SRS Catback Exhaust for f23

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  1. Robert Troncoso

    Robert Troncoso Well-Known Member

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    Alright so that catback exhaust uses 2.5" piping all the way to the muffler which then enlarges to a 4.5" outlet.
    I like the 2.5" piping but the outlet sounds ridiculous. I read a thread on here not too long ago of someone asking if 2.25 or 2.5" was best, the answer was 2.5" which is why i was set on it.

    Would that muffler outlet look ridiculous?

    Here's the link
    https://www.srstuning.com/Honda_Accord_94_97_catback_exhaust_system_p/srs-cbex-ha9802.htm
     
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    It'll look big but they're all like that
     
  3. Robert Troncoso

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    They also have headers and downpipe for our cars as well. I might just order both from them and post a review.

    p.s just noticed your join date. I was 5 years old when you joined lol
     
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    And I was 22...
     
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    haha Greg. He saying you old man.....I joined in 08 when i was 18 just like you Robert. If i recall I believe the carb legal dc sports SS header was almost 400 back then. At this price which is at least 50% cheaper would be a good product if it doesnt hang too low. Fitment, gaskets, weld points are main concerns for less known header.
     
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  7. Robert Troncoso

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    I got that header and exhaust setup in the mail last Friday and was just able to put it on yesterday.

    Talk about a pain in the butt.

    My stock downpipe bolts were rusted and needed to be cut off, but that was as bad as the stock setup was.

    The new setup, Geeze.

    It almost felt like the locations were the pipes were supposed to slide into the hanger rubber were a couple inches off. This made installing the entire thing in a position that was alright a nightmare.

    Although, it sounds great!

    Don’t have the best of pictures right not since it was dark out when I finished and been working, but I will take better ones later today

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    Nice upgrade. Did you notice any power gain?
     
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    I feel like it speeds up a bit faster. Especially on the high end.
     
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    My 2001 LX 4 door needed a new muffler, so I went with the SRS S.S. dual exhaust for the V6 EX Accord. Priced for my DIY budget, the hangers mostly lined up too from the factory single exhust. The N1 muffler baffles needed holes re drilled and other finishing touches, but it looks alright. So ya, the SRS Dual stainless exhaust for the 6th Gen Accord EX V6 worked fine for my 2001 F23 Accord.

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