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Hey, I was just wondering if anyone has had their full exhaust system done.... Header, pipes, high-flow cat, and exhaust.... Show I keep my exhaust I have now that is a 3" outlet.... or is 2" better for the B14's? Any input would be helpfull, I'm looking to add a little more power. :cheers:
 

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2 inches only. nothing bigger than that.
Yeah someone else or I read it somewhere that not to go bigger than 2 inches. How much about did you all pay to get it done?? Just wondering what some prices are..... I have some quotes comming from mechanics but any help will do! Thank you!
 

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oh really? i just know they are cheaper than summit or JCW.
 

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^only for the SR20. (2.25inch pipe and 2.5 inch)
 

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Seems like a struggle to find stuff for the 1.6...... we need fun too....... or should I take it to an exhaust mechanic and see if they can bend me one?
 

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^ best bet, but i doubt you would get stainless......if you even care lol. the only differance is it wont rust and you get that nice bling with your car on a lift :thumbup:
 

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Believe it or not.....

I have a 1994 B13 1.6 Liter with the Greddy SP exhaust. Many people will tell you that it is an application ONLY for the SE-R 2.0 Liter motor which is false. In their catolog it lists the Greddy SP for both the SE (or 1.6) and the SE-R (2.0) liter motors. 2 Inches is perfect for our 1.6 liter motors and the Greddy SP exhaust has 50mm piping,and bolts perfectly up to BOTH platforms. So you see THERE IS A BOLT ON EXHAUST for 1.6ers out there, its just either too pricey for some or people just dont still believe it.
 

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Greddy SP

Im just waiting until they release the Greddy SP for the SE/SE-R in full stainless steel piping.Then again my original Greddy SP has held up pretty nicely so far and is awesome quality.
 

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^ none, i love the sound of my Greddy though. sooner or later im going to replace the pipeing with VRS kit and a lonnnnnnnnnnnng resonator.
 

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Well there might be a difference from a custom made exhaust in terms of sound, length of piping, type of muffler used, mandrel bends or crushed bends. So yes there could be a difference. The Greddy is a ready right out of the box bolt on exhaust with all piping and gaskets ready to go from the cat back. Hope this helps you guys.
 

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Incorrect my friend- the Greddy SP exhaust for 91-94 Nissan Sentra SE/SE-R is listing as having 50mm piping- about 2 inches in diameter. The 95-99 cars are shown with 60 mm piping which is a little bigger in diameter.
 

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I have a mint 300 Z (non turbo) and I recently re-did exhaust with an X pipe and Magnaflow system. Dual exhaust with 4 tips. She sounds GREAT and is running great, but she is running Rich. Exaust pipes get filthy quick. Should I be concerned with the 02 censors not reading the right fuel mix? I don't want to choke her out. Again she is mint. 45K miles. Anyone run into this?
 

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^ you realize this is the 1.6 section? the Z32 guys can help alot more. we have quite a few on the board, good luck :cheers:
 
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