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Old 10-13-2010, 08:58 PM
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Is this possible?

Hey guys,

I'm new to this forum but I got my lude in April of this yr. I'm tired of my V2 making more sound than my exhaust(muffler), so I was thinking... Can a GD3 (07-08 fit) J's racing muffler (full titanium) fit on a 5th gen lude?

If I need mods to it, what mods do I need?
Should I just throw the muffler onto my OEM piping or make a custom exhaust with test pipe?

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Re: Is this possible?

It's a muffler, it isn't for any specific car. Unless you buy the whole GD3 exhaust system, in which case the answer is no - that won't fit.

The simplest way would be to take the muffler you like and drop the car at an exhaust shop. They typically charge around $50 to weld the new muffler onto the stock pipeing. Alternatively you could go with a larger cat-back system for a little more noise, and a bit of extra power. (I want you to search for the answer as to how big a diameter exhaust, we've covered that a million times and don't need to revisit it here) Test pipes are dumb.
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Re: Is this possible?

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Test Pipes FTW
Not at all. For what? An extra 1whp? All your really doing is polluting the air more and most of the time test pipes make your exhaust sound so raspy. I dont see the point in a test pipe at all. Maybe if your boosted. Or have a good all motor build. But I would still just get a hi flow cat honestly. Just my .02
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Re: Is this possible?

or i can trade you my v1 plus cash!
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Re: Is this possible?

V1? I saw a Fujitsubo full exhaust so I might sell the J's racing that I'm about to receive.
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Re: Is this possible?

man you can make any exhaust fit onto a car it may require alot of cutting and welding but you can do it I have a 2005 suzuki gsxr 600 exhaust on my car just cause I had it sitting around and my old one broke off its just for now but i got it on there with a v clamp and a piece of metal around it
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