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DJ_NorthStar
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DJ_NorthStar Jan 13, 7:16am - #81447 
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yet another TRD exhaust question by me =P

yeh, I know...I ask a million TRD questions...just trying to help a friend out. Anyways, if he was to cut a GTS system to fit a GT...what do you guys think would happen? Any engine problems or something to that extent?
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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Jan 13, 7:46am - #81448 

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i don't see any problems. It may just not be as effective is all cause of a loss of pressure.
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Death
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Death Jan 13, 1:53pm - #81449 

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pressure is good for low end. lower backpressure is good for high end.

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 13, 3:00pm - #81450 

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Originally Posted by Death
pressure is good for low end. lower backpressure is good for high end.


so your initial torque will probably be decreased, correct? if so, by how much do you think? (you said you had a friend who did this in another thread)

is it a noticeable difference when accelerating?
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