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Old 09-30-2020, 05:10 PM
Join Date: Sep 2020
Location: Boydton, VA
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Evo X ETS titanium single exit exhaust

Hey guys, new to the forums and my first post. Sorru, if I wrote to the related thread. Excited to be apart of the evo fam :rock: Just picked my Evo up about a month ago totally stock. Is going to be my daily driver for now. Already have my mod list together but thereís one thing I canít decide on and thatís the exhaust. No Iím not trying to start another exhaust thread but Iím torn between the tomei and ets titanium. Was set on the tomei... I came from a 2016 STI and had a tomei on it. Loved it but after reading around on some of the forums about it tapering off before the cat it gave me second thoughts. I know the taper is not a big deal but Iím ocd and its going to bother me lol. Any videos I find of the ets arenít the greatest and thereís not very many of them. I Love the sound of the tomei and heard that the ets is quieter and more tame in comparison. Is this true? Does anyone have the ets on their car? Videos? I like to get as much info as i can before i spend $1,000+! Let me know, thanks!
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