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seanm1211
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seanm1211 Feb 17, 3:55am - #402135 
2000 White Toyota Celica GT
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exhaust on a auto GT?

i am thinking about getting an Invidia exhaust for my automatic GT. Will this give me any HP gains and will I even be able to here it at all.
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SLVCELI
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SLVCELI Feb 17, 3:58am - #402136 
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Not sure about the invidia but the TRD exhaust provides the best gains especially at lower rpms, which the auto needs and sounds very nice. Dont mind me if you are wanting the invidia.

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v3n0m
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v3n0m Feb 17, 4:00am - #402137 

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You'll hear it and you'll definetely pick up some HP.
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Blue Ice
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Blue Ice Feb 17, 4:03am - #402138 
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I have an auto GT, I have a TSRM, and you can definitely hear it, been a while since I been on the forums, but the TRD seems like a big favorite, however thats all up to you,
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runforcover01
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runforcover01 Feb 17, 4:57am - #402139 
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i have a GReddy, good little boost in power, but doesnt sound as good as i thougt it would. So im gonna go with Injen, the best in my opinion
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redbullktm Feb 20, 3:15am - #402140 
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Ive got ractive on mine and its beautiful sounding. really deep and throaty.

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Babyboi419
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Babyboi419 Feb 20, 3:52am - #402141 

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ive been wanting to get the invidia exhaust for so long..i love how it angle and the burn tip...plus it comes with a silencer since its loud..i love it .planning to get my invidia in 2months
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Reven
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Reven Apr 15, 11:21am - #450573 
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I have a thermal research on mine right now. I love it! Deeper than my friend's Invidia but also quieter, slight rumble, it's perfect for me since it's a daily. I noticed I can climb hills easier as well.
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Celipra Dec 21, 5:50am - #450883 

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I'm new to this website, not new to celi's. If you want the best up gains, and even slight mpg gains and a good sound, you could spend hundreds to thousands of dollars on Ted, teddy, Norma, etc. Or you could make your own. It can be a pain, but if you have access to a small pipe bender or buy one cheap, a cutting torch or wheel, a welder and a few beers, it's not difficult to make your own. It's completely custom, much cheaper, I find it fun, it'll teach you a few things, and there is no feeling greater than building your own custom parts instead of buying one and slapping it on. If you just want that mean borla set up, make a replica. Can't go wrong. Good luck man.
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Celipra
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Celipra Dec 21, 5:52am - #450884 

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Auto correct lol * borla, geddy
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