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Type R exhaust diameter

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Old 01-24-2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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How big is the oem exhaust typeR?
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Old 01-24-2011, 04:06 PM   #2
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I want buy OEM exhaust typeR,,but I got OEM ls and i want know wich is the different
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What model do you have now?

The Type-R is the highest flowing of the stock exhausts...
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If it's a 2 door, an ITR cat back will bolt right up. It will give you a few extra hp over your stock set up.
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Well the OEM exhaust type R not is a big different on ls OEM exhaust to do that change
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2.5 inlet for type r exhaust. Not totally sure though
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Is good idea to change ls OEM exhaust for typeR OEM exhaust
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As I said once, you'll gain a few hp over stock, can't hurt to put it on...
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ITR exhaust piping diameter: 2.25"
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