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      03-15-2010, 09:52 AM   #1
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Rear Section with most torque

To my knowledge the highest torque benefit out of a bolt on exhaust is vorsteiner, has this changed?
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      03-15-2010, 12:23 PM   #2
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I think JLo's rear section has the most torque.
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I think JLo's rear section has the most torque.
i like kim's rear section better
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If you're talking strictly axle back, none of the will give you much of a gain. If you want a noticeable increase in torque you'll need to get a header back (cat-delete) system.
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If you're talking strictly axle back, none of the will give you much of a gain. If you want a noticeable increase in torque you'll need to get a header back (cat-delete) system.
I would, the only problem is I don't want to get a tune to avoid CEL because it will void warranty.
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I would, the only problem is I don't want to get a tune to avoid CEL because it will void warranty.
not necessarily
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I would, the only problem is I don't want to get a tune to avoid CEL because it will void warranty.
Get a code clearer and clear them whenever they come up
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If you're talking strictly axle back, none of the will give you much of a gain. If you want a noticeable increase in torque you'll need to get a header back (cat-delete) system.
Well said!
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