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    Re: Cat back suggestions

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    lmao... i see hondas walk v8s all the time.... your just mad cause you probably got beat by an economy car
    I don't get beat by economy cars. Not hating though, I'm in the process of building a turbo kit for my roommates 93 hatch.

    Whatever you get, don't let it have a massive can in the back, looks tacky on the type of car you drive (factory looking sedan).

    This one doesn't look too outrageous and magnaflow will be stainless and warrantied I believe.
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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Most of your popular tuner brands (apexi, injen, DC Sports) will most likely sound pretty raspy. One thing I would like to ask though, is do you have a Cold Air Intake? On almost all small displacement engines, the Cold Air kits will actually deepen the tone of the exhaust and make them sound a little more throaty. I would recommend that if you haven't already.



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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by R34P3R View Post
    No replacement for displacement.
    lies... booossstttttttttt



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    Its not as loud as it should be, you stop hearing it about a block away. you should be able to hear it a quarter mile away.
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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    This Jegs link has the different magnaflow kits for the different Civic models.
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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    actually apexi makes a very good deep and quiet sounding exhaust its call the world sport 2. Apexi isnt cheap by far they are right up there with HKS



    Quote Originally Posted by predxen View Post
    Its not as loud as it should be, you stop hearing it about a block away. you should be able to hear it a quarter mile away.
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    You need to keep the smoke INSIDE the amplifier. Once you've allowed all the happy smoke to escape the amp will stop working.
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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by SplAffair View Post
    lies... booossstttttttttt
    eh it would take a lot of boost on a civic to take my old car out.



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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    OP, look into Corsa Exhaust. Corsa has a system called RSC (reflective sound cancellation). I chose them for my Tundra so I didn't get the redneck glass pack sound. My catback is a dual single-side out amd was around $700. I'm sure they're less for your car and I sure you won't get that typical "rocks in a tin can sound" as you would with the 8" culvert pipe sticking out of the back.



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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    maybe if you didn't have a car that attract's fairies i would suggest an exhaust.



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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by drockstar View Post
    OP, look into Corsa Exhaust. Corsa has a system called RSC (reflective sound cancellation). I chose them for my Tundra so I didn't get the redneck glass pack sound. My catback is a dual single-side out amd was around $700. I'm sure they're less for your car and I sure you won't get that typical "rocks in a tin can sound" as you would with the 8" culvert pipe sticking out of the back.
    im not sure corsa makes exhaust for hondas...



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    Quote Originally Posted by SplAffair View Post
    actually apexi makes a very good deep and quiet sounding exhaust its call the world sport 2. Apexi isnt cheap by far they are right up there with HKS
    They are very solid. I think most of the companies have an assortment of exhaust systems to cater to the different needs of their customers. Not everyone wants a radical straight through design, and some people absolutely need them for boosted applications. Full exhausts are proven to rob your car of over 60hp in some cases. I'll be running my downpipe through the side of the front bumper..

    As seen here



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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by xShoWTeKx View Post
    maybe if you didn't have a car that attract's fairies i would suggest an exhaust.



    Quote Originally Posted by predxen View Post
    Its not as loud as it should be, you stop hearing it about a block away. you should be able to hear it a quarter mile away.
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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    what the hell you guys pay 600$ for my back?




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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by skylineTT View Post
    They are very solid. I think most of the companies have an assortment of exhaust systems to cater to the different needs of their customers. Not everyone wants a radical straight through design, and some people absolutely need them for boosted applications. Full exhausts are proven to rob your car of over 60hp in some cases. I'll be running my downpipe through the side of the front bumper..

    As seen here
    that's pretty

    there is a boosted 4th gen camaro local here that ran his out the front bumper he's pretty quick too. (5.6/5.7's 1/8th)



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    Quote Originally Posted by skylineTT View Post
    They are very solid. I think most of the companies have an assortment of exhaust systems to cater to the different needs of their customers. Not everyone wants a radical straight through design, and some people absolutely need them for boosted applications. Full exhausts are proven to rob your car of over 60hp in some cases. I'll be running my downpipe through the side of the front bumper..

    As seen here
    thats a big snail. how much you running?



    Quote Originally Posted by predxen View Post
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    Re: Cat back suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by xShoWTeKx View Post
    that's pretty

    there is a boosted 4th gen camaro local here that ran his out the front bumper he's pretty quick too. (5.6/5.7's 1/8th)
    That isn't bad. I'm sure he has his suspension dialed very well. Usually the 4th Gen guys have to run the gay rear mount setups but if they spend some quality time doing fabrication and stuff, they will get it mounted in the bay, which is way better for boost.

    Quote Originally Posted by SplAffair View Post
    thats a big snail. how much you running?
    On the stock block, hopefully i'll be able to ram 13lbs into it before the block takes a dump all over the highway. Should see 510+ to the ground before that happens but we will see though. As soon as my block explodes (and it will), I'll be giving Dart a call and I'll run waayyy more boost.

    I was originally planning to run a 70mm with a .68 AR to run a more mild motor but I know for a fact that after this march, i'll be building a dart block up so I found a guy that had the 76 with a .96 AR so it is a better kit to build upon.



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