What price do you think they going for used?I had this exhaust back in the day. Very quiet. Almost like stock. Sounded amazing when the boost came on though. Makotoautotrends.com has it listed for sale but this exhaust has been long discontinued. Keep checking the for sale section. They pop up occasionally.
Just need a quiet exhaust for epa. Don't mind a drop in performance. Worst case I'll just get an NA exhaust. There really cheap.I also had this exhaust when I bought the car in 2001. Very quite ... too quite for my taste and was restrictive during highway pulls. I noticed a significant difference in acceleration when replaced.
Already PM'd him.here is one in the for Sale section http://www.supraforums.com/forum/showthread.php?1014690-FS-6-speed-ECU-HKS-Bomex-Sparco-Trust
What are these exhaust selling for used these days?Another option is the Tanabe Touring Medallion; I currently have this on my car and am completely satisfied. I actually like the Tanabe much better - fitment is much better, lighter and flows considerably better, IMO. I had the Greddy SP exhaust on a previous MKIV and in comparison the Tanabe is just as quiet, IMO. If I had to put a number to it, both are no more than 10% louder than stock?
Further, the Tanabe does impede flow that much. My setup consist of 6766/PHR street kit which trapped 134 MPH consistently. After putting a 3" boost activated cutout, my trap speeds increased to 136 MPH - track temps were 85* and boost 30psi in all runs.
SP vs 3.5 straight through exhaust had 10 hp difference.... That's excellent.I liked my SP years ago, and don't agree that it is very restrictive. IIRC, the combined area of the smaller parallel pipes is same as 3.5+". I once saw a shop dyno a 700hp car, and the difference between SP on vs open side pipe was less than 10 whp