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Old 01-01-2009, 08:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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ETS Good Seller?

I was looking through youtube on evo's and came across several times. They seem to have great competition and their exhausts systems sound real good. Other then sound, does anyone know the performance of them? I noticed they also had piping sizes bigger then 3inches up to 4! Should I go bigger in the future or stay at 3inches with my Buschir tbe. I'm just a daily driver to work and back so I could say I like to stay balanced between power and show. Btw, the Qtp cutout seems neat but I'm not sure about all of that. What do you all think?
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Dave buschur did a test a while back to compare a 3 inch and 3.5 inch exhuat and there was a 2 hp pick up on a large turbo car. On a smaller turbo I dont think you would see a difference at all and its not worth the extra weight.


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Old 01-02-2009, 12:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Dave buschur did a test a while back to compare a 3 inch and 3.5 inch exhuat and there was a 2 hp pick up on a large turbo car. On a smaller turbo I dont think you would see a difference at all and its not worth the extra weight.


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I might get the ETS system for daily driving since it sounds pretty good from the clips I've seen. I was planning on getting their IC piping kits also since there's an option to get some without also getting a mini battery kit. Thanks though bro
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Old 01-05-2009, 05:18 AM   #4 (permalink)
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ETS makes some awesome products. If your not going super big then there is no need for 3.5", it will be a waste of money IMO and no real performance gains that have been noted on a car with basic bolton's.
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ETS makes some awesome products. If your not going super big then there is no need for 3.5", it will be a waste of money IMO and no real performance gains that have been noted on a car with basic bolton's.
Thanks bro for your advice. I'mma stay with the 16g for a long time. If I wanna upgrade, it'll just be the 20g.
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Old 01-07-2009, 06:57 PM   #6 (permalink)
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you should check out CBRD's BBK that is what i'm going to go with. More power then 20g and faster spool up.
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