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i had a friend that did, but then he got a body kit and it only had space cut out for the stock muffler and the other one got hidden up under the kit, so if you want or have a kit thats something to keep in mind... our cars dont have torque anyways so if you really want a dual exhaust then i wouldn't let a few lost lb. feet of torque worry you, but if you want it purely for performance then i'd say go cat back
 

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it all depends on how its done for example if you have a 2.5" piping when you split it you dont want a 2.5" piping you would want somthing like a 1.5" going into each muffler because if its to big you will end up loosing back pressure.

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JDM_SOL said:
it all depends on how its done for example if you have a 2.5" piping when you split it you dont want a 2.5" piping you would want somthing like a 1.5" going into each muffler because if its to big you will end up loosing back pressure.

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yeah, you're right.... but it should be a little smaller than that....

I figure that the best way to have a dual exhaust is to have an MR2 style muffler, one inlet and two outlets on each side.... and there is also some Civic guy (check the Civic, exterior, and performance forum) that has a dual exhaust, and he swears by it....
 
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