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Jae
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Jae May 3, 2:15am - #170209 

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Apexi exhaust

what's the difference between apexi n1 and apexi gt, and apexi ws exhaust?
i know they all look different, but what's the difference?
or should i say which is the best?
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Caleb
Speed4TheNeed May 3, 11:32am - #170210 

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here's a short rundown:

1. apexi ws (world sport)
-made for daily driving
-focuses on mid-range torque
-cat-back style
-for gts (not gt) celicas

2. apexi n-1
-race oriented
-focuses on quick throttle response
-projects at an angle for smoother bends (less friction)
-2 types for Turboed and non-turboed cars
-for gts (not gt) celicas

3. apexi gt
-race oriented
-can handle extreme horsepower (95mm piping eek)
-projects at an angle for smoother bends (less friction)
-only for mr-2 and supra (no celica applications)

information taken from intensepower.com and autosportz.com where manufacturer's descriptions were summarized from thumbsup
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Jae
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Jae May 3, 11:36am - #170211 

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so i guess n1 is best for celica
what about the sound? difference?
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Reven Jul 3, 8:30pm - #449434 
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I don't know what the gt sounds like on a celica but I believe that the N1 sounds the best. With the WS you can't really tell there is an exhaust on the car but it does have a low sound to it.


Any one know which has more low to mid torque? The WS2 or the N1 evo?
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