Amazing car exhaust sounds. - Hyundai Tiburon, Toyota GT86, Toyota Celica st202, Ford Mustang.
Amazing car Exhaust sounds. - Hyundai
Tiburon, Toyota GT86, Toyota Celica st202, Ford Mustang.
Subaru BRZ Nameless Muffled Track Pipe
Hyundai Tiburon se Exhaust
Toyota GT86 Tomei UEL, Motive Overpipe , Ark Test Pipe, Ark DTS
Toyota Celica st202 3SGE Beams with Kakimoto racin Exhaust
turbo Chevrolet Cavalier
turbo V6 Ford Mustang Custom Exhaust
Holden VE SSV Cam Exhaust
Holden Vz ssz cam heads (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tFiUZBr760) by
Jeep SRT8 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KW_5rHkUfRU) by
2004 Tiburon OBX Exhaust
My 2004 Hyundai Tiburon with an OBX dual Exhaust. Start up, idle, and rev sound.
Most, if not all, of your questions can be found at newtiburon(dot)com.
Exhaust related questions:
Q: What OBX model is that?
A: OBX Type R dual Exhaust, cat-back
Q: Any problems with the cops?
A: No problems with the Exhaust.
Q: Where did you get the Exhaust? How
much did it cost?
A: I bought the Exhaust used (in near
mint condition) from a forum member at the above URL, set me back around
$250 shipped. I think I've seen them on eBay/Amazon around $350
Q: How much did it cost to set the Exhaust (install it)?
A: Only a few hours of my time, did it myself. Not sure what a shop would
charge but it's a basic install with jack stands and air tools.
Q: Did you have to make any modifications or was it a complete bolt-on?
A: It was a direct bolt on with no alterations necessary. Perfect fitment!
Q: What tail lights do you have, where can I get them, etc...?
A: They are stock tail lights from an 05-06 Tiburon blacked out. Not too
dark you can't see the brake lights, just dark enough.
Q: What bumper is that? Where can I get it?
A: The bumper is an AIT GT-Spec bumper (Zefiro Ronda knockoff). Purchased
used from a local member of the forums. Google is your friend here, they
can be found numerous places online. Someone rear-ended me and I got a
replacement straight from AIT, courtesy of the D-bags insurance.
Q: Was the bumper silver when you got it, or did you have to color match
A: Bought new they come primered only, you will have to get them color
My 1970 Charger
Another down time vid. This is my 1970 Dodge Charger. It has a built 440 in
it, this video was filmed with open headers. Also, Ben Jones(Cooter), John
Schneider(Bo Duke), and Rick Hurst(Cletus Hogg) signed my visors. I may be
going to the '08 Dukes Fest in Atlanta to have the other remaining
characters from The Dukes of Hazzard sign it as well.
Supercharged Tiburon GT - Exhaust cutout Exhaust cutout installed on my
supercharged Hyundai Tiburon GT.
Some will call this "ricer", but i personnaly have a lot of fun with that
mod. I love to be able to switch so easily between a "normal" sound an a
"rally car" sound. Don't ask if performance is better when cutout is
opened, i haven't Dynoed it yet ; it may be, but
not by much, considering the welding shop replaced more of the piping than
planned so it's 2.5" until it splits to the Evofusion dual 2".
5 years ago, i had bought a Evofusion catback. It was ok for NA mods, but
i'm now supercharged, and i'm about to install an even bigger MP90 Supercharger, so that tiny 2.25" catback was
becoming a problem. But i loved its sound and the looks of its tips. So i
had most of the catback replaced by some 2.5" piping, except for the rear
that remained the original Evofusion. I had the Exhaust cutout placed between the 2.5 and the
2.25" section (i had first tried it just after the headers and the sound
was totally unbearable). My objective was to keep a bearable sound when
cutout was opened, thanks to the resonator. But the Magnaflow muffler 10436
muffler proved not to be enough to reduce sound, even with closed cutout,
so i deleted the Hurricane high flow cat and replaced it with a Vibrant
1141 resonator which did quite a good job to bring sound to a more decent
level. The final result, when cutout is closed, is a deeper and a bit
louder sound than with the unmodified Evofusion Exhaust, and a very agressive rally sound when
cutout is opened.
Hyundai Coupe Review - With Richard Hammond (2002)
Richard Hammond takes to the road in a Hyundai Coupe and reviews its
performance, practicality, and style. Its 2.7 litre V6 engine produces 165
BHP and averages 27.2 MPG- furthermore, it does 0-60 in 8.2 seconds and has
a top speed of 136 MPH.