Stainless steel exhaust for 96 Honda Civic
I got a new 304 stainless steel Exhaust system for my 1996 Honda Civic. It has
everything needed to replace the factory Exhaust with no drilling, cutting or welding!
It's a great DIY system from Spec-D Tuning, especially if you're on a
Honda Civic FD1 R18 - J'S RACING C304 50RS Exhaust
Hey follow Honda R18 fans,
Post up a better quality video of my J's Racing Catback Exhaust system. My old video is still up and
running on my other channel but its much poorer quality (as I didn't have a
decent camera that time)
J's Racing used a special stainless steel material called C304 which makes
it lighter than normal steel.
Note that the J's Racing resonator is smaller than the stock oem resonator,
which makes it sound louder and sweeter ;)
As you can see I have the Beaks rear tie bar which I got from JDMYARD.COM
The J's Racing is from JDMCONCEPT.COM.AU
My 06 Civic Si Skunk 2 70MM Catback Exhaust
2006-2010 Civic Si
Quote From 8thcivic.com member ATL Si
"Every video you hear does NOT do this Exhaust justice! It sounds so much deeper in
real life. It does not even come close to what I consider 'rice.'"
8thcivic.com member: TRobJunior
COMplex's Comptech Supercharged 2006 Honda Civic SI (FG2) - Making noise in a tunnel
COMplex's Comptech Supercharged 2006 Honda Civic SI making some noise in a
tunnel near Idaho Springs, CO.
At the time of this video, the car was making approx. 275whp/181tq @
4-6psi. Currently, the car is making 300+/200+. Hopefully I'll have some
new videos soon. This video is over a year old.
Exhaust: GReddy EVO2
Header: SSR Race Header (no cat)
Plus of course the Comptech Supercharger... and other goodies. More info can
be found at http://civic.plex.nu
Before the commenters make retarded comments... The camera car is a 400+
whp STi, and we were not racing. Yes he would beat me in a race. I don't
need retarded comments, but being YouTube I'm sure I'll get them anyway.
This video was taken on a closed course with professional drivers. Do not
2006 Honda Civic Si Driving Television Review
Driving Television Segment First Drive 2006 Honda Civic Si
The Si was redesigned for the 2006 model year along with all other Civic
trims, bringing about significant changes from the previous generation. The
car comes with a 2.0-liter K20Z3 i-VTEC engine that produces 197 hp (147
kW; 200 PS) and 139 lbf·ft (188 N·m) of torque, while also including a
6-speed manual transmission with a helical limited slip differential. Forty
percent stiffer spring and dampening rates from the non-Si trims and
stiffer sway bars have bolstered the Civic Si's handling, with the car
achieving 0.90g (8.8 m/s2) of lateral acceleration on the skidpad. It is
also the quickest Civic Si off the line, with a factory 0--60 time of 6.7
seconds according to Honda, Standard features include a moonroof, a
seven-speaker 360-watt sound system, 17-inch alloy wheels with 215/45R17
Michelin all-season tires, and key-less trunk access.
In Canada, the Acura CSX Type-S was offered in 2007, borrowing the engine
and drivetrain from the Civic Si but offering additional luxury options
such as leather seating. The CSX features similar front and rear fascias to
the JDM Civic, but with slight differences—the CSX has a crease running
along the center of the hood and front bumper, whereas the JDM does not.
The 2007 model changes for the Civic Si include the addition of the Si trim
for sedans, vehicle stability assist (VSA) (not available on Canadian
models. The 2010 and 2011 Canadian models had VSA), darker silver wheels,
body-color grille, a deck lid spoiler, reversed red/black coloring on the
odometer, and Si-embroidered front floor mats. The introductory price of
the Si Coupe increased by $800 to the MSRP of $21,090.
For the 2008 model year, the Civic Si received minor tweaks that include
even darker wheels than the 2007 model and a new shift boot with red
stitching. Mechanical changes included a new tire pressure monitor system,
a new rear upper arm that decreases the amount of rear camber, and a
lowered spring rate for the coupe to match the sedan. This was also the
first year Canada sold the Civic Si Sedan.