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Old 03-24-2008, 09:23 PM   #1
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Default Product Review: RS*R Exhaust Magic GTII

Arrived at my door very well packaged and was not beat up at all. DHL brought it to my door .

Very solid product came with the silencer as well necessary gasket/bolts/springs. All for 449 shipped from 935 motosports RSR GTII Exhaust discontinued, but on sale!! - SupraMania contact info as well as some extra product info is located at that link. As far as i know they are the only distributer left and the product has been discontinued and they have about 10 left to sell.

A full 3 inch exhaust all the way through and at a lot of points 3.25".

The product came in two pieces and was very simple to assemble. Cannot comment on the install yet because i am still waiting on my test pipe from BIC performance to arrive.

Don't think i have much else to say... time for the pictures.








The thing in the top right corner of the picture is the silencer it came with. Part comes preinstalled so i had to remove it myself
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Old 03-25-2008, 01:36 AM   #2
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Looks real cool!! I'm not a big fan of the single large exhaust tip, but I have to say, this one does look good!
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Old 03-25-2008, 01:44 PM   #3
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i like the dual tip myself but i couldnt pass up this thing. and other than the one HKS makes have not seen any dual tip ones out there... Also havnt heard too many good things about that hks one
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What have you heard bad about it? Because thats what I have, the HKS dual tipped exhaust. I love it, I think is sounds so good through the entire rpm range.
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Old 03-25-2008, 11:17 PM   #5
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that its not a full 3" and reduces to a smaller size at the muffler
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Yea its like 2.5 or 2.75, but it doesn't reduce at the muffler. It just has two smaller tail pipes on the rear muffler, other than that the entire exhaust stays the same dia., it may not be a 3 inch exhaust but its perfect for a NA, I also have a test pipe in, so if flows great!

But anyway, like you said you couldn't pass that deal up, I couldn't agree with you more, if I had stock exhaust and a turbo then I would probably go with this one as well. Thing is, I have a turbo ready to go on, only need a few more things before it goes on and I'm torn between keeping my exhaust or getting a new one, but non the less, good buy! Let us know how it installs!
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