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WarHawkGTS
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WarHawkGTS Aug 31, 10:12pm - #41095 
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What exhaust would be best with the XS Turbo?

What would be the best exhaust (dual preferred) that would give me the best gains with and without the XS engeneering turbo for the GTS. Thanks in advance.

I need money for my celica.
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ssgsky
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ssgsky Aug 31, 10:56pm - #41096 

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huh. with a turbo just get the one that has the least backpressure, like a greddy

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spaztikid Aug 31, 11:25pm - #41097 
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if you have a turbo its best to go witha custome single exhaust with 3 inch piping and a universal turbo muffler.
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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Aug 31, 11:49pm - #41098 

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you don't need dual exhaust...

a TSRM would go great with or without a turbo.

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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Sep 1, 4:31am - #41099 

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in inline engines, dual exhausts are not needed. just make sure that you have wide pipes (ditto on 3") and not a lot of backpressure.

almost any aftermarket performance exhaust will work fine with a turbo.
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