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BBBB Jun 11, 11:42pm - #197694 
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Which company make extended exhaust? (except TRD)

After know that my stock exhaust could potential melt my Wingwest body kit, I am wondering what company make extended exhaust aside from TRD?

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MptGlw69 Jun 11, 11:47pm - #197695 
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None that I know of. Just some more piping welded on to make it longer.
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Krayze Jun 12, 1:18am - #197696 

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they all fit under a body kit except TRD standard

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superderk Jun 12, 1:25am - #197697 

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what they said...and ur body kit wont melt...unless its Fiberglass. the ww kit is Urethane. the paint might deteriorate due to exhaust fumes if its not extended...but the shape wont change.

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Krayze Jun 12, 1:26am - #197698 

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ummm Urethane will melt before Fiberglass will.

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celicafourotwo Jun 12, 2:33am - #197699 

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so which is betta to get, Urethane or Fiberglass??

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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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CelicaRacer05 Jun 12, 3:38am - #197700 

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just go the mufler shop and get the exhuast extended
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Chaz Jun 12, 4:00am - #197701 
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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
so which is betta to get, Urethane or Fiberglass??


depends on who you ask Urethane is tougher though (for the most part)

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v3n0m Jun 12, 4:32am - #197702 

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All exhaust sytems are designed for a bodykit, that's why they stick out a little bit if you don't have a bodykit. An exhaust system wont melt your WW rear unless the tip is touching the lip. Most people here either have TRD, TSRM, or Greddy and they wont melt your skirt or make the paint fade.
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BBBB Jun 12, 4:40am - #197703 
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I only have the stock exhaust and worried that it will melt the kit...but I don't see it touching...it should be ok then??
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Stephen Jun 12, 9:28am - #197704 
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Originally Posted by BBBB
I only have the stock exhaust and worried that it will melt the kit...but I don't see it touching...it should be ok then??


I had the stock exhaust on my car (TRD Kit) for several months with no problems. That being said, the TRD kit had a plate bolted on above the exhaust to eliminate the possibility of that happening spineyes
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