've done a lot of research, so you can trust me. You can only gain power from a Y pipe dual. thumbsup

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Pnoiracerz Mar 25, 9:25am - #134425 
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Originally Posted by Eyger
Originally Posted by SatinSilverGTS
Here is one made by Varis
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This is a Y_pipe dual exhaust. You will not loose any horsepower with a Y dual. As long as the split is after the catalyic converter, you'll be fine. I am getting a dual exhaust in about a month and i've done a lot of research, so you can trust me. You can only gain power from a Y pipe dual. thumbsup


So your saying that I either didn't loose power or I gained some power because my Dual exhaust's has a Y pipe and its after the Catalyic converter. The exhaust system is totally custom made.
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vejita_13 Mar 25, 11:20am - #134426 

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Originally Posted by slidr
You will lose horsepower with a dual exhaust on a four banger, that is, if it is a true dual exhaust.

It will cause a drastic decrease in exhaust back pressure.

But, I do agree that it looks better.


if the rear part of the kit has a dual exhaust opening it looks funny if there isnt some there to fill it in. like if you only had one testicle. rofl j/k
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drkramm Mar 25, 12:11pm - #134427 
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Originally Posted by Eyger
Originally Posted by SatinSilverGTS
Here is one made by Varis
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This is a Y_pipe dual exhaust. You will not loose any horsepower with a Y dual. As long as the split is after the catalyic converter, you'll be fine. I am getting a dual exhaust in about a month and i've done a lot of research, so you can trust me. You can only gain power from a Y pipe dual. thumbsup


thats not totaly true now it wouldn't be a drastic loss as a true dual would have your still loosing a lot of back pressure from the two mufflers not to mention those are just glass packs which just allow everything to flow anyway

plain and simple unless your Turbo'd duel exhaust on a 4 cyl is looks only

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LiGhTniNgGT-S Mar 25, 3:08pm - #134428 
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Get Dual Kazumas!!!!
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Celicaracer18 Mar 25, 3:24pm - #134429 

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Originally Posted by LiGhTniNgGTS
Get Dual Kazumas!!!!


i don't believe they make kazuma duals

but i'm getting duals next week, straight pipes all the way back with a y near the end, and polished w/carbon fiber shell tips, two reasons, it'll sound better and, i am getting flame throwers, and that means you can't have a cat
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Mizery_Machine Mar 25, 5:43pm - #134430 
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Mmm... duals tasty I'm happy with my TSRM but duals are nice. Let us know how it works out.

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NewCelica04 Mar 25, 7:16pm - #134431 

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There is one that I can think of Supersprint
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Fyr_Fytr Mar 25, 9:42pm - #134432 
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SuperSprint looks good to me. But I think I'll still look around for the best price and description of the pipes.

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cycocelica Mar 25, 11:06pm - #134433 

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the duals look sweet with the celica! let us know how everything goes and if you can feel a gain.

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ya, but they are not something you see very often though, unfortuntly... spineyes
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Rave669 Mar 26, 10:39pm - #134435 

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god, I have to admit that dual setup looks nice, but the big drawback to a dual setup is added weight. dual would be twice as heavy as an equivalent single muffler system, and weight is the celica's worst enemy.

While it looks sweet, you'd be better off with a high Performance titanium single like the veilside.

But honestly, I like that dual system, if it's all titanium, I bet the slight weight increase would be worth the Performance increase, so long as the dual is lighter than, or just as heavy as stock, you should be fine.

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Steven Mar 26, 11:48pm - #134436 
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you're not going to loose all this hp. Running with an unbolted exhaust will drastically decrease backpressure.
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The duals do look prety nice. Trial is nicer thougH!!!
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qbanprepster21 Mar 27, 12:52am - #134438 
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what if you get two TRD exhaust's customed into a dually, and you make the y joint after the cat so it wont lose hp?

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Fyr_Fytr Apr 1, 6:23am - #134439 
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I beleive its the same factor as any other dual, your still opening more "exhaust bandwith" than you are putting out exhaust ...I believe.

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could always resort to custom...
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I would go custom

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