What is the perfect exhaust to Honda?

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briconner

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I have this honda hatchback and I am really planning to change its exhaust so that it can be more of a drag racing car. Do you have any idead of what exhaust to use? My hatchback is yellow.. with 20 inch rims...
 
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well...a honda hatch with 20's wheel sure doesn't make it go faster mate...even if the sounds does go faster than the reality....


well..if u really want some screamer exhaust,then go 4-1 extractor and completely straight pipe until the rear of your car... :adore:
 

briconner

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well...a honda hatch with 20's wheel sure doesn't make it go faster mate...even if the sounds does go faster than the reality....


well..if u really want some screamer exhaust,then go 4-1 extractor and completely straight pipe until the rear of your car... :adore:
Thanks phomen!! I am already researching on it online. can you recommend a great site for it? thanks again man. :)
 
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Not enough information! But if you're not very familiar with exhaust systems just buy a correct spec, full set system (manifold to rear muffler) from Toda or J's Racing or something as your best bet... whether brand new or used.

Exhaust system tuning is a life-long art and if youre serious about racing, you dont want anyone other than a pro setting it up for you.

Cheers.
 

briconner

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briconner

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Not enough information! But if you're not very familiar with exhaust systems just buy a correct spec, full set system (manifold to rear muffler) from Toda or J's Racing or something as your best bet... whether brand new or used.

Exhaust system tuning is a life-long art and if youre serious about racing, you dont want anyone other than a pro setting it up for you.

Cheers.
Thanks for the info. I am planning to purchase it online since most parts are readily available there. My friends will be helping out in setting it up.