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JAIMEJAMES
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May 20, 7:45am - #16342 
Which TRD exhaust length should I...

go with? After much research and reviews it looks like I've decided on the TRD exhaust since it was dynoed with the best torque and horsepower gains (plus a sweet and unobtrusive noise decible). I just don't know if the standard or extended length is the way to go. Although I'm a little iffy on the straight pipe look on the end I don't plan on getting a body kit anytime soon. I have read somewhere that I can always extend the standard length version down the road if I choose. I dunno... confused


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May 20, 7:52am - #16343 
I'm thinking of getting my exhaust done...

I have to get emissions tested this weekend, but after that, BYE BYE emissions equipment and Hello re-programmed computer and lots of smog.

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May 20, 7:55am - #16344 
I say get the extended. This way you'll save yourself some trouble if you get a body kit in the future. If you don't it still looks good on a stock rear bumper.

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May 20, 8:04am - #16345 
thanks guys. i just wanted to be sure if i got the ext version it wouldn't stick out too much.


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May 20, 8:39am - #16346 
what prices are you getting for the TRD extended? do you have a gt or gts?? i think that's the exhaust i'm getting... extended though..

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May 20, 11:27am - #16347 
cheapest retail seems to be from www.trdracing.com for $475. there's always the occasional ebay item which i've seen sold as low as $200. it'll be a while until i get mine since i'm going to concentrate on upgrading my suspension (b&g coilovers, hotchkis rear camber links and front strut bar w/camber plates, TRD sway bars, hypermotive rear 3 piece stress bar and suspension techniques' bushings) and my transmission (MAYBE a TRD jdm lightweight flywheel, clutch set and lsd).


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