My Lexus LS400's Exhaust (Part II)

This is after I got the piping done from the cats back. It's 2.25", and an X-pipe coming soon. Car doesn't sound nearly as raspy as that in person, but is much louder and deeper. It's also lowered on Tanabe DF210 springs/Tokico HP struts, and riding 18" SSR A-Dish wheels.

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Ls400 Exhaust
Removed resonators, Jones full boar SS mufflers with Dual tips.





1991 Lexus LS400 with X Pipes & MagnaFlow exhaust
2.5 inch pipes from cats all the way back. And some cute tips for the look.. I had straight pipes on my GS, hated it.. too loud.. so I got the X Pipes.. sounds alot better now. Nice and deep.





Regular Car Reviews: 1990 Lexus LS400
The LS400 wasn't meant to turn a profit, it was meant to draw people into the brand, to help establish the Lexus name in the marketplace. And...I mean, it worked, didn't it? Lexus quickly became the best-selling luxury nameplate in the U.S., establishing itself in the market in ways neither Mercedes nor BMW could match among your regular consumer. Even today, Lexus is a name that inspires notions of a farther-reaching legacy than it actually has. It sounds like old money when it's really noveau riche.





The Million Mile Lexus on Track - LS400 Fast Blast - Everyday Driver
Matt Farah's 1996 LS400 has been all over the US in the hands of many journalists and friends racking up miles toward its 1,000,000 mile roll-over. When it came through Salt Lake City, we decided to do something absurd, and took it to Miller Motorsports Park. Because nothing says track car like a twenty-year-old million mile luxury car! Subscribe for Weekly Videos on Thursdays! If you'd like to help us do more films and go more places, become a Patron: Patreon.com/EverydayDriver Our "Car Debate" Audio Podcasts is every Tuesday here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/everyday-driver-car-debate/id901453417? mt=2 - Also on Stitcher or wherever you find Podcasts - Join us: Facebook.com/EverydayDriver Follow us: Twitter.com/EverydayDriver




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