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Old 11-30-2011, 04:01 PM   #1
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Default d series exhaust manifold

im new to this forum and i checked out some of the stickys to see if i could find my answers but nothing that gave me the exact answer i was looking for. I currently have a civic dx hatch and it has a garbage aftermarket header on from when i bought it and im trying to get the exhaust back to stock. I was wondering if any d series exhaust manifold is going to bolt up.
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What year civic. They'll all pretty much bolt up but some O2 sensor locations differ and some manifolds have the cat built in.
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You will need an exhaust manifold with the cat built in, you might need a down pipe as well.

does your car have a cat, the previous owner might of added one like the ex's have?
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no, the header that was installed wraps down under the engine and is one piece from the head all the way to the cat back portion of the exhaust. I found an ex exhaust manifold and mid pipe all as one assembly, would that work the same as if i were to get the dx with cat in manifold and the dx down pipe?
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no, the header that was installed wraps down under the engine and is one piece from the head all the way to the cat back portion of the exhaust. I found an ex exhaust manifold and mid pipe all as one assembly, would that work the same as if i were to get the dx with cat in manifold and the dx down pipe?
As long as you get the EX cat too. You will need to extend the wiring for the seconday O2 sensor as well.
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im new to this forum and i checked out some of the stickys to see if i could find my answers but nothing that gave me the exact answer i was looking for. I currently have a civic dx hatch and it has a garbage aftermarket header on from when i bought it and im trying to get the exhaust back to stock. I was wondering if any d series exhaust manifold is going to bolt up.
I got a stock 97 exhaust manifold d series im trying to get rid of. ill message you
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