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Hi !

Was directed to this wonderful forum by a friend....

I am writing from Singapore, far far away... currently driving an 4200GT Cambiocorsa and loving every minute..

My previous rides include a BMW 320 coupe, BMW 325 cabriolet, a mini cooper and a Mitsubishi EVO IX... but the maser really rocks! Definitely the best car I have owned so far.. :>

My car is the "facelifted" one - with the new kit as well as the larger trident/grille in front..

Looking to add on a TUBI... (what an awesome sound...) but its kind of pricey though... also hoping to add some 19 inches HREs sometime in the future..

Possible only regret - that I didnt buy the gransport!!!!! haha...

Hope to learn some good stuff over here and share my passion for the mystique and lure of the Trident.

Cheers!
 

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welcome

say again, very welcome. looking forward to your postings. i just have really have enjoyed years of road trips 17000 miles, so far. town travel is a constant attention getter, some added attraction. straight pipes will get the same sound more/less as high$ pipe kit. really a little to loud for me, try removing rear ones first. i was very pleased with the sound results. bought my 02cc spyder in Dec. of 2002 would have more miles, but i own 18 maserati. they are all special.
 

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Hi Bundas,

Thanks for sharing... could I ask clarify what you meant by removing the rear ones first?? How do i do the custom pipes without paying the high$$?

Thanks!!

(wow... you owned 18 maseratis!!! amazing..)
 

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Welcome! Loved Singapur when I was there couple of years back though. Good Luck with your car and looking forward to your postings and experiences.
 

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Hi Bundas,

Thanks for sharing... could I ask clarify what you meant by removing the rear ones first?? How do i do the custom pipes without paying the high$$?
You've got a single muffler back of the catalytic converter (I'm assuming you have those in Singapore) and then there's a smaller resonator box further downstream right behind each set of quad tips.

You can remove those resonators and replace them with straight pipes (and tuned tips) for a much better sound and slight gain in HP from reduced backpressure.
 
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