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This topic is for discussion of improved engine breathing, coming in (INTAKE) or going out (EXHAUST).
#1 of 78 An Exhausting Subject: Headers/Mufflers and Pipes
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Mar 23, 2005 (1:26 pm)
This is the place to discuss various exhaust systems on the marketplace, what works bestin which application, and for which cars. You are also invited to post your questions or share your expertise in this area.
#2 of 78 T100 exhaust
Apr 06, 2005 (5:52 am)
Help.... Trying to locate a performance exhaust for a 97 V6 T100 4x4.
Have tried several web sights .. They have nothing for these trucks.
JARDINE discontinued the system they produced...
#3 of 78 Re: T100 exhaust [toymannn]
by steve_ HOST
Apr 06, 2005 (6:50 am)
SEMA has a lot of aftermarket companies listed at this link. You may want to scroll through that list for possibilities.
#5 of 78 I need some HELP!!!
Apr 08, 2005 (7:20 am)
I have a 2000 Kia Sephia and would like to put an exhaust system on it. I would like it to have a deep rumble. I do know a few things about this subject but am having some trouble finding what I am looking for.
Apr 08, 2005 (9:30 am)
I believe Flowmaster makes a muffler for you car, Series40, and Eastern Manufacturing makes a free-flow catalytic converter. You could Google for these or similar products.
You will get a nice sound but don't expect a lot of power increase for the money you spend---if you use both the new Cat and the Flowmaster, you might pick up 3-5HP or something.
#7 of 78 making flowmaster louder
Apr 11, 2005 (11:36 am)
i installed a flowmaster muffler on my s10 truck. it made it louder, then i cut the tailpipe off that left the end of the muffler. it made it louder again, is there anything else that can be done to make the exhaust even louder without buying more stuff?
#8 of 78 Yes, swap in a V-8.
Apr 11, 2005 (3:25 pm)
And by the way, LOUD has no relationship to POWERFUL or FAST - just LOUD....like decals/stickers....
#9 of 78 Replacing My standard exhaust with a straight through stainless
Apr 16, 2005 (9:42 am)
Thinking of putting a full stainless system on my 99 accord 2ltr es v tech(including down pipe).Does anyone know if I should leave the cat on or off.
Coz I thought the engine needed some back pressure but without it , it has none.
Also if I leave it out will it affect the running of the Ecu and v tech system.
#10 of 78 Re: Replacing My standard exhaust with a straight through stainless [darren1]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Apr 16, 2005 (12:23 pm)
You mean an exhaust with no mufflers at all? I don't think that's a good idea, no.
It's hard to know the effects unless you dyno both ways. Also you'll have to plug a couple sensors here and there, and of course you'll be totally illegal.
I think that unless you are doing something fairly radical on the OTHER end of the engine (intake, cams, etc.) that you'd be better off with a nice free-flow catalytic and a custom exhaust from the cat back. That should give you a little more HP (not much, maybe oh 4-6 HP) and a nice sound and you'll be legal and happy. Straight pipes with no muffler may indeed cost you HP and it'll make you daffy after a while listening to it on road trips.