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Felix0697
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May 15, 4:58pm - #451646 
Apexi N1 exhaust

I just replaced the Apexi N1 exhaust for my 2000 gt but i think it is too quiet, any suggestions to make it louder?

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May 16, 12:48am - #451647 
Unbolt and remove it.
Or custom re-pipe everything directly from the header, all the way back to your new exhaust, removing the muffler.
Or open your brand new muffler and remove the resonator. Then wield it back up again.

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