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GraSSRooTs Jan 19, 6:24pm - #86281 

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Exhaust Help - Anyone hear anything about this?

I was browsing around PlanetPerformance.com today and I just found this exhaust system. Look at the numbers, 10-15 HP/ 20 ft lbs Torque
The exhaust is here: http://www.planetperformance.com/products/?productID=593234
Can someone tell me if this exhaust is anything worth looking at or should I go with one of the more top quality exhausts?


Also... Is this the DC Sports Header that is supposed to be released for our GTS? Link here:
http://www.planetperformance.com/product...ca&sf4=1.8L

Everyones input would be great thumbsup



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nebraskaGTS Jan 19, 10:50pm - #86282 

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never heard anything about the jardine exhaust...i think my friend has jardine headers on his camaro, and he races quite a bit with it. that's a pretty good price for an exhaust system, i know i see quite a few knock off brands at really cheap prices that claim to boost HP by about the same, but i assume these are crap. i'm always a little hesitant to believe things like this on the internet, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. but i don't think this sounds too outrageous, says it has a lifetime warranty, so why not give it a try and tell the rest of us how it works. happywink
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Steven Jan 19, 11:01pm - #86283 
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the DC header is in development and supposedly will start resale soon.

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GraSSRooTs Jan 20, 12:06am - #86284 

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Hmmm not sure if I should chance it with that Jardine cat-back. I havent heard anything about them until I saw them at PlanetPerformance today. I'm thinking TRD or TSRM cat-back. I have the Injen CAI, which cat-back would work better with the Injen RD CAI? any suggestions?

Also other cat-back suggestions are welcome, I'm thinking one of those though, can't decide on which will work best for me.

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hybridcelica Jan 20, 12:28am - #86285 
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dont waste your time,and money.(aluminized mild steel? i'll bet the stock muffler would put down better numbers)and the gts they are refering to for the headers cant be 2000 up.the header looks like the 90 to 99 celica header.

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GraSSRooTs Jan 20, 12:44am - #86286 

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Alright ya those numbers at that price are too good to be true. Now I just gotta pick my cat-back.

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slidr Jan 20, 1:01am - #86287 

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Looks like crap and will most likely rust.

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spaztikid Jan 20, 1:02am - #86288 
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Originally Posted by GraSSRooTs
Alright ya those numbers at that price are too good to be true. Now I just gotta pick my cat-back.


get TSRMor TRD.
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GraSSRooTs Jan 20, 1:06am - #86289 

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Thanks guys, everyone says TRD or TSRM, will there be any or much of a performance diffrence?

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GTStick Jan 20, 2:42am - #86290 

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Theres not gonna be much of a performance difference. They differ by like .1 hp (From the turbo magazine dyno). Your not gonna notice the .1 hp anways, so pretty much its a decision on looks/sound. The TSRM has a louder sound, while the TRD is quieter but still deep. Lookswise, the tsrm is a big can white TRD is smaller
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GraSSRooTs Jan 20, 3:01am - #86291 

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Alright I'm moving on the TSRM. If anyone has had any regrets on this exhaust, post it here.

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GTStick Jan 21, 12:49am - #86292 

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Go for it man! Im lovin this exhaust and have just had it on for like an hour. great sound good gains easy install.
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blackcel Jan 21, 7:21am - #86293 

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Jardine makes exhaust for motorcycles. I never knew they made it for automobiles. It is nice exhaust for the bikes though. FYI.

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clockwork Jan 27, 5:15pm - #86294 

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tsrm+CAI= bad ass sound/nice gains thumbsup

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