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I checked the part reviews and it says nothing for the MagnaFlow Exuast System, I was just wondering who has this system?, and how they like it?

Oh, and is the Pacesetter system as bad as some people make it out as?, and does that bad rep reflect on the headers too?
 

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i need to do somethin about mine.. its startin to get on my nerves.. not sure whats loose... i get rattling noises when i turn.. i want a new exhaust bad.. tried to find what was loose but not any luck so far... and my damn flex pipe is ate to shit.. maybe its that
 

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if you're going turbo, you want 3" from the turbo all the way back. no questions asked. preferably no cat, absolutely no resonator, and straight through mufflers (ex: dynomax race bullets).

On turbo cars, back pressure is the biggest enemy. You want that exhaust to FLOW.

Generally, it's like this on all 1.8's. My escort and my friend's miata both noticed CONSIDERABLE increases in power running a straight header.
 

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The status is its ALMOST done. TRashknight has been very patient with us. Justin and my Schedules have been conflicting a lot so we haven't had a lot of time to work on it lately. Right now we just need a finish trial fit. then finish welding (just tacked right now) then some paint and its done.

I'd agree with james on the Cat. I am in the crowd that thinks it better to improve the environmental controls as much as we can. I'm all for highflow cats as apposed to none at all.
 

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yes you would lose power. But it won't hurt anything. If you are planning to go turbo I'd either get the 3" or wait until you are ready to install it to upgrade the exhaust.

I'd skip the resinator. What is the point of two mufflers? just get one with the performance/noise level you like best.

Also 2.25" is best for a NA car.
 
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