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Razor 1000 turbo exhaust

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  1. THE WIDGE

    THE WIDGE Well-Known Member

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    Considering on adding a slip on exhaust to my 1000 turbo. From what I can tell I'm not going to get much performance, maybe some reduction in turbo lag. I already have a Dynojet tuner which increased turbo psi a bit and responsiveness. Considering Gibson, sparks, trinity, and hmh. Any others to consider? Thx for any advise.
     
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    STV_Keith Well-Known Member

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    Do you have the clutch kit yet? You'd feel much more with an optimized clutch than an exhaust, at your power level. Exhaust is worth 3-5hp on a rig like yours. The guys out back like the sound of the Gibson.
     
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    wsuwrhr The Masheenest

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    I have a bury a body buddy building one right now.
     
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    8D92DA55-9194-4AB3-B797-FB0078E7EF67.jpeg 1341D2CD-5F1F-406C-B1E9-3BF618CDFE7B.jpeg A friend of mine put this on his , sounds like a V8
     
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    OC Shockwave New Member

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    You’re not going to gain any performance but a free flow exhaust will let the turbo and your car run cooler. The stock exhaust has a catalytic caconverter.
    FYI Some of the aftermarket exhaust are very loud.
     

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