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Old 27th April 2013, 06:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exhaust

I want to know what sort of exhaust to go for i would imagine that the titanium would give a nice raspy exhaust note on the GTR but am open to suggestions on others and to retain rear pipes or what im unsure if all i need just y pipe or full system

Just after suggestions and what they sound like motorway drone,noise levels etc etc

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Old 27th April 2013, 07:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Ive just got a non res Y pipe. Can drove a wee bit when your at 70 but other than that its sounds pretty good inside and out.

Depends what you want to spend. Akrapovic £4K+ Russ Fellows is around £1.5K and then you also have SVM, GTC.

And just to make it harder to decide, you can choose 90mm or 102mm diam pipe work.

Its a mine field and alot of it depends on where you will use the car etc.
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Old 27th April 2013, 07:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i wouldnt spend 4k on exhaust id prop opt for 90mm as im will take it no further than litchfield stage 3
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Am about to have a resonated 90mm milltek for sale if you are interested.
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litchfields use milltek.

When my car going down for tuning I'll be going with the milltek at first see what its like
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Am about the has a resonated 90mm milltek for sale if you are interested.
im not really interested in anything at the minute just want to get some info about whats out there

Thanks all the same
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litchfields use milltek.

When my car going down for tuning I'll be going with the milltek at first see what its like
what you going for and any reason for the miltek or just that Litchfield use them
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Old 27th April 2013, 07:48 PM   #8 (permalink)
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im spoilt for choice!!! But the ones I like arent cheap.

Yeh pretty much, Litchfield know them and they are included in the cost of cert stage tunes
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i have thought about just doing what litchfield list but i think exhausts can make such different sounds and i would think that titanium would sound great on GTR
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Old 27th April 2013, 07:57 PM   #10 (permalink)
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look up on youtube jay lenos GTR.

Hes running a Titek system. I think it sounds awesome. But your on the very of $6K for the system and Y pipe I think
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Old 28th April 2013, 10:10 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Im using 78mm (or76mm) miltek its good for upto 750hp.
Soo you need to ask yourself what power upgrades are you considering now and in future.

If i was you id hold tight and look in second hand section, you coukd save like 40-50%!!!!

And gtroc members change their exhusts because of changing personal taste not because it broken and they trying to pull as fast one. So i'd feel comfortable buying off the forum.

With the 102mm hype there might be a few poping up. In even considering it.

Good luck!
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The smaller diameter will be more than enough for my needs.Im are after how the different exhausts sound compared to each other and there db res/non res
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Hey guys, just wanted to ask a quick question so didn't want to create a new thread..

I am currently about to get Litchfield stage 1 done next week, and was wondering whether i should go for the full 90mm + Milltek Y-pipe, or just the Y-pipe..?

Is there a huge difference in performance and price ??

From what i have read so far it is only required for more bhp GTR's/Stage 3+ but thought id ask here and clear things up..

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There is a difference in performance, no question. There's a good few bhp to be released.
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If you go for the full milltek might as well go stage 2.
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Also, bear in mind, the full milltek system is quieter than just the y-pipe, as most of the stock silencing comes from the y-pipe.

The stock back box etc doesn't provide much silencing, so it is reintroduced when you change to milltek.
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I would always go for the 90mm option and a stage II tune.

From my experience I went stage I and then quickly after switched to a stage II with full 90m exhaust. Lost money on the cost of the y-pipe which i bought new and also on having to get remapped twice.

Plenty of choice of exhaust out there. As for the milltek system it comes in 76mm or 90mm options and each has a choice of silencer on it. If you want noise you can get the non-res y-pipe and race plus rear section which will be loud. Best thing to do would to be chat with Iain about it as he's probably seen every combo possible.

Bear in mind that 76mm will restrict you higher up the tuning path depending on how far you are going to push things. If thinking of going for a higher power build down the line you'd be best to get the 90mm system straight off. 90mm won't restrict you until you get to silly power.
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Thanks for the advice guys,

I would call Ian but since its saturday now im gonna have to get in touch with him on monday..

Basically in my situation, I am not planning to go higher than stage 2 in the future. However right now I am a little bit tight on cash and cant afford to go for the full stage 2 atm..
But i guess it would be a wise decision to get a 90mm anyway just incase i end up going stage 2 in the future..

So my question is, how much more would the 90mm cost compared to just the Y-pipe ??

Also is the non-resonated 90mm + Milltek Y-pipe more expensive ? I am unsure..

And lastly if the cost is too high for the 90mm, is there a non-res version for just the Y-pipe itself (without 90mm system) ?? Because i want to achieve maximum sound quality lol

I need to make a decision by before monday so i need to clear up all my questions in the next two days
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Thanks for the advice guys,

I would call Ian but since its saturday now im gonna have to get in touch with him on monday..

Basically in my situation, I am not planning to go higher than stage 2 in the future. However right now I am a little bit tight on cash and cant afford to go for the full stage 2 atm..
But i guess it would be a wise decision to get a 90mm anyway just incase i end up going stage 2 in the future..

So my question is, how much more would the 90mm cost compared to just the Y-pipe ??

Also is the non-resonated 90mm + Milltek Y-pipe more expensive ? I am unsure..

And lastly if the cost is too high for the 90mm, is there a non-res version for just the Y-pipe itself (without 90mm system) ?? Because i want to achieve maximum sound quality lol

I need to make a decision by before monday so i need to clear up all my questions in the next two days
Hashlak, I believe Litchfield are finalising their own exahust system. That may be the one to go for.
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