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Old 02 Jun 2009, 07:31 pm
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Default Exhaust on 2006 Acura TL?

I'm looking into getting a new exhaust for my Acura TL.. I'm also new to this so I'm not familiar with everything that I might/would need. I've heard of Greddy and HKS, can you tell me more? Maybe such as price, add-ons I might need?I'm new to this, so I need some guidance. Thank you!i'm not looking so much into performance, but more sound in the exhaust, something that'll sound sharper than stock
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Old 02 Jun 2009, 07:46 pm
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thats a nice car bro..ur car is already fast,..why u need that work done..? that will cost a bit..have u though of a cold intake with an NK filter and a muffler..that will give u more performance..and less money
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acurazine.com. welcome to the forums
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Old 02 Jun 2009, 08:16 pm
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The Greddy EVO II exhaust has the best of both worlds. It's quiet enough to not bother you while driving (more annoying than you think!), and sounds sweet when you want to rev it.Here's a vid of a 2008 TL w/ the exhaust
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I drive an '06 TL (AT) in Southern California, and I added a Greddy EVO2 exhaust system as part of a 'group buy'**. I love it. It does sould sweet. However, it IS noisy, and adds lots of cabin resonance at around the 2,000 rpm range. I've grown acustomed to it, but on Acurazine I read how most found the noise level to be objectionable for daily driving. The EVO2 is a stage 3 system that' is really race-ready...it features upsized 2.25 to 2.5" dia piping, the elimination of both the stock mid-muffler, and the stock resonator...plus the exhaust cans are flow-through type...minimum backpressure for any system you might consider (~ 10-12 added whp). There are other systems to consider... You might get onto the CT-Engineering website. CT-Engineering (aka, COMPTECH) specializes in performance Honda/Acura parts & they have a sharp, catback system for the Gen 3 TL that is not as noisy as Greddy's. Based upon what you said is important to you, you might be best off buying one that features a resonator or a mid-muffler...those will eliminate any anoyance from drones and cabin resonance. ** The car also has an ATLP brand J-Pipe, and a cold air system by AEM.
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