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Old 04-03-2011, 10:41 AM   #1
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Well I got my Enthuzacar exhaust today and Im really happy! Jason did an amazing job and his attention to detail is amazing. Its a custom left exit with some nice features that others dont have. The canister has its own flange so it can be bolted to a stock midpipe. It also does not require you to hack the tow point off, and uses the stock hanger location. I also like that the exhaust is tucked up a bit so it wont be ripped off on a speed bump. Let me know what you guys think.The setup is a SS 2.5 midpipe without a cat but it has a resonator. Im preparing so I can install my msm turbo
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By the way in the pics the canister kinda looks like it points down but it doesnt. It points slightly up but its almost level
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Old 04-03-2011, 11:18 AM   #2
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Never been a fan of the huge chrome tip... they look more at home on Supras. And why the left exit? And we all know who the illest really is. Otherwise I'm sure it's typical Jason awesomeness.


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Its just my personal preference. I have always liked it and I wanted something a little different. It is a really amazing product though
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Its just my personal preference. I have always liked it and I wanted something a little different. It is a really amazing product though
What is so "amazing"? Is it like magnets?
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What is so "amazing"? Is it like magnets?
His work and attention to detail is whats amazing. He back purges all of his welds, they are also all so consistent. My wideband bung ended up being a little close to the driveshaft so he pulled the midpipe back out and welded another just to be safe. If you have seen his work you know why its amazing.
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His work and attention to detail is whats amazing. He back purges all of his welds, they are also all so consistent. My wideband bung ended up being a little close to the driveshaft so he pulled the midpipe back out and welded another just to be safe. If you have seen his work you know why its amazing.
Wow, that's amazing.
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OK well I know your opinion doesn't mean **** to me but if anyone has questions ill be happy to answer.
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OK well I know your opinion doesn't mean **** to me but if anyone has questions ill be happy to answer.
Why would any of us have questions about a well known product from a well known vendor?


Hey Hustler, I have some questions about the absurdflow manifold that Tim made for you. I know the entire build was documented and there are probably hundreds of pictures and posts on the topic, but just for the **** of it, I've decided that there must be something important that you can answer for me. Would you mind measuring the width of the weld beads and get me a metallurgical analysis of the hardness of the welds vs the surrounding metal? Id like that in 'heat map' style graph with .001mm resolution. Thanks homie.
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Well this is the first exhaust that he made like this(muffler section) so I guess ill just shut up and let you go about your buisness.
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Hey Hustler, I have some questions about the absurdflow manifold that Tim made for you. I know the entire build was documented and there are probably hundreds of pictures and posts on the topic, but just for the **** of it, I've decided that there must be something important that you can answer for me. Would you mind measuring the width of the weld beads and get me a metallurgical analysis of the hardness of the welds vs the surrounding metal? Id like that in 'heat map' style graph with .001mm resolution. Thanks homie.
I just measured it and the micrometer read "amazing".
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Jason's work is pretty damn solid. He did my turbo-back and it's all custom...even the 2.5" to 3" lower downpipe to mate to the FM elbow.

So if you had Jason do a turbo setup for you, how loud is it currently? lol I don't even want to know how loud my **** would be without a turbo.
Whatcha gonna do about the hole on the otherside of yer bumpa?
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Trimming the whole bumper was a thought, but I'm not sure if I really wanna do it. Its kinda loud but the silencer is in it. I has that sound like an E30 with a straight pipe but not raspy. Im working on picking up the injectors, and ecu. Hopefully soon I will be able to install the turbo, I already have a boost controller, bov, and meth kit that was on the Evo.
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msm turbo? why bother...
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You wish you were a boss with a cut bumper

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Jason's custom work really is top-notch.
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msm turbo? why bother...
Its my daily driver at the moment and I think with the bolt-ons, hydra, and meth it will be ok. If I go for an actual turbo someday, I will want a twin scroll Hta3076. Since I scored the MSM turbo and all the parts needed for a good price I think im just gonna go that route for now.
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Jason's custom work really is top-notch.
Tell me about it! He told me about your car and how nice it is. Have to say I am happy that I took Mikes advice and went to Jason.
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Tell me about it! He told me about your car and how nice it is. Have to say I am happy that I took Mikes advice and went to Jason.
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