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View Poll Results: Which exhaust is better for both sound and performance gain?
Dinan 7 24.14%
UUC TSE 16 55.17%
Esienmann 3 10.34%
Remus 3 10.34%
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Old 06-10-2002, 11:52 AM   #1
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Best Exhaust to get for both sound and performance gain.

People are always asking about which exhaust is better so i thought id just make a pole for wich one is better in sound and performance wise.
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My favorite sounding out of those is the Remus... But I dont think you get much of a performance gain, if any... Dont quote me on this, but i am pretty sure that Dinan will give you the greatest gain performance-wise...
Choosing an exhaust is the hardest modification anyone can do to there car... Good Luck !
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Old 06-10-2002, 12:41 PM   #3
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I personally Love the UUC TSE and if you dont want that, I would suggest an Active Autowerke exhaust rather than the ones you posted.
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I gotta echo Jeff's remarks....the TSE sounds and performs awesome that breing said i've always loved AA's products
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About how much does the UUC TSE run? wut about remus?
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