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    Tired of waking my neighbours...

    Guys,

    I'm looking for a recommendation on a new exhaust, my current one which was a cheapy from yahoo has laready started to rattle and fall apart!!

    My requirements are simple...

    must be a good 3" pipe to flow my 2.4L engine with gt3071RR turbine.

    must be not so loud that the everyone hears me driving home late at night (even in the next region)

    must have double tips to keep the stock look

    any ideas?
    Chris
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    1996 Skyline GTR (UK Holiday car); 2001 Lotus Esprit V8GT (moderate tuning); 2008 BMW 135i (looking for more power)

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    If you're under 380-400bhp, the HKS Hi-Silent is fairly quiet, but sounds viscious when your foot is down. It gets a bit too restrictive after that sort of power though...

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    Hmmm. that's a tough one if you want it to look stock. I would say get a custom made one. Or chuck another muffler on your existing setup
    Maybe have a look on the Apexi exhaust valve thingie. You can choose how much noise you want to make

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicely
    If you're under 380-400bhp, the HKS Hi-Silent is fairly quiet, but sounds viscious when your foot is down. It gets a bit too restrictive after that sort of power though...
    I think it is the under 380-400bhp issue that is going to cause me a problem!
    Chris
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    1996 Skyline GTR (UK Holiday car); 2001 Lotus Esprit V8GT (moderate tuning); 2008 BMW 135i (looking for more power)

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    Just read the 'dual tips' bit. That's going to limit the selection somewhat.... You could always get a single outlet system and get the pipe custom-modified...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicely
    Just read the 'dual tips' bit. That's going to limit the selection somewhat.... You could always get a single outlet system and get the pipe custom-modified...
    Yeah.. .I know! After looking online I sort of decided on something like the trust DD, but it has been discontinued

    hence my search continues.

    as for having things customized in Moscow... sounds good intheory!
    Chris
    1999 S15 Spec S Auto (ever so slightly modified)
    1996 Skyline GTR (UK Holiday car); 2001 Lotus Esprit V8GT (moderate tuning); 2008 BMW 135i (looking for more power)

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    I'd have said the A'PEXi N1 Dual, but its only listed for the 240SX...

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    Hks silent one i'd say.. I've got one of those Exhaust Control Valve (ECV).... Crazy handy thing. I had to pull it out when i came to a funeral few days ago works a treat but it deadens car.

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