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eNinja
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eNinja Feb 5, 6:20am - #5164 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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exhaust help

ok ive had no luck from anyone selling me their stock downpipe so im thinking about going aftermarket. how would a amss downpipe with my TRD muffler sound? good? ricey? please speak from self experiences. i ran a straight pipe to my TRD muffler at first and it sounded hella ricey. thats why i put it back on. and my o2 sensors were installed incorectley. anywho, im thinking about buying an aftermarket dp so i can fix my o2 sensor problems by buying 2 new ones and screwing em into the after market one. only thing is, i dont want it to sound ricey. another thing, i heard i might have to buy the amss header along with the dp for it to sound good. any thoughts? PLEASE help.
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Feb 6, 5:41pm - #5165 
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amss is no good for performance, you may even lose power. I don't know about sound though.
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eNinja
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eNinja Feb 7, 3:41am - #5166 

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thats what ive been hearing frown update on my exhaust: i went back to the shop that messed it up. i told them the sensors are 130 dollars each (actually the back one is 140) and i dont have that money to buy new ones. im going tomorrow morning to talk to that guy some more. heres my plan: they buy me 2 new ones and install them for me.. free. if not.. i bring a lawsuit. heres my defense: i originally went to get my resonator removed, not the cat and resonator. they did both. (its illegal to take off cat) and my second defense is that they weilded on the o2 sensors and its their responsibility to fix it. this is fun smile any thoughts on the subject guys?
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