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Old 13-06-2015, 10:45 AM   #1
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Has anyone on here fitted a beluga or similar dual exhaust system from ebay etc, these look on me like the same as the japspeed etc systems but come with the extender pipe for the 350gt.

Any feedback on the fitment and sound etc?.

Beluga Racing For 350Z Infiniti G35 Z33 Stainless True Dual Catback Exhaust | eBay
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They are just yet another generic HKS dual copy exhaust, I would suspect they are all made at the same factory, some report good fit some bad, I had a good one that didn't require much fetteling.
Some also say the loose you some low end torque due to loss of back pressure, apart from this being a bit of a myth, as its a lot more complicated than just size and restriction.
Anyway I made a pretty std dyno graph with one of these fitted, just don't fit with decats unless you like LOUD!
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Ok cheers they dont sound too bad then, no would be keeping the cats and go for fast flow cats at some point too..
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Even hi flow cats will make a hell of a difference in sound mate..
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Yeah ok don't really want mega loud I suppose did that with the r33 gtr.. Really want to find something about as loud as I've on the car right now so not that loud..
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Was considering removing the cats from mine but you guys are making me second guess o_O
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Don't get me wrong, it sounds nice and I'm happy with it but it is loud on heavy acceleration.
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Ok Think I'll change my plans and go for a system like that one I've got on the car instead..

Cheers for the advice
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Oh right, heavy acceleration. So keeping it under 3000RPM and driving on highways would be fine? Not too loud/droning?

I had removed them with a previous car but at that time I got the whole cat-back exhaust done. She was fine.
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It drones a little bit but once your up to speed it's not bad...
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