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Ok don't stone me guy's but I kind of want to do this in the future for exhaust like middle with the beautiful diffuser (If the aftermarket wills it) anyway the attached pic from a.. I believe the 17 Acura nsx with the exhaust mod/thought in mind @[email protected]
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Ok don't stone me guy's but I kind of want to do this in the future for exhaust like middle with the beautiful diffuser (If the aftermarket wills it) anyway the attached pic from a.. I believe the 17 Acura nsx with the exhaust mod/thought in mind @[email protected]
I found what you are looking for... and its TRD

??TRD???? ZRE186H ??????? ???? ?????? - ????!
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TRD high response muffler Ver.R

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I found what you are looking for... and its TRD

??TRD???? ZRE186H ??????? ???? ?????? - ????!
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I'm committed... Magnaflow baby!
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Ok don't stone me guy's but I kind of want to do this in the future for exhaust like middle with the beautiful diffuser (If the aftermarket wills it) anyway the attached pic from a.. I believe the 17 Acura nsx with the exhaust mod/thought in mind @[email protected]
I found what you are looking for... and its TRD

??TRD???? ZRE186H ??????? ???? ?????? - ????!
Beautiful! Awesome find!
I may get this or have my local shop make one for me in the future and without the silver muffler at the bend and maybe not making that U bend so wide. All 2.25 piping.. hrmmn..
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I keep planning and today I got under the car since I had the wheels off and measured how much length I had to make a 40-60 degree bend and install a muffler on the end of the pipe. My best option is still a DC sports EX 5016 for a DIY project. I also wrote Kamispeed in Orlando to see if they can get it and a price on a GTBox 06&S.

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I had a response today about the GTBox 06&S and they told me no go but looks like they can get a Fujitsubo Authorize S Exhaust Muffler. Of course they said they can get this and no manufacturer name, attached some pictures and they didn't say what the price was so I'm asking. I bet it is high but it sure looks nice. They better hurry Friday I'm doing the Nick exhaust kit.
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I had a response today about the GTBox 06&S and they told me no go but looks like they can get a Fujitsubo Authorize S Exhaust Muffler. Of course they said they can get this and no manufacturer name, attached some pictures and they didn't say what the price was so I'm asking. I bet it is high but it sure looks nice. They better hurry Friday I'm doing the Nick exhaust kit.
That is pretty nice looking, but absolutely zero performance gains with that giant Scuba muffler still attached to the header. The car would probably be quieter with this exhaust installed. But, sure does look pretty.

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I keep planning and today I got under the car since I had the wheels off and measured how much length I had to make a 40-60 degree bend and install a muffler on the end of the pipe. My best option is still a DC sports EX 5016 for a DIY project. I also wrote Kamispeed in Orlando to see if they can get it and a price on a GTBox 06&S.

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I had a response today about the GTBox 06&S and they told me no go but looks like they can get a Fujitsubo Authorize S Exhaust Muffler. Of course they said they can get this and no manufacturer name, attached some pictures and they didn't say what the price was so I'm asking. I bet it is high but it sure looks nice. They better hurry Friday I'm doing the Nick exhaust kit.
Oh that's pretty sweet!
Sound & Drive by Vids please!

I've decided on my exhaust and will slightly be doing the same.
All 2.25" piping after the Scooba muffler, Just 1 AR25 resonator replacing the silver useless muffler at the U bend and will try to make that bend ALOT straighter, then having a 8" Resonated tip also painting it with high heat black to make it look the oem muffler shrunk lols (sorta looks like a small N1 Muffler) Resonator and Resonated tip ordered and arriving soon (Photos of items attached will hopefully do a before & After)

Waiting to see if the aftermarket will catch up and make a performance mid pipe like what I've seen for the TCs on TC Forums.. If not then a High Flow Cat 2.25 piping to an obx resonator to replace the scooba will be on the list..

Next will be NST, Then DC Header, Then debating on the springs or coils due to Sh!ty roads here.. Then kicks for the vehicle sorta talked to Autoland here on getting them classic spokes I posted a while back.

*Sigh* Waiting on the superchargers... v-v
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More info on the above pictures I posted... I was told it is a prototype by MXP and was not being made yet so they had no price. That is not my car in the pictures. It looks identical to a Fujitsubo Authorize S Exhaust Muffler. So there ya go until something comes out or you DIY. The Fujitsubo Authorize S Exhaust if memory is correct and exchange rate was $700 dollars.

As for me I did a slightly modified Nick exhaust kit today. I removed the "scuba", Installed Magnaflow 12645, 2.25 mandrel bent alloy pipe and a DC sports 5016 canister. I bought the pipe kit to make sure I had enough since there are many bends in the system and I didn't want any crush bent pipe. Later I will inventory the remaining pipe kit and post it for sale. I wanted a clean out the rear look and that is why I went with the DC 5016 with a total length of only 16.25 inches long. Sound... Having never done this before I can tell you there is some noise now. The DC 5016 does not come or have a silencer option that I can find but we'll see if I get pulled over. I didn't consider that and really I don't want it. Acceleration exhaust noise is abundant. Sounds good at 3-4K RPM. Driving at 80 on the freeway is more muffled and acceptable to me. Manual most likely better sound than CVT. I have the CVT. It sounds like Nick's no need to ask for video or drive by. Recorded video sound is muted compared to what it really sounds like IMHO. Muffler man told me it would be all day until he could get to it so I went to work and 4 hours later get a call it was ready. Of course it was off the rack so I couldn't get a picture. I don't think he wanted me to "Hover". Stuck my head under and looked good with a quick view. Paid $120 for the install. Below is what I used as reference. I would again like to thank Nick for sharing his info. It sure helps the iM community.

https://www.amazon.com/Magnaflow-126.../dp/B000CCG02I

https://www.amazon.com/DC-EX-5016-St...dc+sports+5016

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-670145/overview/

http://www.clantonmuffler.com/
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Does adding the little muffler at the end of the pipe make it louder or just change the tone? I want to do the exhaust but want something subtle. I'm running it right now with the back half taken off and open underneath.
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Does adding the little muffler at the end of the pipe make it louder or just change the tone? I want to do the exhaust but want something subtle. I'm running it right now with the back half taken off and open underneath.
What do you mean by back half? Are you disconnected from the big thing that looks like a scuba tank? I have added a parts diagram of the exhaust system for the iM.

I will be first to tell you I am no expert. Yes it would change the sound. Here are some links to give you some info on adding or taking away from your exhaust. Other than that, read the forum, google, watch videos and keep asking questions. I'll defer to more experience in the forum.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD90ojr_qyI

If I was going to be subtle I might go with this if you are disconnected from the scuba tank just a suggestion.

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/SPORT-MUFFLER...44595#shpCntId

For your reading enjoyment:

What Do Exhaust Tips Do? Read About How Exhaust Tips Work - Best 2"-6" Exhaust Tips In Stock & On Sale

https://www.etrailer.com/question-31709.html

Understanding Muffler Design and Sound Absorption Strategies - Dragzine
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