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Which Exhausts are the loudest

The Tanabe Racing Medallion, and HKS Hiper Titanium seem to be the two loudest systems. Which Exhausts are the quietest? The Tanabe Hyper Medallion, the discontinued Tanabe G-Power Medallion and the GReddy (SP) Street Performance seem to be the quietest. At anything less than full throttle, they are no louder than stock. But at full throttle they seem to "wake up" a bit. What are some recommended exhaust systems? It depends on your personal preferences. Below I will break down some of my recommendations based on certain combinations of preferences. The factory ECU is programmed to activate a fuel cut if the manifold pressure exceeds 14-15psi. It does this as a safety measure to prevent what the ECU sees as over boosting. The Fuel Cut Eliminator effectively eliminates, or at least raises the cut to a higher pressure. A reprogrammed ECU can also eliminate this function. Which boost gauge is recommended? Any high quality boost gauge will work well. Accuracy is the important feature to look for. Autometer gauges are a good value. The Japanese gauges, A'PEXi, GReddy, HKS, etc., have more features, but at a much higher price.


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