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Turbo Exhaust #34823 Aug 10, 10:03am Aug 10, 10:03am
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I have the Tanabe Exhaust, can you run this with a t3\t4 turbo or do you need somthing different


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34824 Aug 10, 1:23pm Aug 10, 1:23pm
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Originally Posted by Jason Alexander
I have the Tanabe Exhaust, can you run this with a t3\t4 turbo or do you need somthing different
What does a turbo have to do with an exhaust?


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: RacerX225] #34825 Aug 10, 1:56pm Aug 10, 1:56pm
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Originally Posted by RacerX225
Originally Posted by Jason Alexander
I have the Tanabe Exhaust, can you run this with a t3\t4 turbo or do you need somthing different
What does a turbo have to do with an exhaust?


yep...nothing...
your exhaust will be fine.


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: VSGTS14] #34826 Aug 10, 2:57pm Aug 10, 2:57pm
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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34827 Aug 10, 2:59pm Aug 10, 2:59pm
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actually the turbo affect the exhaust a lot, if the tubing past the turbo is too small, you will not get full boost of the turbo, and it would cause the turbo to be too hot fron the backpressure of the heated exhaust


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: ssgsky] #34828 Aug 10, 3:00pm Aug 10, 3:00pm
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Originally Posted by ssgsky
actually the turbo affect the exhaust a lot, if the tubing past the turbo is too small, you will not get full boost of the turbo, and it would cause the turbo to be too hot fron the backpressure of the heated exhaust


yea that's why you don't use stock...
the turbo is spooled up from the exhaust isn't it?
doesn't it use the extra whatever or something?


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34829 Aug 10, 3:01pm Aug 10, 3:01pm
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Yeah, with turbo's you're suppose to have 3 inch piping, not 2.5, which is what most people have on non-turbo cars. rice

Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34830 Aug 10, 3:02pm Aug 10, 3:02pm
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yes, but think of it like this, would the fluid from a bottle come out faster if you cut the neck off, or if you just took the cap off


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34831 Aug 10, 4:42pm Aug 10, 4:42pm
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When you have a turbo, you no longer need backpresure (or very litte). So when you have a turbo, the most open free flowing exhaust is the best. (Hence the 2.5"->3" post)

I once ran my old car (w/ a T3) with no exhaust (downpipe thats it) and it flew, I later threw on a pipe with a muffler and it didnt hit quite as hard.

I would think that if you are going T3/T4 I would highly consider doing a custom exhaust.

But then again I dont have air care here smile

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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34832 Aug 10, 6:22pm Aug 10, 6:22pm
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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34833 Aug 10, 6:28pm Aug 10, 6:28pm
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as long as the diameter of the exhaust exiting the turbo is maintained through the entire exhaust, then you will have a good system for a turbo


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: ssgsky] #34834 Aug 12, 10:04am Aug 12, 10:04am
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thats why i was asking about the tanabe exhaust, i am installing it in about 3 weeks and want to get everything ready so i dont have to be without my car forever


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Re: Turbo Exhaust [Re: Jason Alexander] #34835 Aug 12, 3:22pm Aug 12, 3:22pm
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turbos needs 3 inch piping


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