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Maka Nov 11, 8:12pm - #323892 

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apexi n1

Does anyone know if the apexi n1 for a gts would work for a gt. Fitmant , performance, etc... Is there even a difference? confused confused confused

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Zero Nov 11, 11:25pm - #323893 

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yes it will fit a GT.

im not too keen about performance.

but for the price of the Apexi-N1 (if i were you)i'd get a TPR exhaust. thumbsup

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Maka Nov 12, 12:04am - #323894 

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Originally Posted by Zero
yes it will fit a GT.

im not too keen about performance.

but for the price of the Apexi-N1 (if i were you)i'd get a TPR exhaust. thumbsup

I know I should get the tpr, but I dont know what it sounds like.I love the sound of the apexi n1. Jae is selling his for $320+shipping and sho is selling his for $360. I wish someone had a sound clip of the tpr thumbsup thumbsup

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Blue_Bomber Nov 12, 1:23am - #323895 
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TPR sounds very much like TRD, but a bit deeper and smoother. Not very loud, but louder than Apexi. There have been sound clips posted multiple times, so just search for [/b]+TPR +exhaust +clip[b] and the threads should come up.
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Maka Nov 12, 6:33pm - #323896 

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thx blue bomber thumbsup

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devilinacelica Nov 12, 7:37pm - #323897 
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im selling my univeral apexi with custom piping for $180 in the forsale forum...

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adrian Nov 12, 8:51pm - #323898 

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why do so many people sell there apexi n1 exhaust?? What is it about that exhaust that most people decide to sell or trade for something else wtf just wondering!!
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Blue_Bomber Nov 12, 8:56pm - #323899 
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Probably too quiet for their tastes, or they're looking for more power.
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SmutasticGT Nov 13, 1:32am - #323900 

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where is a website for a TPR exhaust and Intake? I did a search and came up with nothing...
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Blue_Bomber Nov 13, 1:59am - #323901 
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No website yet. I believe Easy_C is waiting for the store to be complete so the site and store can go up at the same time (I submitted the finalized site to him almost a month ago rolleyes ). The address will be http://www.tuningprecisionracing.com
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RookieGTS Nov 13, 2:35am - #323902 

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after hearing how TPR sounds ooh man, I think im in love laughsilly
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Zero Nov 15, 11:38am - #323903 

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tpr and the TRD exhaust are louder than the apexi-n1? confused

"TPR sounds very much like TRD, but a bit deeper and smoother. Not very loud, but louder than Apexi." (Blue_Bomber)

i didnt know that.

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