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ehousht #64790 Dec 4, 5:51pm Dec 4, 5:51pm
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i got an obx exust and my car feels slower

Re: ehousht [Re: gts22] #64791 Dec 4, 5:53pm Dec 4, 5:53pm
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Originally Posted by gts22
i got an obx exust and my car feels slower


do you have an auto? i hear the best 50 state leagal exhaust for celis are TRD...dunno what gains you get from obx though. confused


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: ehousht [Re: gts22] #64792 Dec 4, 6:29pm Dec 4, 6:29pm
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no 6spd

Re: ehousht [Re: gts22] #64793 Dec 4, 7:23pm Dec 4, 7:23pm
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best gains are TRD and tanabe


a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed
Re: ehousht [Re: gts22] #64794 Dec 5, 9:28am Dec 5, 9:28am
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Originally Posted by gts22
no 6spd


that is very strange since the gts responds so well with Intake and exhaust. they dyno with a 10hp increase to the wheels with just i/e...granted if it's an Injen CAI and TRD exhaust. hmmmmm. maybe you need an Intake? idunno

very starnge how you don't even feel any gain...even at lift? confused


Originally posted by SKOOF:
yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: ehousht [Re: ct] #64795 Dec 5, 9:54am Dec 5, 9:54am
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usually you have to break it in...
if its just been installed it will take awhile to break in...you'll be able to tell a difference after it has thumbsup , and also get a CAI..like ct said.


rip celi...
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Re: ehousht [Re: gts22] #64796 Dec 5, 1:51pm Dec 5, 1:51pm
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you dont need to break in an exhaust to get it to perform. all of the exhausts done by the turbo magazine shoot out were brand new.

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