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Old 23-May-2006, 12:16 AM
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exhaust systems

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well heres the question i had a eg hatch and it was no problem finding a good exhaust system

but now i have a 95 si coupe and well cant seem to find a good full exhaust system

for it whats a good brand something nice and beefy with a good sound, if you know what i mean i dont want to sound like a weedwaker going down the street running on a cherry bomb muffer from canadian tire

can any one help me out hint on some good brands that make them for coupe si
and maybe some stores
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Old 23-May-2006, 12:41 AM
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4 dr sedan exhaust and coupes are the same aren't they? it shouldn't be a problem finding an exhaust for your coupe.

now what are your needs? is this a dd? so you want a quiet exhaust that gives you good gains in the mid range? or you want a flat out race exhaust to give you high end power thats so loud you cant talk to your passengers? go look at the rsr exmag the BE guys are selling in the group buy forum,
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Old 23-May-2006, 12:52 AM
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i'm looking for something quiet at start untill i give it if you know what i mean but i dont want it soo too too load, like i dont want to get pulled over for it , something that sounds good

and what do you mean by dd?
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daily driver, go with the rsr exmag for a nice street exhaust.
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Old 23-May-2006, 01:41 PM
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I love my Skunk 2 cat back.

Look into that because i have a number of firnds who switched from Greddy/APEXI to Skunk 2 cuz of the sound and research differences.
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Old 23-May-2006, 01:45 PM
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really if your engine is stock or close to it you're not gonna notice big gains with one brand over the other... pick one that has the sound you'd like... the tough part here is that everyone has their own preference to sound... maybe look up soundclips or come out to a meet sometime and listen to peoples exhausts and choose from there...
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motor is stock but planning to drop in a b20 boosted
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Old 23-May-2006, 02:24 PM
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and checked into skunk2 but nothing for 92-95 coupe
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Old 23-May-2006, 02:46 PM
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im running a custom midpipe with spoon n1 axle back and it's loud as f*ck! i gotta do something to quiet her down
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Old 23-May-2006, 03:38 PM
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instead of all that i would say a Custom Exhause of your choice...
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Old 23-May-2006, 06:37 PM
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Custom piping with magnaflow muffler or dynomax super turbo.

Dynomax super turbo is almost liek stock at idle, but does have a nice sound once you step on it. No chainsaw here.
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yeah custom piping with magnaflow muffler sounds the best for you... i have custom piping with a vibrant muffler and i love it......it's more on the loud side but no weedwacker stuff, it's got a nice "grummble" so to speak, it's loud, but a really nice loud.......
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Magnaflow with 3" custom piping. A nice deep rumble at idle and livens up when you step on it.
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Which exhausts would be good for mid range rpms? I was thinking of a Greddy but not sure if I can find em for a 03 civic coupe in toronto....
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Originally posted by 2XPLICIT
instead of all that i would say a Custom Exhause of your choice...


Get one built to the specs that will best suit your car, bends, sizing yada yada.

I like my exhausts QUIET so I would add another resonator and have had good luck with Walkers quiet flow mufflers.
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