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Old 28 Jan 2008, 09:01 pm
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Default what would be the best exhaust system for a rsx type s?

i plan on turboing the car eventually. should i just buy on built for Naturally Aspirated cars or just get it all at once and get the turbo inspired one
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 09:16 pm
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Get flowmaster muffelers and make sure you get TRUE duel exhaust. You'll thank yourself after you turbo it.
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 09:31 pm
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this isnt a ford. if your gonna go the f/i route go with a 2 3/4 inch pipe. n/a go no bigger than 2 1/2 inch. if your not planning on turboing soon buy a smaller pipe so you dont lose back pressure and get a power loss.but to answer your questionspoon n1apexi ws2greddytanabe medallionhks hi-powerskunk2 mega power
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 09:46 pm
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Only you really know the answer to that. It depends on how eager you are to shove money into a garbage disposal and wave good bye to it. It comes down to how serious you really are about your plans of going turbo in the future. If its going to be in the relatively near future, buying a 60mm NA catback would be a tremendous waste of money, they're not exactly cheap. If going turbo is a sure thing, keep your stock exhaust until the time comes to buy what you're going to need to compliment your turbo setup. And i don't recommend buying something out of impatience, plans change ALL THE TIME. Don't buy a setup with 3" piping and throw it on your stock motor (before piecing together and applying your turbo setup) it will run better with stock piping. You WILL lose critical back-pressure and reap no benefits from it whatsoever. I'll post a couple links to a bunch of tuners bickering over whats best and general discussion of setups they have gone with in the past. Good luck man.. this link trail... for "best exhaust setup"in forum "Technical Forums>>Forced Induction"make sure the 'Archived Content' option is selected in search criteria. Here you will find plenty of useful valid info that touches on your question..
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 10:01 pm
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It did a quick reading of the answers before me and I see alot of wrong answers. If your going to turbo your car in the future you MUST get 3 INCH diameter piping.There are plenty of great exhaust. I personally favor Apexi N1 WS exhaust.bigwhp_h22a4 and I are on the same page with this. Take our advice.Its better to ask questions like this at websites dedicated to this topic. visit and search turbo exhaust for sound and video clips of different pipes
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