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Old 11-27-2018, 05:54 PM
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Advice on Aftermarket Exhaust

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I am looking for an aftermarket exhaust for my 2013 Convertible. Is there any that you guys can recommend? I do have a Berks High Flow cat on there already.
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Old 11-27-2018, 08:51 PM
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Check on out sample clips on YouTube. I know there are plenty out there with Berks HFCs.

Having said that, I'm biased and love my Motordyne catback exhaust. The only other one I would consider going to (if money wasn't an option) would be the full Titanium Meisterschaft exhaust. There are plenty of other great sounding exhausts out there though and endless combinations it seems. Fast Intentions make a nice one as well as ARK. Do some research though because some exhausts when paired with test pipes or HFCs will create more rasp than others. That's why I paired mine up with the Motordyne ART pipes because they are designed to work together and have the least amount of rasp. I reduced it even further by wrapping my ART pipes in header wrap and DEI high temp spray.

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Old 11-28-2018, 08:59 AM
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Thank you for your advice! I did not know that the 'full Titanium Meisterschaft exhaust' costs so much. I actually am heavily considering the Motordyne ART pipes, they sound amazing for the price with low rasp. The trouble I'm having is making sure I get correct fitment. Is there a different configuration for convertible vs coupe?
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Old 11-29-2018, 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by NamTDuong View Post
Thank you for your advice! I did not know that the 'full Titanium Meisterschaft exhaust' costs so much. I actually am heavily considering the Motordyne ART pipes, they sound amazing for the price with low rasp. The trouble I'm having is making sure I get correct fitment. Is there a different configuration for convertible vs coupe?
Yeah they make a stainless steel one as well that is cheaper. I would contact them directly or search around on the forums. I want to say yes they should fit but like we say at my job, trust but verify.
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Old 12-24-2018, 02:40 PM
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i liked my stillen catback exhaust because it quieted down the berks quite a bit
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Old 12-31-2018, 08:07 PM
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I have been looking to change my exhaust system. I've settled on the Stillen catback exhaust. Even though it's more expensive, the research I've done suggests they give the most increase in HP and the best sound. The stock exhaust is nice, but I love to modify my convertible.
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Old 12-31-2018, 09:34 PM
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Best sound? It sounds good but it's near the bottom of the list for me. Best gains? I'm not so sure about that, Tomei will net some of the biggest gains. Check out AdminTuning on YouTube. Motordyne is high on the list as far as gains and IMO one of the best sounding (especially when paired with ART pipes). I would consider Tomei, Meisterschaft, Motordyne, and Fast Intentions before going Stillen. Another exhaust that is becoming more popular (especially with the Z guys) is ISR. They make some good looking stuff, have great gains, and sounds good. Choose Make/Model - Nissan - 370Z & G37 - Exhaust - ISR Performance Parts, LLC
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