My exhaust finally showed up and I installed it today. For refrence, I have a 92 civic Si (still have sound deading) with a GSR swap. Lowered SLIGHTLY with ITR rear LCA's and a 22mm Rear swaybar. I was told with a Civic cat and a non GSR-b-series header, that a catback would bolt right up to a catback, and make it so no legthening or shorting would be needed, so this is the road I took. I Picked up a used RS-integra header for $20. I had a civic cat in my attic for the longest time. I the element inside the cat was slightly clogged, so I removed the first two sections of element (I THINK it's slit into 3 sections) one remained. Bolt everything up. The cat was defently made for a d-series, and had to be rotated a bit, but there were no gaps. Now for the Exhaust. I take it out of the box and inspect it. Great quality. All the welds look great, everything is ceramic coated (no rust owns) Bends are perfect mandrel bends. the 2.36inch pipeing looked bigger then what I pictured it being, but whatever. Tip is my ONLY gripe. It is huge for a "stock looking" exhaust. I wish it was either all ceramic coated like the rest of the exhaust, or was more like the tip of the IS300 (as in there is none) When installed, all hangers are in great locations. once installed, all clearance are GREAT. My swaybar is not an issue as RSR made tons of room for it. Holding the tip and swing the exhaust all around, there were no signs of the exhaust hitting the chassis. There is plently of shift linkage clearnce too. Now for the real reason I bought this exhaust...The sound, or lack there of. When my car first started up it was cold, so it ideled at around 2 grand or so. Its a little bit louder then stock with a slight droan when your outside the car, but its a million times better then what it sounded like with my Thermal system. Blipping the throttle came a very smooth sound with zero rasp. Driving to work, I drove with the windows up and radio off. Basicly no droan. When stepping on it and getting to 8 grand, it sounds great. Very smooth, no raspyness anywhere. Best way to descibe it is how an exhaust would sound like from the factory on a sports car like a 350Z or a IS300 Overall Great exhaust. I bought it for 480 shipped (from driftspeed.com Good prices I guess but extremly slow shipping. Waited 2 weeks for mine) If I had to do it over again, I would still choose RSR exMag. If you can find it for under 500 from your more mainstream distributors (prostreetonline.com, modacar.com, ect) defently go for it.