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Apr 3, 7:13pm - #144071 
twin exhuast any one got it on there Celica

does it improve your car perfomance?

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Apr 3, 7:17pm - #144072 
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Apr 3, 7:24pm - #144073 
how much was it to get and where

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Apr 3, 7:29pm - #144074 
Originally Posted by driver
how much was it to get and where


It was about $300 and it was custom done. It was done by a local shop here where I live at. There are some exhaust systems that have been done for the celica already. There was a post about this before, try to search for it. thumbsup

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Apr 3, 7:44pm - #144075 
it deminishes perfoamance doesnt it?????????????? i heard it is too little back pressure


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Apr 3, 8:09pm - #144076 
Yes, it decreases Performance.

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Apr 3, 9:23pm - #144077 
there's a company in europe who makes one (don't remember the name) and there's Varis, and they make on in stainless steel or titanium, but since it's a JDM parts, it's gonna cost you an arm an a leg. IMO dual exhaust are just for looks, so if you want it for look, then knock yourself out.

and yeah, it hurts Performance.

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Apr 3, 10:30pm - #144078 
Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Yes, it decreases Performance.


It does not decrease Performance. I've had SEVERAL friends with dual exhausts (Y pipe) and they love it. It provides the same Performance as would a regular axel back/cat back system would. I'm going to stick with that untill i see some dyno sheets. The following are examples.

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Apr 3, 10:32pm - #144079 
it actually lowers your Performance. The celica is 4 cylinder.. there's no reason to put a dual exhaust on it, other than looks. thumbsdown


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Apr 3, 10:34pm - #144080 
Originally Posted by Eyger

Originally Posted by MptGlw69

Yes, it decreases Performance.


It does not decrease Performance. I've had SEVERAL friends with dual exhausts (Y pipe) and they love it. It provides the same Performance as would a regular axel back/cat back system would. I'm going to stick with that untill i see some dyno sheets. The following are examples.


Ok Eyger, I'll grant you that with the "Y pipe" you may not lose Performance, but there is certainly no advantage of that setup over any other aftermarket exhaust that has bigger piping than stock. It's just for looks, and as such, it's a waste of money IMO since the whole point of getting an exhaust is Performance (and perhaps the sound, which can also be easily achieved with a single pipe).


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Apr 3, 10:47pm - #144081 
Originally Posted by Evan
Originally Posted by Eyger
Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Yes, it decreases Performance.


It does not decrease Performance. I've had SEVERAL friends with dual exhausts (Y pipe) and they love it. It provides the same Performance as would a regular axel back/cat back system would. I'm going to stick with that untill i see some dyno sheets. The following are examples.


Ok Eyger, I'll grant you that with the "Y pipe" you may not lose Performance, but there is certainly no advantage of that setup over any other aftermarket exhaust that has bigger piping than stock. It's just for looks, and as such, it's a waste of money IMO since the whole point of getting an exhaust is Performance (and perhaps the sound, which can also be easily achieved with a single pipe).


Yah yah dude, it's 100% for looks. I just want to try to clear up the misconceptions, because a lot of people ask questions like these.
The only reason one would go from a single exhaust to a dual exhaust for increased gains would be like if you had a V-8 engine. And some larger displacment 6's can benefit from it as well. thumbsup
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Apr 3, 11:02pm - #144082 
I think Evan was acting blonde again rofl grin

we all know that a dual exhaust is for looks on on cars

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Apr 3, 11:03pm - #144083 
Ha ha. Dual exhausts are cool by me!


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Apr 3, 11:40pm - #144084 
Originally Posted by v3n0m
I think Evan was acting blonde again rofl grin

we all know that a dual exhaust is for looks on on cars


I was replying to the question posted at the top of this thread wink

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does it improve your car perfomance?


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Apr 4, 7:42am - #144085 
Originally Posted by v3n0m
there's a company in europe who makes one (don't remember the name)


http://www.laser-jama.nl

or direct link to the product-sheet: http://www.laser-jama.nl/CarPDF/9067990MM.pdf

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Apr 4, 8:05am - #144086 
yea even thoguh there is still only one cat that cat still only provides a minemal amount of back pressure most is done by the muffler
it would be like getting the TRD sport exhaust only weighing twice as much


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