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Old 22 Feb 2008, 12:46 am
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Default Whats a good SOUNDING exhaust for my car?

My exhaust keeps breaking at one of the welds so im about to just buy a new exhaust...I have a 96 Acura Integra GSR i want a good sounding exhaust and not some POS that sounds like a fart can i was looking at the GREDY EVO2...Does anyone have any ideas on a good SOUNDING exhaust
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 01:01 am
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Get the Gredy or an Apex'i. Get a long tube header if possible and new exhaust all the way back to the muffler. A high flow cat will improve sound and performance a lot, and if you are in an area with no smog testing, replace the cat with straight pipe. At the very least, get a cat-back system, not just a slip-on muffler.Sooo driftslave...do you usually just go through everyone's responses and give them a low rating except for yours?
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 01:16 am
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I'll give you hte basic run down of exhaust for Hondas. Generally, the best sounding exhausts look almost stock. The coffee can looking exhausts make the most power, but tend to be raspy and loud. I'd go with a more sport muffler type of exhaust system if your looking for a deep smooth sound that will really sound good. Heres a link to several exhaust systems for your car...good luck!http://www.andysautosport.com/acura/...exhausts/Also, it isn't a bad idea to get an intake and header to round out the package and further improve the sound...plus you make a LOT of extra power.
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 01:31 am
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go with stock stuff , too much money for after mkt , plus too much resonance hum inside car
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 01:46 am
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APEXI N1 definitely
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 02:01 am
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The best sounding exhaust in my opinion is the HKS HI Power exhaust and it looks great. Check out www.clubrsx.com and search for exhausts. Also, try www.youtube.com for sound clips on this exhaust and others.
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 02:16 am
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trust [greddy in the states] evo2.
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it might not be the norm., but some cherry bomb turbos would really set you apart from the pack
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 02:46 am
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Get a hammer and chisel and punch a hole in the muffler.
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