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Old 04-22-2009, 05:55 PM   #1
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Any opinions on the best 3" high flow cat for a b18 swapped civic with, obviously a 3" catback exhaust. I've seen random technology, and the look pretty good. Just wanted some feedback. Thanks.
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i use carsound cat... its a magna flow brand i think..
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Magnaflow is my opinion. Very good quality, and good performance. Which B18 motor did you swap? What generation? Some come with a bung for the O2 sensor if it applies to your engine.
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Magnaflow here.
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Magnaflow is my opinion. Very good quality, and good performance. Which B18 motor did you swap? What generation? Some come with a bung for the O2 sensor if it applies to your engine.
Sorry, it's a B18c from Japan. Not sure which gen, I think it's out of a 95 gsr. I had a 2.5" spun magnaflow last time, but I just want to make sure I get the most flow out of whichever one i put on there. Thanks for the info.
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