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Feb 22, 7:40pm - #407174 
which setup would gain more

ok..i was thinking about the tsrm and TRD exhuast...which setup would gain more hp... 1)taking out the resonator and welding a pipe in the place for it and bolting up the exhaust... or 2)if its possible take out the canister of either exhaust, weld up a special piping, leave the muffler and bolt it up.. or 3)take the resonator and canister out and bolt it up...

1)header----cat---------------canister----muffler

2)header----cat-----resonator-------------muffler

3)header----cat---------------------------muffler

and which one would the least loudest and the most loudest

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Feb 22, 7:46pm - #407175 
I think 3 would be loudest.

I think 2 & 3 would be a toss up for quietest, depending on the contents, size, etc. of the canister.


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Feb 22, 11:39pm - #407176 
3 would be the loudest...thats what I had on my GT before i traded it for my...GTS grin


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Feb 23, 12:05am - #407177 
why wouldnt you get the tpr exhaust???

there's no reason not to go with option # 2


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Feb 23, 3:00am - #407178 
i have #2 right now but was thinking about buying an exhaust system like TRD or tsrm that has that canister between the resonator and muffler... like for example the TRD has that canister... is there a way where you can take that canister out and weld a piping there but still have that bent look like -u- cause i haven't seen a exhaust beside being the closest kazuma being less of a bent shape ... would that gain more besides being louder if the TRD or tsrm didn't have that canister there? is that possible?

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Feb 23, 1:19pm - #407179 
TRD is an axle back and should be left alone.


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Feb 24, 12:38am - #407180 
so what if you take out the canister of the trsm... would that make the performance less or ... i'm lost about the TRD being a axle back.. so what if it an axle back...what wrong with taking out the canister before the tip of the exhaust... or would that be the same thing as doing a custom piping with mandrel bent... oh and another question... what the sole purpose of the resonator? does that increase of the power of exhaust like trsm if taken out or is it gonna just make the exhaust sound louder and nicer.

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Feb 24, 1:18am - #407181 
Originally Posted by CRBN BLU
I think 3 would be loudest.

I think 2 & 3 would be a toss up for quietest, depending on the contents, size, etc. of the canister.


sorry to point you out, but if you said that 3 would the the loudest, then why would you say that 2 and 3 is a tossup for quieter, typo huh???


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Feb 24, 6:01am - #407182 
Originally Posted by BAC
so what if you take out the canister of the trsm... would that make the performance less or ... i'm lost about the trd being a axle back.. so what if it an axle back...what wrong with taking out the canister before the tip of the exhaust... or would that be the same thing as doing a custom piping with mandrel bent... oh and another question... what the sole purpose of the resonator? does that increase of the power of exhaust like trsm if taken out or is it gonna just make the exhaust sound louder and nicer.


almost all exhausts for the celicas are axle-backs..even if they say cat-backs. the only true cat-back for the celica that retails is the TRD kazuma racing exhaust..all the other ones connect from the flange about where the rear axle is.

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