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ITR Exhaust in EK sedan, what needs to be modified?

Old 11-Oct-2005, 10:47 PM
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ITR Exhaust in EK sedan, what needs to be modified?

I'm contemplating getting an ITR exhaust (headerback) but my question is, how does it need to be modified to fit my EK sedan? Is it even possible/worth it to modify it? Any input is appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Old 11-Oct-2005, 11:01 PM
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There is one for sale somewhere already modifies to fit a Civic. I'll see if I can find it.

It's a good option instead of buying an aftermarket catback. They are stainless and pretty big in diameter compared to a stock Civic exhaust.

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http://www.torontocivics.com/tccforu...threadid=94284
Sketch is a great seller too.
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I'm picked up one for cheap already, i just need to know what has to be done to it to make it fit so i have an idea of what has to be done before i get it put on.
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Well, Tony had one so I imagine he knows what/how to modify it.
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The only thing is the rear muffler section may come up a lil short from the rear of the bumper (1-2"). Cuz the sedan is a lil longer in that area as opposed to the Integra.
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OE exhausts are 2 piece, midpipe and axleback.
Aftermarkets are 3 piece, midpipe, 'S' pipe and axleback.
The difference between hatch and coupe/sedan fitment is the tightness of the 'S' bend.
You can extend the midpipe at the cat, or extend the axleback after the muffler. You can also get a sedan 'S' pipe.
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now that was what i looking for, thanks eugene
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