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Old 04-18-2015, 12:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Exhaust fitment question dc 2 peice header, yonaka catback

Hey everybody, I have roamed d series for years, but last summer i had a custom exhaust made and it sounds nice but much too large of a inside diameter at points with crush bends and a vibrant stealth muffler and vibrant high performance catalytic converter, anyways looking for a cleaner and quieter setup. That was the only thing i have ever taken my car to a shop for and dont want too again.

It is a d16y8, 1999 honda civic sedan. PS edelbrock intake manfiold... and more


Anyway so I am preparing a new exhaust system. I already have in my possession a DC two piece header 4-2-1 which has a 2 inch collector. I also have a yonaka catback which has a 2.36 I.D (I know too large, but it has very clean welds and was a good price with mendral bends, would have preferred 2.25) Both of these parts are brand new and not modified in any way.

OPTION ONE:
I was planning on buying a 2.25 flowmaster high flow catalytic converter or yonaka 2.25 catback. And add a flange to connect to the collector on the header which is 2 inchs in diameter I have found many such adapters that i can use a exhaust clam and done however this is where i run into a problem, finding a 2.25 3 bolt exhaust flange with piping, as i do have a flux core welder, but if i can weld one less weld, that means less imperfections.

Question: where do people get there 3 bolt flanges for their Honda?

OPTION TWO: Which i would rather go with.

"Magnaflow 22628" a direct fit catalytic converter.

I was thinking about this part to prevent any meddling on my part but i cant find any inside diameter specifications, some people say its larger then stock but i cant find any numbers. No point of me purchasing it if its stock diameter and will be just a bottleneck to a otherwise free flowing system.

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I have only started one other thread in years, but i couldnt find any good place to put this question besides the noob forum.

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Old 04-18-2015, 10:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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bump, should this post be placed in naturally aspirated? I dont want to put it there and get flamed for it haha

I just would like to know if anybody knows the specs of the 22628 catalytic converter. I want to find a direct fit that has a 2 inch I.D
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Most if not all "direct fit" cats are going to have the same inlet and outlet size as the stock exhaust hence being "direct fit." Its not hard to find a generic high flow that has the sizes you want be welded into your system.
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