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Mugen Twin Loop install

Just picked one up, it was originally on a Civic Si. Does anyone have any tips on what I need to mount it up? I know I'll have to get new hangers welded on. For those that have had one before, is there any other mods I need to do to install this properly? What size/type gasket did you need to use and where'd you get it? Thanks for any help
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Re: Mugen Twin Loop install

the piping isn't going to match up, different bends.

you can weld the muffler onto some 2.5" piping from vibrant though.
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the piping isn't going to match up, different bends.

you can weld the muffler onto some 2.5" piping from vibrant though.
I forgot to mention that it's only the muffler that I have, no down pipe.
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Re: Mugen Twin Loop install

we don't know because it wasn't meant for our cars... will be trial and error on your part.
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we don't know because it wasn't meant for our cars... will be trial and error on your part.
Well they were on the 5th Gen Type-S, so I don't know what you mean by it wasn't meant for our cars. I know if it was the full system or even the cat-back then there'd be fitment issues with all the piping. But it's just the muffler and I know a lot of 5th gens have them.
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Well they were on the 5th Gen Type-S.
False. if I'm not mistaken, they come with the same exhaust as standard 5th gens.

Just get yourself some 2.5" piping from
Kteller or vibrant and a vibrant resonator and get it welded up and you'll have yourself a pretty nice system
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Re: Mugen Twin Loop install

Try the search feature 5th gen mugen twin loop on a 4th gen? and talking to axeb18. I know u have a 5th gen but he can prob give yhou some pointers.
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Re: Mugen Twin Loop install

they put headlights on bmws and on preludes, so by your logic bmw headlights will find preludes.......
I've installed a legit mugen twin loop on a 5th gen you idiot. I'm closing this thread before it gets out of hand.
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