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Old 10-26-2010, 01:06 AM   #1
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i just got a miata what's a good exhaust for me to get that sounds good
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Old 10-26-2010, 01:14 AM   #4
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just got a miata an want to get a exhaust that sounds good!! any ideas
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Old 10-26-2010, 01:15 AM   #5
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just got a miata an want to get a exhaust that sounds good!! any ideas
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You are retarded. Your two posts have been the same thread in different sections. How old are you? 16? You're giving us yungun's a bad name. Go **** yourself.
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new to the sight!!
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New to the internet too apparently. New to spelling. New to common sense. New to being new.
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hahaha funny ppl on here!
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Old 10-26-2010, 01:22 AM   #10
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yes cause the first post i realize it shouldnt have been there... so thats y i posted it again in this section
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I suggest you stop making new threads. Make an intro thread with proper spelling and punctuation. Then search for your answer because its been discussed many times.

That is your only way to avoid a shitstorm.
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Threads merged.

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Welcome.

I suggest you search a little bit.
Not searching will bring only ridicule when you ask the same question that's been asked over and over again. If you still have questions about your specific setup/goals after searching please start a thread with more specifics, or bump an old thread if your question is directly pertinent to the original subject.

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I think the springfield dyno miata exhaust is right up your ally. I think it will sound great on your car. Trust me I had one on my 91. I loved it.

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Some friends of mine have had great luck cutting the exhaust right before the catalytic converter and just ditching the converter and muffler system. It's a small engine, so it really doesn't need all that exhaust. End result is a nice deep throaty sound, it sounds like a built mustang, and not a raspy Honda fart can exhaust.
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Did you really type that out, look at it and think to yourself "yup, that looks correct" and decide to click the 'submit reply' button? Really?




But to help you out, the best exhaust you can get is the one from MoTec. It's usually found on eBay or Yahoo auctions.

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Did you really type that out, look at it and think to yourself "yup, that looks correct" and decide to click the 'submit reply' button? Really?




But to help you out, the best exhaust you can get is the one from MoTec. It's usually found on eBay or Yahoo auctions.
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ok thanks for the feed back. I did some home work and i think i'll go with the greddy ti-c
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ok thanks for the feed back. I did some home work and i think i'll go with the greddy ti-c
I think you are making a mistake going with that one. I still think you will like the Springfield exhaust. It's the best for your application. YMMV.

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