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exhaust systems hawaii

Discussion in 'Hawaii' started by itos808, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. itos808

    itos808 [OP] Active Member

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    Just wondering if anyone here went to exhaust systems hawaii. I want to get an exhaust but idk what to get. so lmk what u guys exhaust you got and how much you paid lol
     
  2. TRDeeznutz

    TRDeeznutz Well-Known Member

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    Tint, hids, fog light mod, leds, borla pro xs muffler swap, 5100s all around, revtek 1.5" aal and a 1" block
    I did my muffler swap wit dem in October. Borla pro xs 2.25" single/single muffler swap wit stainless steel rolled tip muffler. Paid $430. They only do flowmaster an borla for trucks. I went wit borla cuz it's a full stainless steel muffler an wont rust. Well not as fast as flows.
     
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    K&N drop-in filter, AFE performance exhaust, mild sounds by Kicker/Alpine and BedRug. 7.5" lift/18x10 Moto metal black 962/33" Toto M/Ts.
    I went online at autoanything and bought the AFE exhaust system. Paid less than $325 with shipping included and you can install it yourself at home with a 17MM and 12MM socket/wrench. Good luck with which ever one you chose, Aloha!
     
  4. TRDeeznutz

    TRDeeznutz Well-Known Member

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    Tint, hids, fog light mod, leds, borla pro xs muffler swap, 5100s all around, revtek 1.5" aal and a 1" block
    I jus did a muffler swap bcuz its already stainless steal an perfectly sized for our trucks.
     
  5. itos808

    itos808 [OP] Active Member

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    thanks guys
     
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    Go and see Roland in Kailua. I got the dynomax turbo and i love it! Better throttle response and only slightly louder than stock.
     
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    Bought an Aero Turbine 2525XL from eBay and had Exhaust Systems Hawaii install it. Also had them do a turn down pre-axle. I'm pretty happy with how it sounds. I'm so glad I got the resonated version. Any louder, I would go crazy on rides longer than 30 mins.
     
  8. 808DAKINE

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    Cold air, Sounds, lift, lights, exhaust and a canoe!
    I swapped out my setup for a super 44 and 3' piping. All you need is some pb spray and a few wrenches.
     
  9. MikeyTG

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    No experience w/ exhaust systems HI, but if you're going to shop, I would try asking them to reroute the crossover as well (and pre/post axle turn down like rka mentioned). They might do it for just a little extra since you're getting a new muffler through them.

    ---^ not worth it if you don't off-road ever as it's only minimal clearance gain
     
  10. bongaloman001

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    Tint, Aero Turbine 2525XL Muffler, Weathertech Floor Mats
    Just installed an aero turbine 2525xl on my new 2014. Went to exhaust systems on university since the waipahu location have a bunch of a-holes working there. Paid about 220 to swap out my stock muffler for new one and tip. The welds are clean and nice...no bird poop welds and they're fast.
     
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    808DAKINE Well-Known Member

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    Cold air, Sounds, lift, lights, exhaust and a canoe!
    Forgot to mention, i dumped mine over the rear axel too.
     
  12. III

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    i got da same as TRDeeznutz. a lotta guys also go with 14" magnaflow (well on xru forums anyhow) but ESH stocks borla which is also a great brand. at idle its just a slight hum barely even noticable, but give it a bit of gas and its a nice tone. tried to keep it mellow this time around... haha
     
  13. TRDeeznutz

    TRDeeznutz Well-Known Member

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    Tint, hids, fog light mod, leds, borla pro xs muffler swap, 5100s all around, revtek 1.5" aal and a 1" block
    Yeah i went wit borla bcuz its a mellow tone. Not raspy or loud an irritating. Exhaust is personel preferance.
     
  14. adio

    adio Do. Or do not. There is no try. -Master Yoda

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    Thought about going to ESH when I couldn't find the exhaust I wanted. I ended up getting a used TRD catback exhaust from a member(kh7nm) on here.

    Man, I love it. Not to loud on cruising speed. Love the sound when you gas it:D
     
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    5100s, OME 885, Driver side spacer, 2" aal, TRD exhaust, 5k HIDs, LED interior lights, Grillcraft grille, 1" Bora wheel spacers, 12" P3 sub, Wet Okole seat covers, G Tek sill protectors
    I got a TRD exhaust also. Got it from my salesman, Henry, for $380-400, cant remember exact price. Installed it myself, would have been an extra $100 if Toyota did it.
     
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