Please tell me youre not buying an exhaust because it looks good?Spoonismo said:well i seen the catback, i wanted to see how it look an the b14. I also did find some on the honda civics, they look hot, so my guess is, is that it will look good on the b14 :thumbup:
NO! the main reason im getting it, is because its not to loud,and for the performance it gives, nevertheless.........it does look good, and you can not go wrong with greddy performance! :thumbup:nizzan4u2nv said:Please tell me youre not buying an exhaust because it looks good?
How do you know its not loud if youve never heard it or even seen it on an ser? How do you know about gains if its never been dyno tested? Doesnt matter if its greddy or not, there are other variables to consider(materials, welds, resonator size, muffler size etc). In most cases 60mm piping is good on a mild bolt on motor. But for a big cammed SR or one equiped with a Hotshot gen6 header, this will do nothing but choke it up.Spoonismo said:NO! the main reason im getting it, is because its not to loud,and for the performance it gives, nevertheless.........it does look good, and you can not go wrong with greddy performance! :thumbup:
i will post pics of my SP2, it look sweet, and sounds very low, sound good at idle, but i do have my stock cat on it, and the greddy res...so, got a 3 inch mendrel bend downpipe,2.5 greddy catback...it does perform well. NIZZAN4u2nv..........dude, i felt u was being negative,if u wasn't i apologize, and yes you are right, i did my research on piping size man, and i wanting to go with the 2.5, so i got greddy, do to the fact i didn't want my car loud, in the future when i get a bigger turbo, i'll have to go 3inch piping, but no hard feeling man...i'll keep all posted on the set-up i have,.... ~whun~HLBulldog said:aww... you got my hopes up, clean that biach. I do like that stromung, the sp doesn't look to bad either, anythings better than the $30 POS hanging from my rear... Can't wait to see that pic of the sp2.