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gtscelica05 Jul 31, 9:10am - #237282 
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good price?

I was lookin at suprastore.com for an Greddy evo2 exhaust, and the total price came out to be $491 shipped. Is that a good price for the exhaust?

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thats the cheapest ive seen it
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QTRMLR_1 Jul 31, 3:05pm - #237284 

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I wouldn't pay more than $200 for a good exhaust. Get a magnaflow muffler welded on custom mandrel piping. Keep the resonator if you want...I just took mine out while I was at it.

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Jae Jul 31, 3:30pm - #237285 

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that's good considering the shipping cost grip
i got my apexi n1 for 420 shipped. shipping on those exhaust usually cost around 50-100 bucks
its a big ass box, like 5x2 ft box
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shawnstam Jul 31, 8:57pm - #237286 
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QTRMLR_1 Jul 31, 11:14pm - #237287 

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^^ oh yeah...talking to me??? And what would you be getting? Tell me...

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SmutasticGT Jul 31, 11:33pm - #237288 

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^^^ so how does that work QTRMLR_1 im very curious in doing the same thing...that is giving a muffler shop like lets say a tanabe muffler do they just custom bend piping and sorta fabricate a custom exhaust? you can also keep the resonator?
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Larry_GTS Jul 31, 11:36pm - #237289 
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i'm still looking to get an " S" pipe for my Tanabe.
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QTRMLR_1 Aug 1, 12:03am - #237290 

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Originally Posted by SmutasticGT
^^^ so how does that work QTRMLR_1 im very curious in doing the same thing...that is giving a muffler shop like lets say a tanabe muffler do they just custom bend piping and sorta fabricate a custom exhaust? you can also keep the resonator?


Make sure the shop does mandrel bends (smooth bends of consistent diameter) and no ghetto crush bends. It shouln't cost more...it's just about them having the best equipment. You can have a very straight custom pipe with a Tanabe on the end, no problem. If cops are relaxed in your area, take the resonator out as well, as you can probably get by with a silencer on your Tanabe. Another option is using an Exhaust Control Valve from www.Arospeed.com . Sure it's not sound certified, but the setup I have is so quiet and straight through, cops don't even bother me when I pass by them. And even if they did I know I would pass a test at a referee's station.

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SmutasticGT Aug 1, 5:16am - #237291 

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^^^thanx buddy

So you just used a silencer or Exhuast Control Valve to make it quiet because i dont want anything too loud

and yah sorry for all these questions... grin
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