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manayan May 8, 7:55pm - #174506 
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question about exhuast

what is the best exhuast thats street legal?

i know that the TRD kazuma(is that it) well sound something like that, any waay if i where to buy this is it possible to put on the stock exhuast after useing it on the track


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v3n0m May 8, 8:20pm - #174507 

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you just have to have a flange made where it connects to the cat so you can bolt it on & off instead of getting it welded on.
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NorwayGT May 8, 8:32pm - #174508 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
you just have to have a flange made where it connects to the cat so you can bolt it on & off instead of getting it welded on.

werd...ive got kazuma, but im thinkin of making it so i can bolt my stock exhaust on by having that flange made

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manayan May 8, 8:55pm - #174509 
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the kazuma is not bolt on from the cat?
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NorwayGT May 8, 8:57pm - #174510 

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Originally Posted by manayan
the kazuma is not bolt on from the cat?

nope, it has to be welded on about 6 inches after the cat

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manayan May 8, 9:01pm - #174511 
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norway where did you order the kazuma

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ya really ^^^^^ confused

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
you just have to have a flange made where it connects to the cat so you can bolt it on & off instead of getting it welded on.
You would need an extension from the stock exhaust (axle back) to this flange you would install at the catback. There is no real practical way to put the kazuma on unless you wanna deal with changing the exhaust everytime.
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v3n0m May 9, 5:05am - #174514 

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^ another option is to remove the small resonator that comes with the Kazuma & install a more restrictive resonator so that it will keep the decibels down. you would have to have four flanges made, two for the kazuma's resonator & two for the new resonator, and this way, instead of having to change the entire exhaust system, you would only need to change the resonators.
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manayan May 9, 9:25pm - #174515 
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thats a lot of work for me

anyways if i where to get a catback exhuast which one will it be.N1,tanabe,ect. and what styel
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cycocelica May 9, 11:12pm - #174516 

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kazuma is the only catback exhaust there is. the ones you listed N1,tanbe,TRD are all axle back.
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