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Old 03-12-2004, 09:39 AM
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exhaust comparison for 350Z

Seeing as these links are working for me again, I thought I'd post'em and see what you guys think. It's the borla exhaust vs. the Nismo exhaust.
http://www.zfilms.org/sportzmag/dyno...laexhaust.mpeg
http://www.zfilms.org/sportzmag/dyno...moexhaust.mpeg
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Yeah the RSR sounds nice but dang its loud.
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Old 06-13-2004, 12:03 AM
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I like the Fujitsubo Ti myself.. I think its the size of the tips and the weight of the exhaust.
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Old 01-17-2008, 01:34 PM
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There isn't much point of comparing the performance differences on a N/A Z. The difference between the true duals will be similar. The y-pipe dual will be very similar. The y-pipe singles will be very similar. Overall the difference between the different types will still be very minimal. The differences don't really make a difference until you go FI. If you plan on staying N/A just pick a system that looks good and sounds good to you, both subjective things.
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I'm surprised you are so "anti" old thread. It's not like there is so much acitivity that I have completely messed up the new posts page.
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99.9999% of the 350z'ers who used to be here are now at my350z.com... thus the cause of low activity.
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There must not have been too many because there is literally only one page in the technical section. My350z has so many posts per second I can understand people getting upset for reviving an old thread. I saw some unanswered questions and wanted to help out. Not so much for the OP but for anyone searching through.

On a side note, the thread about the oil is very informative, but I apoligize for thread reviving. I will post in a new thread.
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we used to have an entire collection of 350Z'ers for the las vegas goers. they left us when they got a new site...
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