Discussion in 'Accord' started by hondaaccord2000, Feb 22, 2010.
any feedback relative to my question..?
yep, it flows really well, its quiet and it's cheap.
your my new bff
2.25" 98-02 Honda Accord Exhaust Piping Kit
$215, buy a free-flowing muffler and a tip, weld it up. $245 for stainless.
i recommend vibrant or dynomax for a decent muffler ^with that piping
and please for the love of god leave a catalytic converter in the exhaust
I dont us a cat with my 2.5" but then again Im using a stock muffler.
yeah the only reason i said that is because most all motor exhausts without a cat sound like raspy ass lol
I like to have a shop mandrel bend the pipes (1.75-2") and use a hooker aero chamber muffler ( it's a straight thru design) with a generic high flow cat and a resonator. In the long run it's way cheaper than a brand name exhaust system and overall it sound better too.
Yep thats true, I think if you keep the stock muffler your car wont sound like shit.
If you put a fart cannon its def gonna sound like a cat is ass first in a blender.
is that a good exhaust ^
is the piping better than the one you provided calesta?
also it is possible to put a dual rear exit on my accord?
that just screams Rice. please dont do it unless the car came with it.
id keep your cat on it to help keep it quiet and then buy a full exhaust from a company (magnaflow, greddy, apex) those are my favorites
so the magna flow above is good?
Magnaflow makes solid stuff. I'd buy it.
I don't know that I'd consider it better or worse than the KTeller exhaust- with the KTeller you get to choose your own muffler and resonator, along with the tip- you have more options. The Magnaflow is pretty good out of the box though. What's the diameter on the piping?
idk that magnaflow one i went to magnaflow.com and looked up 2000 honda 4cyl accord and thats the one that came up
They usually list a diameter in a specs page somewhere- it's pretty important.
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