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AZZKIKR Apr 13, 8:31pm - #153410 

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Invidia or TSRM

exhausts...I've heard both TSRM and the invidia, but only the TSRM in person...I just watched the video of the invidia, and I really like it eek ( Immo's invidia clip ). I'd be happy with the noise of either, but is the extra $100 for the TSRM gonna be worth the it. I have an extra $400 to put into my baby, and I can order the invidia now, or wait for the TSRM, and yes, the $400 is going toward exhaust, and nothing else...I need opinions on the noise and the Performance...thanks in advance to all
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GTStick Apr 13, 9:05pm - #153411 

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there gonna be similar, i have the tsrm and its great, but i got it for cheaper also. with exhaust its not a phenominal gain but its noticable to some degree and sound will be very similar between the two. both sound great, and as for gains the tsrm is proven to be high quality, but the invidia is still a great exhaust. If you have dont have the money i say go invidia, they'll both be similar etiehr way
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MptGlw69 Apr 13, 9:08pm - #153412 
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TSRM.
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AZZKIKR Apr 13, 9:16pm - #153413 

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I have the $400 now, and was wondering if I should get the invidia ordered today, or wait another month to buy the TSRM (I know its $100, but I had to go to the ER last friday, and have to buy a new door before I play with my car...see "friday night foolishness" under the gen. discussion) I don't drag race or anything, but need to put something on there to help out, and while I know I'll feel something with either exhaust, I'm not really worried about 2hp...so, invidia now, or TSRM in late may idunno
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MptGlw69 Apr 13, 9:19pm - #153414 
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Well, I guess all that really matters now is looks. I would go for the TSRM because it is the best looking exhaust IMO. thumbsup
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CeLlYgT04 Apr 13, 10:00pm - #153415 

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Invidia is less common...Give it a try thumbsup
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celicafourotwo Apr 14, 4:03am - #153416 

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Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Invidia is less common...Give it a try thumbsup


^^ yup. I'm thinking if getting it too since i don't have much money to get TRD or something else..get it and let us know how it is.

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Mad_Game Apr 14, 4:27am - #153417 
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TRD = too quiet
not my style
TSRM thumbsup
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Sultan Apr 14, 5:07am - #153418 

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spend a little more and get the TSRM...
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v3n0m Apr 14, 6:13am - #153419 

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since you like chrome, go with Tanabe 'cuz the canister is really shiny grin
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AZZKIKR Apr 14, 2:48pm - #153420 

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^^^ that makes sense... thumbsup
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fusi0n Apr 14, 2:54pm - #153421 
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the tanabe canister is so ricey looking..i got rid of it and im replacing it with the rs-r exhaust..its much louder and deeper than the TSRM(piping on the rs-r and invidia are almost exactly the same). since you have a GT, i would say go for the invidia since the top end gains are probably better due to the straighter piping, and low end loss won't be as bad since the GT actually makes some power down low.
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VSGTS14 Apr 14, 2:56pm - #153422 

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^^my thoughts too...

if i don't get rid of celica, i want TRD exhaust.

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AZZKIKR Apr 14, 3:22pm - #153423 

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^^ Thanks Fusion...I think you helped me make up my mind...I'm gonna go ahead and order the invidia, after lunch today... thumbsup
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CeLlYgT04 Apr 14, 4:17pm - #153424 

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Originally Posted by AZZKIKR
^^ Thanks Fusion...I think you helped me make up my mind...I'm gonna go ahead and order the invidia, after lunch today... thumbsup


Sweet!

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spaztikid Apr 14, 5:27pm - #153425 
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Originally Posted by MptGlw69
TSRM.
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AZZKIKR Apr 14, 5:30pm - #153426 

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I'm gonna get it from Modacar.com...$399 ready to go...works for me
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