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Old 09-29-2011, 09:13 PM   #29 (permalink)
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'95 Integra Yonaka Exhaust - YouTube here's an outside vid of the exhaust on my car
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Old 09-30-2011, 06:50 AM   #30 (permalink)
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So.. After doing much research and reading a few posts on here, i decided to purchase the Yonaka Motorsports Catback exhaust for my 1997 Integra. The package arrived in about 4 days in a nice box with all the exhaust parts wrapped well and individually. The construction and welds of the exhaust are amazing. It is fully stainless and even includes hardware to install.
I just installed the exhaust a few days ago. Fitment and installation was a breeze. No Problems. No one believes i only paid $300.00 for it. The sound is very deep, and has no rasp and no drone on the highway.

Thats my 2 cents for this particular catback and i am very pleased with it.. I will do a followup review after having it on for awhile.



yeah man, they do sound good for the price.
q: are you running a high flow cat. w/ them yonakas (or a test pipe)?
if so, what are you using?
if not, were you able to honestly tell the noticeable performance difference w/o um?
yeah, one of my future plans is to bolt-up some yonakas or ws2 but i can't seem to make up my mind on converter upgrade; good ones are not that cheap at all.
test pipe is not an option for me; I can't stand the fume and I'm sorta environmentally conscious... but really the fume.
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well, i drove my friends with yonaka, stock headers and oem cat. the butt dyno felt more mid end pick up, but i didn't take it to high rpm(but that's really where the exhaust would shine)

test pipe(my red car has tannabe muffler[similar] with no cat, and it's much louder than this exhaust!

high flow cat will make a HUGE difference on the car's power(similar if not, equal to text pipe) and still have an amazing sound. if you have the budget for a high flow cat, you should do it!
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I really doubt that. You'll pick up a couple hp but remember these are little 4 cylinders not big v8s. I dont find anything that expensive worth it.
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Id say i noticed an increase in power, it pulls mid range better, notice more top end. I am all stock header and cat. Helps engine breathe better, thats for sure.. but its not gonna give you huge gains
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high flow cat will make a HUGE difference on the car's power
ja mon.
i knew it...
i gonna git her done.
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ja mon.
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i gonna git her done.
on a decently worked b18c1, my man ken got maybe a 2-3 whp gain with a hiflow cat. not what i would call OMFGZZZ. don't expect to much on a virtually stock setup. it'll be mostly noise and possibly throttle response.
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Does anyone know what sound deadening material they use? I like the look & definitely love the price but I will have to pass if it's glass pack & most likely it is.
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Yeah it is. My resonater blew out after about a year. I noticed glass strands all over my bumper the first few days of driving too. Mufflers still good though
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muffler is fiberglass, im not sure about the resonator
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just ordered mine.
they're back at tunersports.com
the price is still $250 shipped.
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these mufflers tuck REALLY well btw!
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you must be using the higher hangers with shorter rubber hangers.....it shouldn't sit that high
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wait...
i thought yonakas are direct bolt-ons.
do they come with higher hangers welded onto it?
or what should i expect to do.

man I guess i'll figure it out once it gets here.
but really I bought it because it was cheap and I was gonna do it myself in my garage...w/o the welding and cutting and all that.
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