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Old May 10th, 2011, 08:05 PM   #1
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evo2 midpipe and y pipe

has anybody just replaced stock mid and y pipe with this? will it fit and is it worth doing?
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Old May 23rd, 2011, 06:33 PM   #2
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I have a question, im still kind of new to the accords, what brand of y pipe is common for the 6 speed coupe '04?
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y pipe is whatever exhaust you get. you might be confusing y pipe and Jpipe? jpipe is what goes from engines precats into cat. y pipe splits pipe after cat and goes to rear muflers
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I was confusing them, what brand of Jpipe is common?
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exeler8 and richys jpipes are common. another you can use is from ATLP. its from TL but my friend has it on his auto v6 sedan. that one is probably best for performance and clerance as far as i heard
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Thanks man I appreciate the help, Im still trying to learn all this stuff!
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Cool I was looking for a thred like this. So.. would having a jpipe be street legal or would that depend on the state you live in?
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Perfectly street legal, it doesn't eliminate any cats. The v3 j-pipe does eliminate the third cat, the one underneath the car. But if they check for emissions you won't fail because of the pre-cats under the hood. If you state does a visiual inspections you would have a problem only with the v3.
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has anybody just replaced stock mid and y pipe with this? will it fit and is it worth doing?
I like this idea. Are you talking about the Greddy EVO 2 mid and y pipes? Or is there a company Called Evo that makes these? I searched and found nothing. I'd like to replace most of my stock exhaust, too...without going to a local shop and have them hack it. There aren't many options as far as (good) exhaust shops where I live.
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it is greddy evo2
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