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Old 30 Oct 2009, 07:16 pm
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Default how do I make my 2004 Acura TL exhaust (stock) to sound like a 350z or g35?

I've been reading alot and i keep coming across a stage 3 exhaust with flowmaster or dynomax im not quite sure exactly what to do but im really looking for that purring clean sound not raspy.















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Old 30 Oct 2009, 07:31 pm
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A simple cold air intake, or short ram intake will change the sound of your exhaust. Check out the AEM V2
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get a muffler for a 350Z and put it on thts the closest you'll get to it.
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Depends if you have a 4 cyl or 6 cyl. If you have a 4, then it's not even remotely possible. If you have a 6, then a cold air intake and cat-back exhaust should do it. It won't sound exactly the same, but it should sound close. Once you start going into headers and downpipe, etc., it'll get more raspy. Nissan's VQ35 is a very distinguishable sound.
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U can't don't be a ricer. Most V-6s simply sound weak even with an exhaust compared to a V-8.































A TL is a nice car, don't make it obnoxious.
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Drill a hole in the muffler
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Frank is stupid. theres nothing ricey about wanting your car to sound better. AND 350z and g35 are V6 engines! A GReddy cat back exhaust is fairly inexpensive and sounds clean and low like a 350. Save some money and buy it from gripmotorsports.com
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K&N intake straight pipe the resonators and put flowmaster 10 seires in place of your stock mufflers and you're done
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