on the G (with midpipe) is was nice and deep, with VERY little rasp....MustGoFastR said:I had a Greddy SP on my Honda and it did sound very nice; that's one thing Greddy has going for them. Not sure I'd want that sound on my FX, though.
That tanabe is one of the separate canister systems I was referring to earlier. You would have a MUCH harder time getting one of these on an FX. You'd have to extend the tubes behind the canisters, since there are no tips to extend, but then you'd also have to relocate the hangers, since they are mounted on the canisters themselves. Those systems are LOUD.mushutofu said:I like the way our exhausts sound but I just want something a little deeper sounding and louder. The stock sounds a little too machiney to me (If thats a word).
That Tanabe setup is pretty dope thought.
MustGoFastR said:What made you choose that exhaust over, say, the Nismo (it uses the same Y-pipe)? The Nismo sounds great and is much easier to obtain. Gains should be identical.
looks nice too.........MustGoFastR said:
Looks identical to the Nismo, save for the tips, which I prefer on the Nismo. Not a big fan of the thin single wall tips.esemes said:looks nice too.........MustGoFastR said:
im gonna bite the bullet soon, and stop trying to save some $$$