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Old February 23rd, 2011, 01:10 PM   #1
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Best single exhaust setup?

I've got a 2003 sedan and I wanna run a custom single exhaust on it with an N1 style muffler. What do you guys think would be the best way to set it up? If anyone already has that on their car or knows someone please lemme know. Thanks!
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 01:35 PM   #2
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go 3 inch from the cat back and install a 18 -24" inch resonator before the muffler and I would go right side on the exhaust exit...
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 01:38 PM   #3
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go 3 inch from the cat back and install a 18 -24" inch resonator before the muffler and I would go right side on the exhaust exit...
I like that idea, thanks for the input
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Or go left side to be jdm. Lol

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Old February 23rd, 2011, 01:47 PM   #5
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Or go left side to be jdm. Lol

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True, what side it goes on is the last thing to worry about. I wanna get opinions from people to see what would be best
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 01:49 PM   #6
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 02:17 PM   #7
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V6 or 4 cylinder? I know the K20 likes a 3in exhaust with Flashpro, but Idk if the K24 would like it as much. If you have the V6, 3in all the way. If you are doing JUST the catback and no PCDs, then as already stated, an 18-24in reso should do the trick.

Honestly, there is a thread on this. You should just try to wait for it.
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 02:21 PM   #8
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i had a 3" single to a N1 muffler, looked prettygood on coupe. its hard to pull of a single exhaust on the coupes, let alone 4 doors.
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 02:29 PM   #9
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N1 muffler on sedans...no good. On a coupe it looks good. Have you looked at doing a different style muffler or you set on N1 style?
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 02:42 PM   #10
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V6 or 4 cylinder? I know the K20 likes a 3in exhaust with Flashpro, but Idk if the K24 would like it as much. If you have the V6, 3in all the way. If you are doing JUST the catback and no PCDs, then as already stated, an 18-24in reso should do the trick.

Honestly, there is a thread on this. You should just try to wait for it.
It's a V6, I might do PCDs but I'm not sure. Would that be better? And yeah I'm that list too but I'm just weighing all my options out
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 02:43 PM   #11
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N1 muffler on sedans...no good. On a coupe it looks good. Have you looked at doing a different style muffler or you set on N1 style?
I'm set on it, whether I've gotta angle it so it fits or cut a hole in the bumper I don't care
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The PCDs will be a good option. You will feel the power increase. However, if you do, you will definitely need a larger resonator. I have a 6x6x30in body resonator and 2 4x9x14in mufflers and it's still loud.
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The PCDs will be a good option. You will feel the power increase. However, if you do, you will definitely need a larger resonator. I have a 6x6x30in body resonator and 2 4x9x14in mufflers and it's still loud.
I'm going more for sound but if it gains more power and it still loud then it's a win win. If you don't mind me asking, how much was your setup?
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 07:55 PM   #14
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Crappy video but I just went single exhaust on my v6 coupe.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdS5hvroI8s]YouTube - 2004 accord v6 full 3 inch exhast with apexi turbo muffler[/ame]
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Crappy video but I just went single exhaust on my v6 coupe.
YouTube - 2004 accord v6 full 3 inch exhast with apexi turbo muffler
please... pictures, and better video / sound... there are a TON of people on here interested so if you have any info on the setup i'm sure others would greatly appreciate it. Thanks man!
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Crappy video but I just went single exhaust on my v6 coupe.
YouTube - 2004 accord v6 full 3 inch exhast with apexi turbo muffler
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please... pictures, and better video / sound... there are a TON of people on here interested so if you have any info on the setup i'm sure others would greatly appreciate it. Thanks man!
Yeah if you could post pictures, describe your setup, a better video etc. Anything that you could offer would be great
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I will, tomorrow I'm off from work so I will take pictures and a better video.
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I will, tomorrow I'm off from work so I will take pictures and a better video.
Thanks man I appreciate it, looking forward to it
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I'm going more for sound but if it gains more power and it still loud then it's a win win. If you don't mind me asking, how much was your setup?
So you want it loud? Because if so, the PCDs are for you. You will still need a large resonator to get rid of the rasp. Unless of course you run a high flow cat, that should do a good job at negating the rasp.

Piping & labor = $400
Reso/mufflers = $300
Tips = $75
Total = $775

But I also changed out my mufflers at one point, so add about $75 to that and that's how much I spent. That's not including $300 for the V1 Jpipe and $250 for the PCDs.
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Old February 24th, 2011, 08:55 AM   #21
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So you want it loud? Because if so, the PCDs are for you. You will still need a large resonator to get rid of the rasp. Unless of course you run a high flow cat, that should do a good job at negating the rasp.

Piping & labor = $400
Reso/mufflers = $300
Tips = $75
Total = $775

But I also changed out my mufflers at one point, so add about $75 to that and that's how much I spent. That's not including $300 for the V1 Jpipe and $250 for the PCDs.
Damn, I was I thinking of running a test pipe, a 24 in resonator and then the N1 muffler. Yes or no?
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The PCDs will be a good option. You will feel the power increase. However, if you do, you will definitely need a larger resonator. I have a 6x6x30in body resonator and 2 4x9x14in mufflers and it's still loud.
Hey what brand are you using for your resonator? Does it matter which brand you use?

Also, how does the change in diameter + length of the resonator affect the tone? For example bigger diameter deeper tone etc
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I will, tomorrow I'm off from work so I will take pictures and a better video.
Y does no one Ever post up there pics of there single exhaust up? Just wondering...
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