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Old 06-08-2002   #1  
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I know this is going to sound dumb, but what difference would it make ir i installed a A'PEXi Universal N1 NA Muffler or a A'PEXi Universal Dunk Turbo Muffler if i don´t have a turbo........... In asking this cause i can get the turbo one a lot cheaper with a friend............................
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its Apex'i.. not A'pexi
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Turbo mufflers are typically 3" or bigger at the inlet side, so you would need to have an adaptor made to go from your puny stock pipe to the 3" inlet for the muffler.
I would not recommend that you get the full exhaust because 3" piping is just too big for a stock, normally-aspirated 1.7L motor...you would have next to no torque.
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Can i use it if i have I/H
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I don't see why not...again, just get an adaptor made to mate your stock piping to the bigger inlet of the muffler.
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i have the turbo N1 muffler. just use 2.25" piping and get a reducer so it wil fit the tip of the muffler
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I would like to get a performance muffler too for my stock (except tint)
2002 5 speed LX coupe...I guess it will just give it more sound , that is
it? From what you said , i will just get an adapter to fit that tiny stock piping on my car! I wanted to get a cat-back exaust , but I guess it is useless with the 1.7L engine........
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here i made a high quality movie clip of the N/A!
here
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if your exhaust piping is that big, you will have a car that f*cking screams.. the noise will be very loud (i'm just warning you).. your car shouldn't need to breath that much if you don't have a turbo.. why don't you just get the axel back componants and just have the rest custom done in 2.25 or so piping.. just a thought..
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sorry, i guess that was redundant- shoulda read the whole thread.. hope everything works out
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y woudl u ever consider gettin a turbo exhaust? just get the n/a N1 and they stopped makin the dunk for many months now...
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hahahaha if u get the turbo one
its gonna be airy and really LOW
it wont be loud at all haha
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maybe some ppl like that who knows...? and they shoudl also get the CAI the looks like a retarded IC
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