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WTB: DB8 Type-R Exhaust System

Looking for an OEM DB8 Type-R Exhaust System.

I missed my chance at one on eBay a while back and now I'm starting to build. There is a mid-pipe on eBay but no muffler currently.

I know it's gonna be tough to find but figured I'd give this a shot.

Will need it shipped to Houston, TX 77040.
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i would buy the muffler new from acura to be honest, the price difference for one on ebay and one from honda or acura arent that far apart.
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i would buy the muffler new from acura to be honest, the price difference for one on ebay and one from honda or acura arent that far apart.
Unfortunately, we never saw a DB8 Type R in the states, therefore, the dealerships won't have a muffler for one either.





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Unfortunately, we never saw a DB8 Type R in the states, therefore, the dealerships won't have a muffler for one either.
couldn't you use a regular type r muffler? I thought all the mufflers were the same and it was the b pipe that was different.
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couldn't you use a regular type r muffler? I thought all the mufflers were the same and it was the b pipe that was different.
The axleback section is longer, the coupe muffler will fit with some squeezing but it will tuck way under the bumper.

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