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Exhaust For A Is200


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Well folks, just joined the forum.

Can anyone recommend a "tasty" exhaust system or even just a back box for a 2001 IS200 - don't want anything that will sound clatty or dung just get the note off the straight 6 :winky:

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blueflame exhaust sounds very good. nice and deep not too boy racer.

I second that! :winky: Very "tasty" sounding exhaust... not too noisy on long motorway drives..

doesnt do your head in on motorways forgot to say that

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I was thinking of having dual exit exhausts on mine. No sound or style change just really for cosmetics.

I see some of you have them on here. Whats the best company to have them made up?

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Or a Veilside if you can find one :winky: Now thats a great sounding exhaust :D

lol and a tad loud. I'm another recomendation for the blueflame

Where can you buy the Blueflame exhaust

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I'm looking for something to bring out the sound of the straight-6 without being obnoxious too. However would things like those being suggested be a problem with insurance, as most of them state no modifications, and I don't know if this would be major enough to count as such?

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the kazama are hard to get as prolex dont make them anymore. well i dont think they do so easy option will be a blueflame and if you are after dual exaust then i have no idea. i rather have one than dual looks nice. the only reason i dont like dual because i only seen them with the hks hi power ones and they are massive so maybe thats why?

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Blueflame can be bought on Ebay and some online stores or even direct from Blueflame like i did. It is very cheap for a Cat back system. The blueflame is quite loud when you first have it fitted but becomes a lot more subtle once the soot has built up inside. Blueflame will custom make you a dual exit exhaust as well.

The exhuast is a modification and will need to be declared as such to the insurance. Most insurance companies have these on their "favourite modifications" list along with <50mm lowering etc..... so isn't too expensive.

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