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Old 26 Dec 2010, 04:01 pm
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Default I want my civic to sound louder?

Does anybody put cherry bombs or magna flows, flowmasters on civics ? I want that noise like off the movies the fast and the furious
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 04:16 pm
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I so agree with Sean
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 04:31 pm
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I like the sound of the flow master. Real low and throaty.
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 04:46 pm
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Hmmm yes great idea your neighbours will love it. Why not go for the low profile look by letting all the Tyres down to 5psi.
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 05:01 pm
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buy a cat-back exhaust system. thats the best way to go, if you have a low budget then buy a muffler that you and install it in a muffler shop and it will be way louder than stock exhaust. if you want to go further then get a full exhaust with an exhaust manifold and a high flow cat. this will definately make your civic loud. flowmasters and cherry bombs are more for a v8 than 4cl magnaflow has decent ones but not best for the civic. go for an apexi or greddy, if you like it and can afford it get an hks. good luck!
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 05:16 pm
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Slam your hand in the door before you set off. It will be very loud and you won't sound like some jackass ricer.
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 05:31 pm
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Please, save your cool sounding car for something other than a Honda Civic. It's like school on Saturdays.... NO CLASS.
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 05:46 pm
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don't use cherry bomb only last a while and they sound diff after a while go with Straight pipe 2 1/4 and then get a hold of a Stealth muffler looks like the oem u can get those for around 2 bills of any greddy magnaflow vibrant theres more but cant member names good luck member Straight pip no cat
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 06:01 pm
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put a giant fart can on it
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 06:16 pm
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noooooo those are for american cars!!!! you want that fast and the furious sound trust me when i say, go 21/4 inch straight pipe all the way from the headers or exhaust manifold to an APEXI N1 Turbo muffler! Had that set up on my GSR, and SI sounded great!!
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