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Help Me Find A Crx Exhaust

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by crxsoldado, Jan 31, 2003.

  1. crxsoldado

    crxsoldado Member

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    alrite here we go. i have a 90 crx and im looking for a good exhaust system. i want a good name brand (greddy stuff like that) im looking to spend 600 but i havent been able to find a good enough brand that i can trust.just hit me up with any xhuast sys for crx thanks
     
  2. CRX-YEM

    CRX-YEM Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    IMHO don't waste $600 on an exhaust. for about half the price you can build up a similiar exhaust setup.
    First search arund your area for an exhaust shop that has a mandrel bender and will work with 302/304 Stainless Steel
    Next find a muffler you'd like to use that suits you, hell possibly just buy a greddy muffler,
    also find a resonator from what ever company that makes one you like.
    Next choose the exhaust tip of your choice (a style you like)
    Also you might wanna buy a high flow cat. something like a cat-co or similar about $50-60
    Finally go to the muffler shop have em custom bend and weld everything together, results a much cheaper exhaust for the same shit your
    gonna spend $600 on. Then after you've saved $300 put that into something else for your car.

    I've got a 91 crx and I did something similar.
    I bought a 2 1/4" in/out Maximum Flow Mufflers muffler $56
    High Flow 2 1/4" cat $50
    Stock 2 1/4" resonator $20
    and had all the tubing mandrel bent and welded up $100
    Total Cost $226

    Final results saved myslef $374, and it sounds just a nice as any other high over priced system.

    If I used SS which it don't matter to me if it is or not SS just last a little longer. woulda cost another $70-100 and I still woulda saved money.
     
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