go to a muffler shop and have them cut out your pre muffler resonator/silencer and replace it with a piece of straihgt pipe. you'll get a more aggresive sound for a very affordable price06TRMKV said:what if i want an exhaust and can't afford the tbe is there another way to go, could i go cat back and what disadvantages would there be with a cat back exhaust.
I had it done at Brake World in Miami. I have taken all my previous cars there for my exhaust work. The have been doing Brakes and mufflers for approx. 13 years. Same owners and workers from the begining. The 3" going around the axel is a bit tight so I am having them analyze how dumping the exhaust under the car will affect my back preasure. I am thinking of hanging mystock muffler in place to give it a sleeper look when I am parked at the hang outs.GTfly said:where you get yer custom pipes from?
I dont have the number to the place but they are in the yellow pages. location is 137 avenue and sw 8 street. Zip is 33184. Cost was $ 180.00 but I have gotten work done here on 5 or 6 cars. I suggest calling them and get a quote.GTfly said:whats the number to the place? and how much is it gonna be? honestly i would stick with 2.5" piping otherwise you will lose a bit of torque but that might not be too bad of a thing considering its FWD and the torque is already outrageous.
GTfly, I know the gys at the shop I went to pretty well and I trust them. For now.. I have the stock downpipe and cat, from there on a straight pipe from the second O2 sensor back. I have noticed an incredible increase of power. I feel the car a whole lot stronger at low and high rpm. I am setting up a dyno day here in Miami and I guess the dyno will reveal the truth. My last dyno was 218 whp and 269 torque.GTfly said:mog is the exhaust yer getting a full exhaust? or just a down pipe? and if its a pure straight pipe wont you lose some torque?