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Old 07-28-2009, 11:49 AM
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vibrant exhaust

wondering if anyone had any input on vibrant muffler, how they sound and what not cause i got someone thats lookin to hook me up with one
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Old 07-28-2009, 07:57 PM
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Re: vibrant exhaust

ive heard of them but dont know anyone or what it sounds like. try searching for reviews on google/yahoo and also youtube for sound clips. try other prelude forums and see if they have anyone on there with them. also, use the search button on here and see what that brings.
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Re: vibrant exhaust

i think they sound dope, ive actually been planning on getting one when i get some extra cash

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i think they sound dope, ive actually been planning on getting one when i get some extra cash

the wheels on that car are siiiick. I wants em.


and the exhaust sounds ok...not sure if I like it though =/
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Re: vibrant exhaust

I'm not so sure I care for it, either. IMO it's a little too raspy sounding...but that could be due to the vibrant with a combo of other mods made, too. I'm leaning toward either the Greddy SE Spectrum Elite (see below), or the Tanabe Concept G (couldn't find clip on youtube with a prelude...but heard it on the S2000).
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Re: vibrant exhaust

Sounds good, but a tad bit raspy.
Espelir JGT500 sounds the best IMO
Specturm elites are nice and mild too, but thats just me.

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Re: vibrant exhaust

Wow...the Espelir does sound nice. I hear people talk about the droning while cruising with canister style mufflers...wonder if that is a characteristic of all canister styles?

What's really cool is I looked up the Espelir and it can be had for a great price: Reg: $630 Sale: $295 from the site below.

http://upgrademotoring.com/performan...ir_exhaust.htm
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Re: vibrant exhaust

yeaa i went ahead and got it, all i got on there is an aem cold air intake and it sounds pretty damn nice, it actually has quite a deep throaty tone and the best part is it wasnt expensive at all
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the raspy noise depends on the resonator this setup has a vibrant ultra quiet resonator with the street power exhaust and it sounds amazing.

bottle resonators=no
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Re: vibrant exhaust

MAGNA FLOW!! heres mine.

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Re: vibrant exhaust

Sorry, i'm a bit confused. I'm looking to get some headers and exhaust too, but which one did you get? The Vibrant or Espelir brand?
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