Awesome. I am still deciding between the Greddy EVO or the Injen SES. I am leaning towards the Injen but only because it might be a little cheaper from what I have found. I have no idea which sounds better (or louder) but that is subjective I guess.
IMO, the greddy is the better exhaust. I have only heard one clip of the injen where I thought it sounded ok. The greddy is awesome. I don't think there is a person out there that has it and says, I don't like the sound.
the evo is better, so much better actually that my friend made a deal with me that if i didn't like the greddy after it broke in, that he'd pay me the difference in price between that and the injen out of his own pocket
I am certainly not trying to be a ass or anything but what exactly makes it better? better fit, better quality, better sound, louder - quieter, more HP/TQ? Help me out here.
It is my understanding that aftermarket exhaust makes little difference HP wise so that leaves you with fit/quality and sound. My point is that I can get the Injen system delivered for $812 but the GReddy EVO is more like $1,200 (am I wrong here?).
If we are talking about a few extra horses for 50% more cost than I have better things to do with the extra $400.
What do you guys think? The GReddy does look great and obviously there are some fans out there.
What about Tanabe? Anyone try that exhaust? I understand it is loud but that is all I have heard (ha ha - I made a pun) about it.
You can get the Injen for $770 shipped to your door. I just put mine on this wknd and I love it...I had the Topseed Pro-1 on before which was too loud for me w/my RT Cats...but the Cats and the Injen sound amazing...Its just loud enough for me but at the same time not too loud. But this is all personal preference.
hey Gsoccer24 i'm installing my evo 2 exhaust, and I had to take it offf b/c they didnt provide engough gaskets and nuts and bolts -plus relocation of the evap? could you walk me through? I really neeed help
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