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    Quote Originally Posted by Cursed View Post
    FYI, my brand new delivered HKS ti weighs 23.2 pounds for the canister and stainless piping.

    Only downside I can see, there is a crimp at the vband clamp that creates a restriction down to 3.6 inches. Otherwise the tubing is 4" OD.

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    Adam,

    Does that weight include the HKS hangars that attach to the car as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1A1 View Post
    Adam,

    Does that weight include the HKS hangars that attach to the car as well?

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    Steve,

    With hangers, the weight of the HKS ti comes in at 27-lbs. We were careful to include all hangers and assorted bracketry when we conducted the Clash of the Titans II exhaust shootout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenHenderson View Post
    Steve,

    With hangers, the weight of the HKS ti comes in at 27-lbs. We were careful to include all hangers and assorted bracketry when we conducted the Clash of the Titans II exhaust shootout.

    Ken.
    Yea, that is pretty light. So you are talking about dropping maybe 10lbs for $1000.00? I don't know. I could see purchasing an entire new Ti exhaust system for around $1200-$1500, but if you already have the HKS Ti, I don't know if it makes much sense to drop it to save 10lbs of weight. That is practically nothing for a 3400lb car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenHenderson View Post
    Steve,

    With hangers, the weight of the HKS ti comes in at 27-lbs. We were careful to include all hangers and assorted bracketry when we conducted the Clash of the Titans II exhaust shootout.

    Ken.
    Yes, I only weighed the muffler with silencer and piping. In my mind the factory hangar mount and the two HKS hangar mounts are very close in overall weight that they negate any impact on the actual exhaust.

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    What about oval tubing?
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    8' pipe 4" Diameter weighed 6.5lbs friday.

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    Well, due to people not tying stuff down in their trucks whatever I ran over has broken up the baffles in my hks ti muffler. I'll be interested in picking one up once you guys have this all figured out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeatPHR View Post
    8' pipe 4" Diameter weighed 6.5lbs friday.
    If you can keep the muffler and hangers to ~3.5lbs it could be a 10lb 4" Ti exhaust. I'd be all over that, especially if the price is right.

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    interested in end result and pics..

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    I would really like to have a triple package with titanium intake pipe, radiator pipe, and intercooler plate. That will add a great look to the engine bay.

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    Is there any possibility that you guys might produce a 4" Ti V-band DP and MP as well?

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    Is there any possibility that you guys might produce a 4" Ti V-band DP and MP as well?
    put a $1000 deposit down and ill get it done.

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    If you produce a quality 4in tI catback exhaust around ten pounds including everything that is priced around other manufacturers I will buy it flat out , I would also buy the the 4in ti downpipe and mid pipe in addition I would buy other ti parts as long as they were ultralight , high quality and within reasonable prices ,my main concerns are weight , quality and sound

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    any updates with this?
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    Yes, Mufflers and Vband flanges are finished. We are waiting for our tubing to arrive.

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    Can't wait to see the finished product.

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    Any update on the TI exhaust? (Weight,fit,sound, price, pre-orders)

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    Definitely an interested buyer here.

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    This is a overdue update but we've started posting progress pics of the Ti exhaust on our fb page.

    Last edited by Powerhouse Racing; 02-19-2013 at 04:46 PM.

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    more pics please, back end pic and of the muffler.

    Hopefully it looks something like the garage whifbitz 4" titanium exhaust, then i could buy USA lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenHenderson View Post
    Not exactly. There is a distinct HKS ti sound on stock twins that no other exhaust has been able to duplicate, IMO. While the car had HKS 280 cams, listen to the vids of Kamira's stock twins car with the HKS ti. It's about as aggressive and nice sounding as stock twins can be, IMO. The key to that sound, of course, is HKS muffler technology which nobody has been able to duplicate for sound AND flow. Anybody can make 4-inch piping but the HKS R & D on the Racing Titanium was extensive and it still shows after all these years (and this was done when HKS was a true powerhouse; not the company it is today that does not even have a USDM presence). This is why the absolute best combo, IMO, would be PHR titanium piping mated to the HKS ti muffler.

    Ken.
    Hey cool, thanks for the shoot out haha

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    Thanks for the great Clip maybe when you have some time you guys can post one driving and revving some.

    But the Quality is World Class like all your Products.

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