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Okay, here are 2 movie clips (~350K in size) that record me driving in LOW RPMs

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clip two
 

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It does sound great (and even greater with a VTEC car) and looks great too . It's on my list .
I assume you bought the 60mm one? Have you noticed any low-rpm power loss?
 

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MrNiceGuy- i did not notice any low-rpm power loss with the 60mm piping.

Flyin- i was probably doing around 35.
 

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MrNiceGuy on Sep/29/02 said:
I assume you bought the 60mm one? Have you noticed any low-rpm power loss?
60mm is the only size the EVO comes in. Greddy's listing of 60-70mm only means it steps up to 70mm at the muffler.
 

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Hmm i thought they offered 2 sizes to better suit NA and FI applications.
 

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I still haven't been able to find anything that is equal or better than the sound of a Tenabe Racing Medallion. I'd get one, except for the fact that I don't like the muffler look at all. Feh. If only HKS made a catback super dragger for Gen III's.
 

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S on Sep/29/02 said:
I still haven't been able to find anything that is equal or better than the sound of a Tenabe Racing Medallion.
go listen to the new SKunk2 Exhaust...its only realy made for integras and civics. japanese design, nice muffler....cost about 500$ deepest thign ive ever herd!
 

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not bad i wanna hear it at WOT tho
 

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Elements on Sep/29/02 said:
for the people who own the EVO,how do you like it
It looks good directly from the back... but kinda from the side and stuff looks a little bulky. Very reliable thus far. Low growl/hum at idle and easy accleration, but at wide open throttle, it can be heard quite a distance away. It will scream at you, but it will never sound high pitched or like a "weed wacker/lawnmower". It keeps a deep sound to it. Performance wise, I have not noticed a power loss anywhere on the band. However, higher up in the RPM (4500-5000 and up) I notice an increase in power. However this is all on the butt dyno, and how it feels. Don't have any hard evidence it's doing anything.
 

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How about rusting or vibrations in the interior of the car ? Any owner noticed anything?
 

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no rust anywhere on the system at all. muffler has none and along the pipes at the resonator and at all the bolt "joints" there is none as well.

there was a slight vibration at first, however it was the heat shield and not the Greddy. I think the heat shield vibrating is common with most aftermarket exhaust. You can either "reshape" or bend the shield or I just removed mine completely. There are a couple of smaller shields as well (one directly above the cat). Best thing to do is jack it up or take it to a shop with a lift (where I purchased my exhaust) and have a friend rev light and hard to find the spot. Best to wait until AFTER the car has cooled down to remove anything though. Risk burning yourself or stripping a bolt (easier when hot).
 
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