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Old 12-02-2012, 03:15 PM   #1
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Anyone have objections to 3in. True x borla exhaust.
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Anyone have objections to 3in. True x borla exhaust.
Little big but cool
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Little big but cool
Agreed.. Depending on your power level of course.
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Anyone have objections to 3in. True x borla exhaust.
What's mods do you have? If your N/A you don't need 3 inch. You'll actually probably lose a little power
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I don't have much, I plan on adding a new throttle body, and racing intake manifold. Right now it only has k&n cold air intake
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I don't have much, I plan on adding a new throttle body, and racing intake manifold. Right now it only has k&n cold air intake
I wouldn't go 3 inch unless your supercharged. For the stock motor with bolt ons 2.5 is fine. You'll probably lose back pressure going 3 inch which will result in less power.
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I wouldn't go 3 inch unless your supercharged. For the stock motor with bolt ons 2.5 is fine. You'll probably lose back pressure going 3 inch which will result in less power.
You only lose low end when you decrease back pressure.
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I wouldn't go 3 inch unless your supercharged. For the stock motor with bolt ons 2.5 is fine. You'll probably lose back pressure going 3 inch which will result in less power.
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You only lose low end when you decrease back pressure.
Back pressure is RESISTANCE. Back pressure is NOT a good thing when trying to go fast. It simply allows for easier street driving in day to day situations. Losing it will not be detrimental, ESPECIALLY on our engines since they have great power to begin with.

Ideally you want a balance but the size of the exhaust as far as speed goes should be selected on power gained not back pressure lost. If the environment allows for such discretion.
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It's would be very minimal.
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Awesome thanks for the input fellas!
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