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Old 11-15-2006, 12:00 AM   #1
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http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda...t/11-1002.html

Non-resonated (pic wrong) 2.375" catback. Not bad for the price.
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Old 11-15-2006, 12:06 AM   #2
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Nice price but a little noisy? Anybody running one of these? How do you like it for long distance rides?
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3" All the way no cats straight piping
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I love the sound of my flowmaster super 40 personally. Has a nice deep rumble and flows really well for a chambered muffler. Love it.
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it wont be noisy with a turbo....

you can also get the enthuza budget exhaust: $339 (2.5"), $369 (2.75"), but the roadster sport being fully polished stainless and an acceptable 2.375" is good for the price.




my resonated 2.25" dual exhaust sounds just louder than stock, people comment on how quite it is all the time. in fact: http://www.magnaflowonline.com/s/autoxvid.avi
save it, it's too big to stream, even though it's short.

That was loud as crap N/A, and now it's too quiet. Resonated, large muffer, dual outlets. Not ideal for the turbo now.

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Ya, I have a 2.5" straight back with no resonater, no cat and a enthuza turbo catback and its not very loud at all.
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im saving for an enthuza currently, I wonder if running open dp in the meantime will be too loud
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yes, it's loud. but we've all done it here. you'll miss the turbo whirling sounds...
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2.375" is a little too weak for the turbo, 2.5" is the smallest I'd use, 3" is perfect.


Open downpipe is too loud for street, i was rocking it last week.
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it wont be noisy with a turbo....

you can also get the enthuza budget exhaust: $339 (2.5"), $369 (2.75"), but the roadster sport being fully polished stainless and an acceptable 2.375" is good for the price.




my resonated 2.25" dual exhaust sounds just louder than stock, people comment on how quite it is all the time. in fact: http://www.magnaflowonline.com/s/autoxvid.avi
save it, it's too big to stream, even though it's short.
damn that sounds good..
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damn that sounds good..
a little too quiet for my tastes. Last time I was at the track, I had a bunch of comments that they would see me pass all these mustangs and what-not and not hear my car what-so-ever.
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i think im gonna have to add another resonator maybe a cat,dog or maybe on of those baffles.
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if you want a magnaflow 4" round muffler let me know.
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I love the sound of my flowmaster super 40 personally. Has a nice deep rumble and flows really well for a chambered muffler. Love it.
Wow I thought I was the only miata with a flowmaster, cool. Mine's a regular 40 series (2 chamber) and has been on there since 2001
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The super40 adds a little bit of depth and less interior resonance, I love it though.
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Last time I was at the track, I had a bunch of comments that they would see me pass all these mustangs and what-not and not hear my car what-so-ever.
Walking softly........
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i was looking at the same one for a while and it looks pretty nice. i'm planning on having close to 12-13 psi though and i'm wondering if that 2.375" will be alrite or not? any opinions?
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i was looking at the same one for a while and it looks pretty nice. i'm planning on having close to 12-13 psi though and i'm wondering if that 2.375" will be alrite or not? any opinions?


go at least 2.5in.
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Are you guys running the greddy downpipe with those exhausts?
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