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Only 3 times less $$$ than the OEM GTR NISMO SpecV too lol

17 lbs lighter than the standard exhaust. "I think" the GTR NISMO /SpecV is only 12-15 lbs lighter than standard but that might be due to the heat sinks added on or maybe the tips are heavier or the Ti is thicker in general
 

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Looks like the stock exhaust in Ti boring !!
 

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Why do they insist on keeping the stock design? It looks very restrictive in terms of airflow...
 

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Someone needs to let Nismo know their calendar is horribly out of date.
 

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Why do they insist on keeping the stock design? It looks very restrictive in terms of airflow...
From what we've seen, exhausts in this configuration seemed to flow the most freely due to the smooth curves / bends.

However, not up-sizing the piping diameter seems like a bit of a waste on Nismo's part.

By the way, if anyone is seriously interested in this exhaust, we'll be able to source them directly from Nissan Japan.
 

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Nismo is now working on their 70's GTR Ti exhaust too. It's about time!!
 

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Haha! Send them a Titan 102 pic and tell them to get with the times ;)
The thing with the 100mm+ exhausts is that they're overkill for 90% of GT-R owners. You gain very minimal benefit from having a sub-1100hp GT-R with a 100mm exhaust, and often gain issues with drone and driveability in the process. Unfortunately, it quite literally has become "bigger is better" with regards to exhausts for the GT-R, and most people talk about the "benefits" of the having 100mm exhaust without truly knowing whether there are actually any gains to be had.
 

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The thing with the 100mm+ exhausts is that they're overkill for 90% of GT-R owners. You gain very minimal benefit from having a sub-1100hp GT-R with a 100mm exhaust, and often gain issues with drone and driveability in the process. Unfortunately, it quite literally has become "bigger is better" with regards to exhausts for the GT-R, and most people talk about the "benefits" of the having 100mm exhaust without truly knowing whether there are actually any gains to be had.
Can't dispute where the goodness of a 100mm system begins to take effect, but the Titan (regardless of diameter) is a simpler, more elegant design and looks the part for a $4K exhaust. This NISMO thing is lacking - that is the only point I was making.
 
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