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TRDOTC Oct 2, 11:14pm - #289897 

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Exhausts

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What are some of the best exhausts for performance and sound (legal too tongue ) and after a lot more research and saving up, are certain exhausts better for turbos and which ones?? links would help and i should get full cat-back right?? Thanks again for the info
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Blue_Bomber Oct 2, 11:27pm - #289898 
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TPR is the best axle back hands down. Dynoed on a GTS with an Intake vs TRD (previous best exhaust) with the same Intake, TPR gained an extra 7.5hp! eek Low end was better, too, so the car is actually drivable at low RPM now. grin TPR is also at least 20% lighter than TRD. thumbsup

TPR in blue, TRD in red:
1870262676-TPR TRD.jpg
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TRDOTC Oct 2, 11:30pm - #289899 

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sweet thanks man...any links... thumbsup wave
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Blue_Bomber Oct 2, 11:31pm - #289900 
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BTW, stick with axle back if you want it to be sound-legal. Cat backs tend to use limited sound reduction for freer flow, and most aren't street legal (like Kazuma). For turbos, a custom turbo back exhaust is your best bet, since you might want 3" piping, which is totally useless on an NA Celica, and no companies make 3" exhausts.
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Blue_Bomber Oct 2, 11:32pm - #289901 
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You can PM Easy_C on here if you want to pick up a TPR exhaust, or you can sign up in the official group buy here:

new[/b]celica[b].org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=144386
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VSGTS14 Oct 2, 11:36pm - #289902 

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i would say TPR, TRD, or Tanabe

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TRDOTC Oct 2, 11:45pm - #289903 

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sweet thanks guys cool
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TRDOTC Oct 3, 2:59am - #289904 

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is it for gt as well??
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TRDOTC Oct 3, 3:58am - #289905 

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nm lol answered my own question by the link rofl
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celicajonz Oct 3, 4:57am - #289906 
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...kazumaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!! thumbsup

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I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
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MptGlw69 Oct 3, 5:00am - #289907 
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Originally Posted by celicajonz

...kazumaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!! thumbsup


He said LEGAL, which the kazuma IS NOT.

Anyway, a couple of my favorite ones are the Apex'i N1 and Tanabe super racing medallion. TRD would probably be your best bet though. I just don't like it because it's too quiet for me.
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Zero Oct 3, 5:36am - #289908 

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Apexi N1, TPR, Tanabe cool

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CelicaRacer05 Oct 3, 7:25am - #289909 

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well this link has been very helpful for me... it even has sound bites and dyno maps...

http://turbomagazine.com/tech/0209tur_exhaust/
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Easy_C Oct 3, 1:25pm - #289910 
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yea its too bad the TPR wasnt out when turbo magazine did the show down frown

TPR Intake! - Injens high end with AEM's low end and NO BOGGING!
TPR EXHAUST! - Exhaust made 10.5 whp peak and 32 whp at 6300 on my car!!!
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ryizzle Oct 3, 5:42pm - #289911 
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if i were you id check out the tpr exhaust. the gains r ungodly if you have a gts and its not loud like the kazuma tasty

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cycocelica Oct 3, 5:44pm - #289912 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
i would say TPR, TRD, or Tanabe


+1
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Johnsgt Oct 3, 6:54pm - #289913 
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Originally Posted by cycocelica
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
i would say TPR, TRD, or Tanabe


+1


Werd, those are the best for N/A. None are gonna be good for f/i. Custom is best for f/i.
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Sancho Oct 3, 8:22pm - #289914 

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TSRM, TRD, Apexi N1, GReddy Evo, TPR!

Depends on what you're after. Power. Sound! mid car or low end power?

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celica2nv Oct 3, 9:20pm - #289915 

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tpr fit gt?
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Blue_Bomber Oct 3, 10:09pm - #289916 
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Yup. smile
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Blue_Bomber Oct 3, 10:12pm - #289917 
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BTW, here are some sound clips of the TPR exhaust:

http://easyc.home.comcast.net/TPRex_driveby160.mp3

http://easyc.home.comcast.net/TPRex_rev160.mp3 (low frequency reduced to prevent distortion)

http://easyc.home.comcast.net/TPRex_rev160b.mp3 (full frequency range, distorts towards end)

http://easyc.home.comcast.net/TPRex_idle160.mp3 (amplified to show tone)
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Workshop4Ever Oct 4, 3:43am - #289918 

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has anyone used the Greddy EVO 2 exhaust? i cant get anything on-line because my parents dont want me to buy an exhaust. I plan on going down to the local shop and paying cash...but he only said he carries Greddy and some other company i had never heard of that was real cheap. i dont wanna get a no-name brand rice exhasut...so i think im gonna go with Greddy

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veilside1 Oct 10, 8:47pm - #289919 
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where can i buy a tpr exhaust??
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Blue_Bomber Oct 10, 9:02pm - #289920 
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PMing Easy_C is the only way to get one. smile
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