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Sep 30, 5:28pm - #49668 
RMM Ehaust

MVPMotorsports.com claims that the RMM Exhaust gives 15 horses. Is there anyone who has one, or knows if this is true. If it is I definetely want it.


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Sep 30, 5:29pm - #49669 
try it out thumbsup


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Sep 30, 5:47pm - #49670 
Yeah I probably will but I want some ones opinion first


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Sep 30, 5:54pm - #49671 
from what i have heard, it is quite quiet. i think that the 15hp gain claim is a combo of the RMM Intake and their exhaust. i think that it would be worth a try. RMM makes good products. thumbsup

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Sep 30, 7:02pm - #49672 
yeah but the rmm Intake is a Short Ram...wouldnt Injen be just as good or better??


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Sep 30, 7:03pm - #49673 
Are there any other exhaust that put out that much power? I would rather have the power than have the sound and looks..Any suggestions?


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Sep 30, 7:15pm - #49674 
Originally Posted by celicatalbot
Are there any other exhaust that put out that much power? I would rather have the power than have the sound and looks..Any suggestions?


the kazuma has claimed 20hp gains. loud as hell though. but you said that you dont care about looks or sound... oh yeah, its not exactly legal, so you are gonna have to be careful about not redlining and making noise if there is any chance that the po-pos could be around. happywink

its your best bet if you want a lot of power (as long as you can control your revving) thumbsup

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Sep 30, 7:20pm - #49675 
well I have an automatic tranny...Would that solve the problem?


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Sep 30, 7:27pm - #49676 
yup. but its still gonna be loud. really really really really really loud. also, it is not a bolt on exhaust, meaning that you have to have a muffler shop weld it on and probably add a resonator to make is a bit quieter. there are some clips of how it sounds on the link. just turn your speakers up all the way (to try and reproduce how loud it is) and cliky clicky. happywink

http://www.angelfire.com/sd/jayad/Exhaust.html

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Sep 30, 7:41pm - #49677 
damn that it loud, but they mike a silencer for it... If i had that, would it lower my hp gain??


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Sep 30, 7:47pm - #49678 
Hey do you know where I could get this exhaust from?


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Sep 30, 8:00pm - #49679 
Originally Posted by celicatalbot
damn that it loud, but they mike a silencer for it... If i had that, would it lower my hp gain??


not too much i dont think. i think that most people just get the resonator and they are satisfied. west covina toyota sells it. its $350...

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Sep 30, 8:14pm - #49680 
What exactly does a resonator do? Where does it fit on the exhaust?


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Sep 30, 8:20pm - #49681 
Originally Posted by celicatalbot
What exactly does a resonator do? Where does it fit on the exhaust?


a resonator is a small muffler. it will lower the volume of the exhaust and make it more humane. it is just welded in somewhere between the cat and the tip. i think that they usually go right after the cat. something else that you might want to look into is having flanges welded onto the end of the resonator. this will allow you to take the exhaust off at will (ie: you were going on a road trip for 8 hours and you didnt want to listen to it the whole time or you have your car smogged). its well worth it to get them added on. smile

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Sep 30, 8:28pm - #49682 
If i were to get those flanges, And i wanted to take if off for a road trip, I would have to put my stock exhaust system right? Or would I just drive without an exhaust


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Sep 30, 8:29pm - #49683 
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the resonator is the small silver thing on the bottom of the pipe. BTW install and an aftermarket resonator will probably cost about $120.

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Oct 1, 1:27pm - #49684 
the RMM had like 5 something hp gained to the wheels.


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Oct 1, 4:20pm - #49685 
i have the RMM exhaust and i believe it is a 15hp gain with the Intake installed also

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Oct 1, 4:25pm - #49686 
Originally Posted by tomsgts
i have the RMM exhaust and i believe it is a 15hp gain with the intake installed also


to the engine..

the exhaust had a peak hp gain of 5.4 to the wheels.


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Oct 1, 9:08pm - #49687 
Originally Posted by silver
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damn that it loud, but they mike a silencer for it... If i had that, would it lower my hp gain??


not too much i dont think. i think that most people just get the resonator and they are satisfied. west covina toyota sells it. its $350...

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they make kazuma for gt?? i thought it was only for gts?

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Oct 1, 9:59pm - #49688 
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Originally Posted by celicatalbot
damn that it loud, but they mike a silencer for it... If i had that, would it lower my hp gain??


not too much i dont think. i think that most people just get the resonator and they are satisfied. west covina toyota sells it. its $350...

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they make kazuma for gt?? i thought it was only for gts?


on the wc toyota page the kazuma is listed for the gt and the gts. both links go to the same page, so i think that the exhausts are the same on both cars.

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