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Old 12-14-2011, 05:53 PM
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Greddy Turbo TI-C dual exhaust

SOLD: Hello, im known on my350z.com and have quite a bit of itrader there. Im new to the G35 but looking to change some things up and that is why i have this barely used Greddy Turbo Ti-C true dual exhaust for sale. It has only been used a few thousand miles on a stock g35 that is not lowered and has no issues at all. it is not scraped up or anything just dirty in the pics as its on the car and the car was driven in the rain the other day getting it home. It will shine right up to brand new. The car is put away for winter so as soon as the exhaust sells ill pull it off and ship it out (LOcal pickup preferred). if it doesnt sell ill keep rocking it. Sells for 1310 shipped here from vendors looking to get 800 for it firm.


Price:$800.00
Location: upstate NY, zip 13357

Prefer Local Pickup!!!
Will meet someone a reasonable distance
 
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Old 12-14-2011, 05:55 PM
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Taken from Website:

GReddy Racing Ti-C Cat-back Exhausts combine the design, looks and flow of our Full Racing Titanium systems with the durability, deep sound, value and large application list of our other Stainless Steel street systems. True dual 2.75 results in outstanding performance on both forced induction and normally aspirated applications.best selling exhaust for the 350Z/G35!

This fusion of aggressive styling and practical construction, makes this the logical choice for both Race and Street Enthusiasts. The systems are comprised of a Titanium heat-treated tip, polished stainless steel muffler, unpolished stainless steel piping. It improves high and mid-range performance
 
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Old 12-15-2011, 06:59 PM
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Old 12-16-2011, 11:43 AM
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all pm's replied...
 
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pm's replied..taking the exhaust off tomorrow..still prefer local pickup but considering shipping at this time to a potential buyer.
 
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Old 12-17-2011, 11:15 AM
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pm's replied...alot of interest from the exhaust...

yes i will ship at buyers expense but at this time still prefer local pickup.(its basically sold thru shipping just waiting till the exhaust is off to take payment and give locals a chance)
exhaust is coming off today and getting boxed up (hopefully) so i can get exact shipping quotes to a few ppl inquiring. So at this time still for sale for local pickup
 
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exhuast is off and in the process of boxing up..local pickup still preferred..
 
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bump...pics off the car
 
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paypal received....sold
 
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Exhaust question

Just curious what exhaust did you end up replacing this with?
 
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Why did you sell?
 
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invidia gemini true dual with rolled titanium tips is what i replaced it with. i sold the greddy because i hate the sound of these exhausts that totally change the vq sound and are nothing but loud and it had horrible horrible drone while cruising. i just dont like the deep truckish v6 sound that this exhaust and other ones give out that are this style exhaust, plus i dont like the way the big cans on the back looked. when i bought my car this exhaust was already on. i bought the invidia for the clean look and to quiet it down basically and give it the tone i wanted. i had a nismo s tune on my z and loved it and the invidia exhaust sounds alot like that.
 
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Old 03-26-2012, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by tylerxfire View Post
invidia gemini true dual with rolled titanium tips is what i replaced it with. i sold the greddy because i hate the sound of these exhausts that totally change the vq sound and are nothing but loud and it had horrible horrible drone while cruising. i just dont like the deep truckish v6 sound that this exhaust and other ones give out that are this style exhaust, plus i dont like the way the big cans on the back looked. when i bought my car this exhaust was already on. i bought the invidia for the clean look and to quiet it down basically and give it the tone i wanted. i had a nismo s tune on my z and loved it and the invidia exhaust sounds alot like that.
Good to know. Was wondering because I have the Ti-C on order and I don't know much about it, other then it being the only 2.75" resonated exhaust I can find.
 
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Old 03-26-2012, 05:27 PM
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ya no issues with it, its a good exhaust with alot of flow thats for sure. Just not what i was going for..
 
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I also had the Greddy Ti-C a while back..definitely be prepared for a deep, loud exhaust note with a lot of drone. I believe it replaced the EvoTT and it was made for turbo applications.

I did like the burnt tip finish on them though and the mufflers didn't look bad but I didn't like how the tips came out at a slight angle..I prefer the exhaust tips coming out straight.
 

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