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Old 05-26-2011, 06:17 AM
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Hi guys - I'm going to be in the market for a new exhaust system. I've searched a lot, and fell in love with the RSR exmag exhaust, but it looks like I'm a few years too late! Currently I have a h22a (euro R) swap completely stock and I'm looking to bring out some performance gains, however I don't want it to be any louder. I loved the look and sound of the RSR. Any suggestions for a comparable exhaust that still looks and sounds close to stock?? Thanks...
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Re: Time for a new exhaust...

apexi WS2 is very comparable to the exmag. that's what i was rockin for awhile, and it was prolly the same loudness as stock, but it simply sounded SPORTY and aggressive. those are the only adjectives i can think of to describe the sound. "loud" would never ever be one tho
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honestly, youre never going to have quiet, or stock sounding with a performance exhaust. if you want good gains in power, get a good header and 3" piping, a baffled muffler and a resonator
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honestly, youre never going to have quiet, or stock sounding with a performance exhaust. if you want good gains in power, get a good header and 3" piping, a baffled muffler and a resonator
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honestly, youre never going to have quiet, or stock sounding with a performance exhaust. if you want good gains in power, get a good header and 3" piping, a baffled muffler and a resonator
This man knows what he's talking about. The best, IMHO, are flowmaster, magnaflow, and most of all, mugen. If you can find a genuine Mugen twin loop...they're awesome.
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