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Old 16th July 2008, 02:22   #1
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Eisenhaus: Meisterschaft GT2 & Titanium GT2?

What are the differences between these and the old Meisterschaft GT? (Sound Wise)
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Old 16th July 2008, 03:20   #2
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I'm not 100% sure on the difference but here is a video of the Titanium GT2

http://kr.youtube.com/watch?v=OtI0pLFqEkc
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Yeah I saw the video, and that is why I found out about their new products. Thanks anyways
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one thing for sure is that with the titanium system, the weight must be almost cut in half. And also, if left natural, you get that sick blue burnt titanium look after some use.

These are about the only thing I can imagine different.
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Yea I know, but what I am most curious about is the loudness. Meister GT is already insanely loud. I dont know if the Titanium has a deeper (nicer) sound, or just louder...compared with the old GT. Also, Eisenhaus already upgraded the old GT to GT2.
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usually ti exhaust is deeper than ss.
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Interesting how it's always new members who ask questions about Meisterschaft products and never long-term members...
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I don't know about that. I'm just lazy to make phone calls after seeing the new videos of the GT2 and Ti GT2 exhausts. Anyways, the questions still remain..... but thanks all for the inputs
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Interesting how it's always new members who ask questions about Meisterschaft products and never long-term members...
you get caught up in all the drama and bs. They are all quality products who gives a rats ... if its someone that left to start a new brand and manufacture in korea instead.

I wouldn't trade my meistershaft for any other exhaust the sound is second to none.
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