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EG catback help???

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by hatukazi, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. hatukazi

    hatukazi ambitious...but rubbish

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    I got my EG running, it came with a GReddy muffler off an evo but with the factory pipes minus the cat it doesn't sound really impressive.

    I am looking for a slanted angled drift style catback that I've seen some lucky EG owners sporting but have no idea where to look, E-gay is no help at all because they not only have jack shit to choose from, they dont show what it looks like on the car.
     
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    Any particular brand in mind? I know Megan Racing makes angled cat-backs...
     
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    hatukazi ambitious...but rubbish

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    not really looking for a particular brand, just the one that comes out at an angle.
     
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    Megan's "drift-spec" system has an angled muffler. Price is about $400. Megan's not the best brand, but they make pretty decent stuff at pretty decent prices. I'm using a Megan header on my Integra, no complaints so far...

    I'm sure there's other angled exhausts out there though...anyone else know?
     
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    i'd take it to a muffler shop and show them a pic of the angle you want and have them bend the piping.. use muffler of choice
     
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    hatukazi ambitious...but rubbish

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    I thought about that, or maybe use most of a cheap e-bay stainless set and maybe change the bends?? I could put the GReddy on and it should sound better with the fat piping. IDK.

    and I am definatly going to see if I cant hustle up another $200 for the Megan set that looks pretty dope.
     
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    id put at least a high flow cat in there cause runnin with out a cat can cause a lil too much backpressure which can and most likely will lead to burnt valves i had a dual catless exhaust with megan mufflers on my 96 dx and i had to do a valve job just shortly adter i had the dual exhaust installed now im runnin a 3inch custom exhaust with a spoon sports 4-2-1 header and a day old buddy club muffler it sounds uhhmazing :)
     
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    my buddy has an angled hks on his si it sounds pretty ill! but he may have had it custom angled idk
     
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