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Hey guys i have a 1996 honda civic hatchback cx, i just recently just bought spec d headers, spec d catalytic converter and buddy club spec 2 exhaust. Its sounds amazing, its really loud with out the silencer, with it it has a deep sounds to it. The car doesn't sound like a loud rust bucket. If your looking for a great setup go with this one.:lickmahpussy:
 

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I tend to buy my exhaust for a performance purpose and whatever sound it makes is what it makes.
 

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omg is teh fartness!
 

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My old exhaust - No farting here



EDIT: a metal tube is a metal tube no matter what name is on the box.
 

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I had a BC spec II on the CRX for a few days...lol
 

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EDIT: a metal tube is a metal tube no matter what name is on the box.

Very, very wrong. Tubing, maybe, but mufflers are black voodoo magic and doing them well takes a lot of experience and smarts. For example, the best sounding exhaust, ever, for nearly any Civic-based vehicle, IMO, are the Thermal R&D units. I am looking forward to hearing mine again soon on my CRX. Sure, they used Magnaflow components, but the black voodoo magic is what makes them sooooooo amazingly good.
 

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Ahh, I didnt say anything about mufflers. My point was all these expensive exhausts on the market. Most of them are crap. piping kits are rather cheap. a 2.5" tube is just what it is.

I use magnaflow and they used to be good. Now they are starting to rust as they are using cheaper metals mixed in. You used to be able to put a magnet to it w/o any attraction. Now the magnet sticks on them. No Bueno.
 
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