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· R2.....Zap Balls
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quicktimeperformance.com is the site I got it from. Awesome looking piece, nice welds, comes with the y pipe, switch, connecting cable, motor and butterfly. Fully open or closed in less than 5 seconds. They have a bunch of different sizes in stock, the one I got is 3" with 3" dump. Not too bad imo, I got it for $199 shipped. I can't wait to get it on the car and see how it does :TU:


 

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wouldn't that y cause turbulence in the exhaust?
 

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Not at all. The exhaust flow will exit out the side with the least amount of back pressure. Nice looking piece
 

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Not at all. The exhaust flow will exit out the side with the least amount of back pressure. Nice looking piece
i mean when its closed. wouldnt exhuast go in the cut-out, whens its closed, and find that its blocked and have to go back into the main flow?
 

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Looks good get her installed ...:TU:
I'm trying :lol:. I'm still looking for a dd to drive while the civic is down. I took it up to the muffler shop to have it put on, and the only place it will go is by the oil pan. I have to drop the dp and take it up there so they can weld it.
 

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i have allways thought hondas need some back pressure...

how would this be good for performance if this is true..?
 
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