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08-08-2012, 01:55 PM #1Junior Member
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84 supra exhaust system
hey guys just need some quick info. what should my next exhaust be? ive got some ideas, but what size and brand of headers should i go with, people on here are telling me i should go with a glasspack or a resinator? what are those and what do they do for my sound and performace of the system. and where do i get those??? and last but not lease, thinking about getton a nice carbon fiber with a stainless steel tip sport muffler. let me know with your opinions and facts. thanks guys!!
08-08-2012, 02:00 PM #2Toyota Nut
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Use Search O Wise One1985 Supra Mk2 P Type, 2JZ transplant patient.
08-08-2012, 03:54 PM #3Member
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ClassicSupra - If you're looking to go cat back, I'd go with rabidchimp. The cost on it is unbeatable vs. getting something custom bent from a shop, especially if you're staying NA. That being said I went with a cherry bomb extreme and two tips and kept the stock piping. It sounds amazing!
08-08-2012, 05:54 PM #4
08-08-2012, 06:23 PM #5
Stock manifold is good and cheap.
2 1/2" pipe from the cat back is my choice.
I've found a "MagnaFlow" muffler to be good looking, great fit and has a great SOUND.
I said, "FOUND" because I got this from a wrecking yard for $30.00.
Price is important to me. LOL
08-08-2012, 09:05 PM #6
Rabidchimp exhaust sounded great when I used it with a 2.5 magnaflow converter.Matt K.
84 P type - current DD pacesetter header, Rabid Chimp 2.5 exhaust,2.5 magnaflow converter,2.5 duel tip magnaflow muffler,kyb agx's 2jzge swapped
08-09-2012, 11:14 AM #7
http://rabidchimp.com/rc-2-5-catback...st-system.html As far as headers are concerned, you can go with Raptor Racing's copy of the Tri Mil 6-1 header. Great power maker, especially in the upper RPMS. Also, as a cheaper alternative, you can go with a modified, ceramic coated Pacesetter from me - http://rabidchimp.com/http-rabidchim...ader-html.html My exhaust features a Magnaflow muffler. To keep the noise down, retain the use of your stock cat, or go with a direct-fit Magnaflow from me - http://rabidchimp.com/magnaflow-cata...converter.html Cya!
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