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Exhaust for b18c5 swap

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by echelon, Jul 13, 2004.

  1. echelon

    echelon Junior Member

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    I going with a ITR b18c5 swap for my 00 civic hatch. I want to replace the stock exhaust and I'm looking for some recommendations. I hate loud and obnoxous sounding exhausts (you know what I'm talking about), so I'm looking for a performance exhaust that has a low, deep sound to it. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
     
  2. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Apex WS
    RSR
    Greddy
    ES Oval
    Mugen twinloop
    Remus

    All these are quiet, or have a quiet model.
     
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    echelon Junior Member

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    mdlax1 Senior Member

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    i have a R on my 99 coupe. I use greddy's evo. i hear the SP1 has a simular sound and has a slightly smaller profile.. (more descreate)
     
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    I loved the sound of the apex WS and Mugen twinloop.

    also consider the tanabe "oval style" medallion....
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    thats the tanabe hyper spec or hyper medalion (different places call it different things)
    i have it on my car now... its nice and quiet on the low lobes but when you switch to the high lobes it sounds like a bike :)

    if you are looking for the quietest exhaust out there that will still show noticable gains... i would go with the RSR ExMag

    its quiet and doesnt look like a "performance aftermarket exhaust"
     
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    yeah, thanks for clearing that up - I remember that tanabe changed the name of it but just couldn't remember at the time posting.


    RSR makes good schtuffff also...
     
  8. echelon

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    Thanks for the info, I was checking out the RSR exhaust before.
     
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