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GTSbyTRD
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Jun 10, 10:31pm - #197153 
How loud is the TRD exhaust?

On a scale of 1-10 how much louder is the TRD exhaust over the stock exhaust? And can people besides you tell that you have a different exhaust on?

I want something that sounds sweet, yet still has decent gains.


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Jun 10, 10:31pm - #197154 
its not loud at all, little louder then stock...if you want loud and good gains get the TSRM...

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Jun 10, 10:59pm - #197155 
TRD has the best gains and the best looking.

it has a nice sound. not loud, but it is noticable.

it sounds so nice around 3500 RPM.

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Jun 11, 9:52am - #197156 
^ yup @ 3500 sounds best, also once you step on it the person next to you will know for shure ur exhaust isnt stock, also looks sooo nice thumbsup

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Jun 11, 10:15am - #197157 
there have been many threads concerning this exhaust lately... bottom line, it is noticeably louder than stock and the Performance gains are second-to-none

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Jun 11, 10:18pm - #197158 
As long as its noticable, I'll get it. thumbsup


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Jun 12, 2:18am - #197159 
Go with the TSRM instead thumbsup

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Jun 12, 2:21am - #197160 
Originally Posted by GTSbyTRD
As long as its noticable, I'll get it. thumbsup


If you want noticeable you'd prob be better off with the TSRM. From inside the car (with the TRD) you're aren't going to notice a huge difference at all. Outside the TRD sounds soooooooo sexy though...just perfect. But whatev, both are good

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Jun 12, 3:22am - #197161 
What exhaust has decent gains, with as little sound as possible?? I want a sleeper!


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Jun 12, 4:12am - #197162 
It's actually louder than you think. I had my wife take my car for a spin and to kinda honk on it when she left. I was like damn it's actually kinda loud.

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Jun 12, 11:29pm - #197163 
^^The TRD?


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Jun 12, 11:51pm - #197164 
Originally Posted by Sultan
there have been many threads concerning this exhaust lately... bottom line, it is noticeably louder than stock and the Performance gains are second-to-none

its second to the TRD kazuma tongue


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Jun 13, 12:54am - #197165 
Originally Posted by Stephen
Originally Posted by GTSbyTRD
As long as its noticable, I'll get it. thumbsup


If you want noticeable you'd prob be better off with the TSRM. From inside the car (with the TRD) you're aren't going to notice a huge difference at all. Outside the TRD sounds soooooooo sexy though...just perfect. But whatev, both are good


My TRD is prety loud on the inside thumbsup

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