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Exhaust question

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by TurboRex90, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. TurboRex90

    TurboRex90 Golden EG

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    So im looking for an exhaust for a 95 si hatch, but not sure which to get. The car has a stock motor in it with no exhaust, but i have a boosted motor to install once the car is through emissions and inspections. Question is, what brand should i look for, that will pass emissions, but still work for performance on a boosted motor. I was looking into maybe a Jujistubo or Apexi, that looks somewhat like:

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    Trying to keep the full exhaust under 400$, even if its used its ok, as long as its in good condition and will pass. Also curious if an aftermarket header would pass inspection? I just need to put the car through as a NA car.
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    fujitsubo and apexi WS get my vote. and both look stock-ish.
     
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    Would they perform somewhat stock-ish? Atleast on a stock single cam, for emissions purposes.
     
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    i dont see why not?

    as long as you have your cat and o2 sensors working properly there should not be any issues with whatever muffler you toss on there.
     
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    header and exhaust does not effect emissions testing, as long as the o2 sensor is working and located in the the proper place.
     
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    The tune on my p28 ECU i would be using was done on a closed loop with no O2.. Dont ask why, i havent been back to that tuner nor have i been tuned since, Dumb question.. just pluggin up an O2 sensor wouldnt work at this point on that ecu would it?...
     
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