Five Aftermarket Exhausts Sound Off

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Having just the right exhaust note is more important than people think.

Not every enthusiast feels the need to completely rip apart their new sports car and crank the horsepower numbers up past a thousand. But not every one of those that don’t will necessarily want to keep it stock either. For those in between, there are the more subtle personalization touches, and a custom titanium exhaust is one of the better of these. The video here will show five different cars with systems from Akrapovic.

The prices of these systems range from $2,195 for the Nissan 370Z -getting more expensive the pricier the car- to $13,995 for the Mercedes SLS AMG.

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