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Old 08-31-2017, 02:29 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default 2007 Maxima Catbck Exhaust Research

Looking for a quality throaty catback exhaust for my 2007 Maxima SE. I like the Megan Racing exhaust but it doesn't fit the 6th Gen. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Default Re: 2007 Maxima Catbck Exhaust Research

Hello OP here is one thread on exhaust. please search.
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Default Re: 2007 Maxima Catbck Exhaust Research

Hey um - I have a 2007 Nissan Maxima Spec-R (upgraded from Maxima Ti) - which I am pretty certain is the same as your US Maxima SE

Anyway when NZ Nissan upgraded to Spec-R they added a Remus Catback that has like a middle muffler to a y pipe to double muffler + tips out the rear. Now I didn't even know Remus existed until I got this car and it sounds really nice.

Quiet below 1.8k rpm pretty loud above 2.7k but not loud enough to disturb the rumbling, oh man, it is so hard to explain but I am very , very happy with the Remus.
Like a Z thats a bit more rumbly and getting increasing with the insane torquey VQ

I am assuming the mufflers are all increasing the sound because I thought I would remove the middle muffler to increase sound. But no way, it's there for a reason, it is perfected.

Side note: CVT makes it sound even better and when cruising back down after sounding like a twin turbo V8 launching, it almost sounds like a Supercharger or some kind of race brakes working away - I always think, especially at night time, people walking past must actually think race car. You would never guess N/A 3.5 V6 with a CVT haha..

amazing piece of machinery
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