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cutterman7
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cutterman7 Mar 25, 2:06am - #425090 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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obx/maxspeed mufflers

anyone out there have these mufflers or something close? i would like to see pic's, and hear what you think pertaining these types of mufflers over some of the more expensive ones! should i go with these?
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Gen7fan
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Gen7fan Mar 25, 11:22pm - #425091 
2003 silver streak Toyota Celica GT
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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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If you want to save a few dollars AC Autotechnic mufflers are a better buy. Low weight, low price, clean welds, and even come in carbon fiber. A custom dual set up of ACA mufflers was featured on yellow celica in an issue of import tuner awhile back.


Autodynamic.com has them for sale at great prices.
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MptGlw69
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MptGlw69 Mar 25, 11:27pm - #425092 
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2001 Acura Integra

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Really, you get what you pay for. An OBX/Maxspeed muffler most likely won't last as long as a name brand one and won't sound as nice. I got an Apex'i N1 muffler and couldn't be happier with it. thumbsup
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WhiteCeli
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WhiteCeli Mar 26, 5:26am - #425093 
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i had 4 obx exhaust on my civic before. Must say it sounds a little cleaner than a n1 but can't be the all out ferocity that the n1 sound has thumbsup
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