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Old 04-21-2010, 04:55 PM
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Cat Back Exhaust question

just wondering i came across this civic cat back for sale they want 60 bucks for it if i cut it right behind the muffler would it work on my 95 se








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Re: Cat Back Exhaust question

Possibly. Any decent exhaust shop would be able to cut that and flange it up for you. Alternatively if you're quite handy with a MIG and tube then you could do it yourself.
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You can fit just about any muffler to any car. If you are going to be doing it your self I can recommend getting another stock muffler and cutting it off around the same place then just weld the stock pipe to the new muffler and there you have an easy bolt on muffler. And for the record its not a CAT-back muffler, just the rear muffler.
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You can fit just about any muffler to any car.


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Possibly. Any decent exhaust shop would be able to cut that and flange it up for you. Alternatively if you're quite handy with a MIG and tube then you could do it yourself.


Thanks gonna buy it tomorrow there is a muffler shop here that has put a muffler on my old car gonna take it there this is just for the mean time later when i get my new engine ill upgrade to a actual cat-back
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just wondering i came across this civic cat back for sale they want 60 bucks for it if i cut it right behind the muffler would it work on my 95 se
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You can fit just about any muffler to any car. If you are going to be doing it your self I can recommend getting another stock muffler and cutting it off...
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