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Old 03-05-2008, 03:43 PM   #1
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Will an 99 EM1 SI Aftermarket exhaust fit on an 99 EJ8 EX Sedan?
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yes...coupes and sedans have the same length axle backs...i'd prefer the look from a gsr...looks cleaner...well never seen how the si ones look like...but yes, it'll fit
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yes...coupes and sedans have the same length axle backs...i'd prefer the look from a gsr...looks cleaner...well never seen how the si ones look like...but yes, it'll fit
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So it should just bolt right up with no modifications? I say this cuz every where I go to find the Greddy TIC Catback it say Si Si Si Si...
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yea it will fit...on my 96 civic i had the 99-00 SI hks hi power exhaust...straight fit..no modifications Click the image to open in full size.
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I have an EJ8 coupe with a stock EM1 muffler. It fits fine.
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Isn't the difference is just the tip?
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Isn't the difference is just the tip?
Different part numbers, but the stock stuff seemed to be exactly the same.

The exhaust finisher (tip) was standard for the Si and optional for other trims. The finishers also had different part numbers.
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