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My mid pipe is leaking right in front of were it curves up over the suspension. I am looking at getting a cat-back exhaust and i know there is the greddy out there and i am also considering having a shop custom bend some pipes for me.

What other options are out there for mandrel bent 2.5" cat back exhausts. I would kinda like to try and stay as low profile as possible because i am NA right now but getting the money together for a turbo setup and i don't want to attract a whole lot of attention to my car. (sleeper baby!)

Also what is the best prices anyone has found on exhausts? I know pacesetter exhaust is cheap and i can get a really good price on it through work but i know their quality and i would rather stay away from them.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Let me know what you guys think and what you have on your cars and what you think of it.

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I have a greddy on my 94.It's ok but loud some times. It makes good power check out the one from courtesy it made like 2-4 more but is a little louder. And it's all stainless. Hope to see you in oct. james
 

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Well last time i looked at courtesy's website i couldn't find any listing for exhaust for our cars. Do i have to call them?

Maybe if i can get an exhaust before the meet i will install that at the meet too. I am already planning on doing a B&M short shifter there. (picked it up today as a matter of fact.)

Anyway thanks for the suggestion i will check that out.
 

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I was always under the impression that a 2" Exhaust is the best on the SR20 no matter what application. Why doesn't anyone want ot run a 2" anymore. I know for a fact that the B13 vGreddy is 50mm (2"). The HKS is 2 38/ but has a restrictive muffler. I have a 2" Greddy mid pipe and a 2" Dynomax and it feels real strong downlow.

DYNO CHARTS
This is a dyno chart of my car with the following mods: -Cold Air Intake -Stillen Jet Hot Coated 2G Header 4-2-1 -Stillen Throttle Body -Jim Wolf Computer -Unorthodox 2 pulley set (Crank and waterpump) -2" Exhaust with Dynomax Ultraflow muffler -Free Flowing Cataylatic Converter -10:1 Compression Primra Motor
This is the actual HP figures as coming off the dyno.
The humidity facor (It just rained) and temperatures have to be factored in as well. So whatever dyno numbers were shown you still have to factor in 9% to compensate. That will be my wheel hp. Remember this is a naturally aspirated motor.


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http://www.angelfire.com/ny/ianjiggyroom/Dyno1.JPG


So according to the dyno I am making 135hpX9%=147.14hp. Not bad to the wheels saying I don't have cams.
 

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I took your advice SR20Forum, I searched and wanted to add to the thread.


I saw up there they were talking about a Greddy Cat-back for the B13? Anyone know where I can get one and also, can you guys point me out to some other companies that make cat-back's for SE-R's. Thanks.
 
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