JIC vs. HKS

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September 26, 2006

Jezek, the problem we ran into with mine and the 3" piping was that it was hard finding a can that would fit between the lca and the bumper. I think after the bend we needed to find a 12" bodied muffler for it to work out without angling it. Ended up using a magnaflow 4" inlet 4" outlet muffler. I think it was supposed to be for a Mustang. I looked at ALOT of canisters and all of the turbo ones had huge bodies on them.
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September 26, 2006

^^^ hmm...makes me wonder if the WS II might work best...

Thanks for the info :thumbup:
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October 12, 2006

Top Fuel 80mm:
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October 13, 2006

hmm, i considered Burns before I got my magnaflow...I dont like how far away the magnaflow sits from the rear bumper
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October 13, 2006

I picked up a Vibrant turbo muffler for now. The stealth black, oem looking one. i'll see how it does. Thanks for all the input tho!!!
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Jezek wrote:I picked up a Vibrant turbo muffler for now. The stealth black, oem looking one. i'll see how it does. Thanks for all the input tho!!!
sweet man!! hows that new teggy cumin along? ever since clubek took a shit i really havent heard from many people...:(
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i'm probably gunna get alot of wtf was he thinkings for this one but i had a flowmaster muffler on my civic before it rusted out (it was on the car when i bought it) it sounded really mellow and not too too loud. just dont get a fart can
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jdm delivery wrote:i'm probably gunna get alot of wtf was he thinkings for this one but i had a flowmaster muffler on my civic before it rusted out (it was on the car when i bought it) it sounded really mellow and not too too loud. just dont get a fart can

ive seen flowmaster mufflers on civics before, sounds good in my opinon.:cool:
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ill vouch for tj's flowmaster sounding good. didnt look bad either.
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