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Old 04-13-2014, 08:11 PM
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Greddy exhaust

Hey everyone, I tried searching for this before I created a new post, but couldn't find anything that answered my question. I was looking into a getting a Greddy exhaust for my 5th Gen SE. Upon looking at the available exhausts on Greddy's website, I couldn't find any for the Prelude. I saw there were options for a Civic Si or a Accord, but none for the Lude.

Being curious if there were any Lude's running a Greddy exhaust I left it up to youtube to answer my curious question, sure enough there's a exhaust demo of a guy running a Greddy Racing Ti-C exhaust on his 2000 Lude. I went back to Greddy's online store and looked under the Ti-C racing exhaust and there were again only the Civic and Accord options for a Honda. Now to the point of this thread... Where can I get the Racing Ti-C for my Prelude? The guy on the youtube video that I watched seemed to have one working fine. Does anyone have a Greddy exhaust and would be willing to share where they got theres? Does it even matter if I buy a Civic or Accord exhaust? (My instincts tell me it does).

Any help would be much obliged. Thanks!

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Re: Greddy exhaust

Don't take this personally, i just love having a chance to use this-

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Greddy exhausts for our cars are phasing out, just as most aftermarket support. Going custom tends to be the better bang for your buck most of the time.
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i went custom. like it.
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Re: Greddy exhaust

that's the muffler he had welded on to his exhaust, says in the video. Go custom, that's what I did too. Just buy a n1 catback and weld on a obx Greddy evo style muffler and you should be good to go. that's what I had for a long azz time and I was happy but got into it with the law twice...ended up cutting off the obx muffler and welded on this sweet dual tip muffler, sounds sick and looks stock. try looking up obx mufflers, they make ok products
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