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Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by flamboyant, Sep 26, 2003.

  1. flamboyant

    flamboyant Junior Member

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    i was wondering if anyone here knows of any company that makes dual exhaust for a 96 civic lx. people tell me that no one makes it but ive seen on many 96 4 door civics.any help would be appreciated
     
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    It's usually a custom job.
     
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    Are you going for all show or all go?
     
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    :newbie:
     
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    aight so how about those suggestions
     
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    Go to a muffler/exhaust shop and have one made for you.
     
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    damn that sucks, wont a custom exhaust be a grip of cash? maybe ill just stick with what i have now
     
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    Not necessarily- getting a "normal" custom exhaust bent for you usually costs a few hundred less than a quality aftermarket cat-back system. You can probably get a custom dual system done for a little more than a catback.
     
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    My duals for my truck with tips were 400 with tax. You can probably find a better price on it, but you might sacrafice quality.

    Do what you want but why does your 4 cyl need dual exhaust? If I were you I would put the money towards a good exhuast like thermal, which is meant for power gains and has a nice sound. Remember you are not the only one who has to listen to your exhaust.
     
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    Thats what I get for not reading the whole thread. But even if its show, keep this in mind. If you get a bad exhaust you might lose some hp.
     
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    Ok, Just checking. I have no clue where to get dual's, I have never considered putting them on my car or any of my budy's cars considering are group is all go!

    I would try an aftermarket shop around the area or try www.wholesaleperformance.com they might have dual's.
     
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    this is what you need to do get two apex n1 universal mufflers. find a good quality but cheap muffler shop have them cut the pipe right in front of the cat weld a splitter on there. and then run one pipe one way out the back and the other the stock way out the back the routes on car are the same
     
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    last winter (in florida so not too cold) i seen a EG Civic 4 Door with dual exhaust... but check this... it was cold so u can see the exhaust smoking... but it was only coming out of one pipe... that made my WEEK... it was halarious
     
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    apex makes that homo duel n1 exhaust but its on the same side.
     
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    yeah, most likley a custom job, and usually one side will flow more exhaust than the other. Shouldn't cost that much from a muffler shop, maybe like an extra 200 bucks including the muffler.
     
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