HKS hyper exhaust or Megan exhaust they both sound great but cant decide which one i like better

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Asked by Oct 14, 2009 at 12:17 AM about the Nissan 300ZX

Question type: Car Customization

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they are both loud as hell. if i have to choose i would choose the hks for quality. Megan fitment is alright. Too big of a tip for my taste. IMOP stick with dual tips.

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Well if you want a good exhaust with pros over nearly everything else, go with HKS. If you want a shitty exhaust that sounds bad, looks bad, and has a chance of not even fitting, go with Megan. HKS - IMO looks/sounds best (and it's not extremely loud), and in FACT flows better than any other exhaust available. There's one less bend. You'd never notice the difference, but still. Why spend more for less? Pic of mine attached. There's obviously a second side of it...

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do u know what the hp increase is on a cat back hks- for a NA??

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10 at wheel. 20 if TT. But, in reality, 0 on my butt dyno. Although with my JWT Popcharger I installed about a week before the exhaust the butt dyno told me over 10 lol. Claimed 8 wheel, 18 on TT.

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well thats just like easy ponys there ur luck to have a dyno man

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Haha I don't have a dyno man. A "butt dyno" is sort of a joke term meaning "I didn't get it dynoed, but it FELT like this much."

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haha nice, i like that

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