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TRD/custom #59423 Nov 10, 1:38pm Nov 10, 1:38pm
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TRD/custom
ok what do you guys think would have the better performance a TRD exhaust or a custom exhaust and how much would the differance be. also if i got a TRD what do you think would happend if i cut off the tip and put on a canister do you thinkthat it would hurt that performance or no because i want a reallllllly deep sound ok thanks to all that can help thumbsup

Re: TRD/custom [Re: ted18852103] #59424 Nov 10, 2:20pm Nov 10, 2:20pm
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If you want deep, go with tanabe. As for TRD or going custom, go with TRD. They spent a lot of money researching and testing their design smile can't go wrong w/that grin

Re: TRD/custom [Re: ted18852103] #59425 Nov 10, 2:22pm Nov 10, 2:22pm
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I can get ya a sound clip later on tonite from my car.

Re: TRD/custom [Re: ted18852103] #59426 Nov 10, 2:25pm Nov 10, 2:25pm
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get a tanabe. gains are virtually the same as TRD but it has a bitchin sound thumbsup


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Re: TRD/custom [Re: ted18852103] #59427 Nov 11, 10:10am Nov 11, 10:10am
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I went balls to the walls and got the kazuma..haha...But now i went with custom..if you are going to go custom my opinion would be bomz racing mufflers.they have an amazingly deep tone and i love it

Re: TRD/custom [Re: ted18852103] #59428 Nov 15, 7:49am Nov 15, 7:49am
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IF PRICE ISNT AN ISSUE,THEN GO TRD! LESS HASSLE.IF YOU WANT PERFORMANCE FOR THE MONEY.2 1/2 PIPING(MANDREL BENT)FROM FACTORY RESONATOR STRAIGHT BACK TO A 2 1/2 INLET STRAIGHT THROUGH MUFFLER. YOU CAN GO A STEP FURTHER AND REPLACE STOCK RESONATOR WITH HI FLO.RESONATOR THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE AT SUMMIT RACING.


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