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Looking for any info on the True Dual Exhaust system from Beluga Racing. A lot of the reviews and photos/videos are of the original Beluga Racing Exhaust which is the

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Looking for any info on the True Dual Exhaust system from Beluga Racing. A lot of the reviews and photos/videos are of the original Beluga Racing Exhaust which is the single pipe exhaust that splits to the dual muffler tips. Looking to find out if anyone has these installed? Any photos, videos or experience with this exhaust is much appreciated. The only photos I've found of the exhaust are on the website. which is attached. I'm mostly concerned for clearance issues.


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There are some reviews of it on here. Do a search.
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+1 Definitely do a search and find out how horrible the fitment and quality of this exhaust is good luck.
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Thank you I'm familiar with the search option...

The majority of the search results are the Beluga Axel Back or the single pipe Y-pipe to dual exhaust tips. I'm interested in finding someone with this True dual set up. Looks like the motordyne rep.

Ive done a google search also no luck.
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+1 Definitely do a search and find out how horrible the fitment and quality of this exhaust is good luck.
from what i've searched poor fitment was for the axel back exhaust. not what I'm looking for.
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Beluga sells what all the others sell with different brand names. It's a taiwan/china white label product.

I have it (Rev9, via eBay for about $320 - https://rev9power.com/nissan-370z-vq...ess-steel.html), and its sound has changed a lot since I got it. First I disliked it, then a week later I liked it, then I disliked it, and now a few months later I love it. It's stopped changing. I think the mufflers are just really cheap. You could always weld in nicer ones *shrug*.

Build quality is great, really nice robotic welds and a great polish on what I believe is 304 stainless. Fitment is good, not great. It mounted easily and even, but my tips sit a little narrow and stick out maybe an inch further than I'd like. The shop that installed it said they can make it perfect for like an hour of labor, I just haven't done that yet since I was unsure if I'd keep it.

I'll try to get some video this weekend.
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Beluga sells what all the others sell with different brand names. It's a taiwan/china white label product.

I have it (Rev9, via eBay for about $320 - https://rev9power.com/nissan-370z-vq...ess-steel.html), and its sound has changed a lot since I got it. First I disliked it, then a week later I liked it, then I disliked it, and now a few months later I love it. It's stopped changing. I think the mufflers are just really cheap. You could always weld in nicer ones *shrug*.

Build quality is great, really nice robotic welds and a great polish on what I believe is 304 stainless. Fitment is good, not great. It mounted easily and even, but my tips sit a little narrow and stick out maybe an inch further than I'd like. The shop that installed it said they can make it perfect for like an hour of labor, I just haven't done that yet since I was unsure if I'd keep it.

I'll try to get some video this weekend.
thank you sir!
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