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Old 07-05-2008, 01:05 PM
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exhaust question

I need a new exhaust and I don't know what I should get. As of right now I have stock Cat. (not for too much longer though) and stock headers. I plan on going turbo within this year, but I don't have it yet. What should I be looking for in terms of diameter and brand of exhaust.
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3 inch custom exhaust, no cat...if you don't have to pass any emissions. that's what I would recommend.
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I would go with the 4 inch skunk 2 mega power stainless steel exhaust. I have it on mine and i love it. also if it get too loud for you, it comes with a silencer
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well with the whole custom thing I can't do myself due to the lack of tools. I'll check with a few people I know and get back with you guys on that one. 4 inches seems kinda much don't ya think, you guys know more than I do though so I'll look around and see what I can find. Thanks a lot :)
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Make sure you find a exhaust setup that sounds good to you..takes a little bit more time..I think we have a sound clip setup in the resources. not sure..but other then that you will have to look around for a while..make sure you get headers that are designed to handle turbo as well...there is a lot of work and money to be spend when making a good turbo car..lots of work.lol. but most of ur questions could probably be answered by using the resource guide..adn also use the parts guide..just go through it and find what you need..I did that and came up with about 8K total just for buying parts and that is without turbo.
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