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Maka Sep 26, 3:43pm - #284818 

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Does anyone know of anywhere that I can get an apexi n1 at a very good price? grin

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oas Sep 26, 4:33pm - #284819 
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it gives 1 hp i think grin
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SeeULater Sep 26, 6:51pm - #284821 
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Really that is what I put on. But I also have headders with it too. I thought that I could tell a difference. The system is really quiet though.
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Zero Sep 26, 7:01pm - #284822 

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Here are the stats:
Apexi N1
Weight-23.5 pounds
Tip Diameter-90 mm
Sound Decibel at Idle-77 dB
Sound Decibel at 3000 rpm-88dB
Peak Horsepower 164.0 hp
Peak Torque 120.8 lb-ft

http://www.procarparts.com/store-list2.a...at=6&sub=64 this is just one website, search around and compare the prices. also tell us where you are choosing to buy it from, just to make sure that people who bought from them can give you a review about them.

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Maka Sep 26, 7:35pm - #284823 

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Originally Posted by SeeULater
Really that is what I put on. But I also have headders with it too. I thought that I could tell a difference. The system is really quiet though.

So I take it apexi n1 doesnt really give gains at all? cry

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Zero Sep 26, 7:38pm - #284824 

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dude, just go to the review section, under engine, select exhaust and do some research. the apexi n1 gives a good amount of gains.

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Maka Sep 26, 7:49pm - #284825 

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Originally Posted by Zero
dude, just go to the review section, under engine, select exhaust and do some research. the apexi n1 gives a good amount of gains.

I did that but after hearing what was said on this post, duuno. confused confused confused

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Maka Sep 26, 7:53pm - #284826 

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by the way zero, isee you have one, how do you like it, is it a deep sound? Any noticable gains?

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SeeULater Sep 26, 7:57pm - #284827 
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I dont really like mine. It is really quiet even with headders. It is like a sleeper exhaust because it is quiet but I did notice gains
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Zero Sep 26, 7:57pm - #284828 

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the sound is great. not too loud/not too soft. its has a throaty sounds in the low rpms and sounds even deeper when in the mid rpms.

compared to stock, there was a difference in Performance. the car sped up faster than before. and i noticed on the tachometer, the mph went up faster too. thumbsup

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Zero Sep 26, 7:59pm - #284829 

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use this link to help you find other Apexi-N1 owners. pm them and ask how they feel about their exhaust thumbsup

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/searchmembers.php

just type in apexi-n1 in the "engine section"

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Zero Sep 26, 8:00pm - #284830 

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better yet, i narrowed down the search for you

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...ge=1&%23GO=

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SeeULater Sep 26, 8:03pm - #284831 
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Agree thumbsup
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MptGlw69 Sep 26, 8:36pm - #284832 
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Zero Sep 26, 8:37pm - #284833 

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procarparts has it for $449.82 thumbsup

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Reven Jun 30, 4:25pm - #449430 
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I hear the apexi N1 gen 2 gives the same gains as the TRD sport (not kazuma)but better low to mid range.
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