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Old 11-15-2004, 12:20 PM   #1
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Default Does stock exhaust sound good with bigger piping?

I want a stock look for my hatch but still some power of a catback system. I was wondering if i got 2/12 inch piping with no resonator and my stock exhaust? would this sound good... i know its more personal perference but would this be a good idea?
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I put a stock civic si muff on my car with no cat sounded really annoying.
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i was all so thinking of doin it but use a hi flow cat 2 1/4 pipes to SI muffle would there be in gain, or tone difference?
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once again i say fart into a 2" pvc pipe with a 1" adapter on the other end
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Old 11-15-2004, 06:00 PM   #6
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the only stock muffler that sounds nice with bigger piping probably the stock itr muffler. I was running a gsr muffler with 60mm piping at one time and it sounded like ***......the itr muffler that i'm currently running actually sounds good.
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the only stock muffler that sounds nice with bigger piping probably the stock itr muffler. I was running a gsr muffler with 60mm piping at one time and it sounded like ***......the itr muffler that i'm currently running actually sounds good.
Goddammit thats dissappointing to hear
I was thinking of doing just that with my tanabe g-power medalion. I was going to keep the 60mm piping but swap out the muffler (axleback) for something stock so my car can stop being a target for every immature idiot on the road.



Can you describe how yours sounded?
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Goddammit thats dissappointing to hear
I was thinking of doing just that with my tanabe g-power medalion. I was going to keep the 60mm piping but swap out the muffler (axleback) for something stock so my car can stop being a target for every immature idiot on the road.



Can you describe how yours sounded?
the stock gsr muffer? well under normal driving it sounded....well stock, but if i got on it in anyway it sounded like an on going wet fart.....
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stock mufflers sound really "tinny" with a high flow midpipe. the resonate oddly under certain rpm load, if you have an intake the motor becomes louder after vtec.
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If u want a stock look w/ a better sound - buy a type-r muff.
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