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intake and exhaust installation question

I am thinking about getting an Injen SRI and a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust with my tax return in a couple months. I was wondering...how hard are these to install? I know the SRI is easy. how about the exhaust? a friend of mine's dad has a shop and could help me. is it easy? I saw it done on an older civic on Horsepower TV and it looked simple. any help would be appreciated.
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Totally man, it's really easy. Especially if you have a shop where you can do the exhaust in?!! You got it made man, you got directions if you need them and you can basically just replace everything you take off. It all matches perfectly!! Good luck.
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what if I were to throw a new header in there too? are those hard?
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take it from me, i own the magnaflow and an aftermarket header. both are simple as ever. exhaust is all bolt on and hangers are exactly where they are from the factory. header installation maybe a little different as depending on the model you might need to do some welding.
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thanks guys. well it will be a couple months before I get them, but I feel pretty confident that I can do it myself. peace.
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real simple man, really simple, most the exhausts will be with stock hangers, the intake you really cant mess-up just remember to clean the inside of the tube, too many people forget that and remember to clean your filter... yeah it really shouldnt be a problem... the only thing i'd suggest is maybe getting a cold air, because it already comes in two pieces, you can short ram it for rainy days, the gain on a short ram is negligible... have fun man. neO
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