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Hey guys. Wanted some input on this topic.. My brother has a 2004 dodge SRT-4 with side exit exaust. What do u guys think of running straight downpipe side exit exaust on my civic!? would it be pretty ricey sounding or would the turbo dampen the sound a bit. I know my brothers 2.4L in the SRT-4 sounds almost like a V-8 from the turbo and rumble and popping from back pressure but what do u think of it on a Civic?

I was thinking of running it like in this picture below except to have it straight off the downpipe, get it bent up so it comes out right behind the front passenger side tire. Hows that sound?

Pics of what i mean :

http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/6/web/2094000-2094999/2094654_45.jpg
 

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looks ok, I'd be scared I'd crush it :lol:
 

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whats electronic cut out
 

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ohhh okay.. gotcha. So if i was to do the side exit exuast i wouldnt get any of those functions? or does my car have those? cuase ive already cut out the Catalytic converter, and the resonator. so right now im running a header to straight 2.25'' piping all the way to the back with a stock muffler.
 

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how would it sound or do u know?
 

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it is definitley loud and you can really hear the turbo spool, but almost to the point i think it sounds like shit. i would definitley go the electronic cut out way and just run full exhaust
 

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my only experience would be installing an ecut on a 2000 civic si for a friend. it sounded bad ass, but then again, it was also dumping the exhaust from a fully built all motor b16, idk how it would sound on a stock d-series, but expect to wake the neighbors up
 
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