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DC Sports SCS Exhaust

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Old 01-01-2010, 02:34 PM
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Exclamation DC Sports SCS Exhaust

I'm thinking about purchasing the DC Sports SCS cat-back exhaust, in addition to the DC ceramic headers for my 07 GD3. I was also thinking about the Greddy EVO2 axle back, since the two systems are only $50 apart. Any advice on my choices? Past experiences with these components?
 
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Old 01-09-2010, 09:31 PM
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I can only speak for the ceramic header. I've been running it for about ten months and have only great things to report. Fitment is perfect, midrange power is noticeably improved, noise wasn't increased by enough to be worth mentioning. This is on my 08 GD3, manual tranny. If the rest of their exhaust stuff is as good as their header, i would say you can't go wrong!
 
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Old 01-09-2010, 11:13 PM
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Id say stick with the same company.
 
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Anybody knows the piping diameter of that Exhaust? I wonder if it's 2'' or 2¼''...

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I've got the DC Sports exhaust and it is OK... the diameter is 2". The stainless steel isn't the best. The muffler is a little to large. I'm not lowered and it has hit on driveways to where there is a crack between muffler and tip.
 
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I've got the dc sports intake, headers and cat-back installed on my car and it's been absolutely phenomenal. It's a bit louder then I would have liked since it is my daily driver, but they make a silencer so problem solved. Right now I'm at stock height and I'm not even close to hitting the exhaust, I'm installing eibach lowering springs next week and I shouldn't have any issues with the exhaust hitting
 
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Originally Posted by cnordt24 View Post
I've got the dc sports intake, headers and cat-back installed on my car and it's been absolutely phenomenal. It's a bit louder then I would have liked since it is my daily driver, but they make a silencer so problem solved. Right now I'm at stock height and I'm not even close to hitting the exhaust, I'm installing eibach lowering springs next week and I shouldn't have any issues with the exhaust hitting
I'd love to hear it. I'm sure most of us all would.
 
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