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got a 2002 rsx base model, anyone know any mufflers that produce a darker tone? dont want a catback or anything kinda just want a muffler. and i dont want it obnoxiously loud just want it to make a bit of noise. thanks!
 

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Honestly just hop on craigslist and facebook market, I've found some steals on some really nice parts. You can probably pick up an axle back or even a cat back for cheaper than it would cost you to buy and fabricate a muffler onto the stock piping, and as an added bonus you might gain a couple horses.
 

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Honestly just hop on craigslist and facebook market, I've found some steals on some really nice parts. You can probably pick up an axle back or even a cat back for cheaper than it would cost you to buy and fabricate a muffler onto the stock piping, and as an added bonus you might gain a couple horses.
the thing is idk what to look for. like are they a certain size?
 

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Hrmm. Muffler is really your only choice then. Or a shitty eBay catback, which I do not recommend. If you can spare $400, I'd recommend a Yonaka catback.
 
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yea that was the exact catback i was looking at cuz someone recommended it to me on another post. 400 is just a lot of money lol.
I say go on FB marketplace and buy a used muffler or catback. Since your budget is only 200, I'd just get a muffler that doesn't need to be cut so you can go back to stock if you don't like it.
 

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yea that was the exact catback i was looking at cuz someone recommended it to me on another post. 400 is just a lot of money lol.
I get that, but if you can afford $200 now, can't you save for a month or two and then afford $400? I mean yeah, you can just get yourself a noisy muffler if that's all you truly want, but with the Yonaka, you'll get the sound you're looking for, a little extra oomph power wise, and a nice stainless steel exhaust system that will last as long as you own the car and beyond. That's the route I'd go, but its up to you...
 
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I get that, but if you can afford $200 now, can't you save for a month or two and then afford $400? I mean yeah, you can just get yourself a noisy muffler if that's all you truly want, but with the Yonaka, you'll get the sound you're looking for, a little extra oomph power wise, and a nice stainless steel exhaust system that will last as long as you own the car and beyond. That's the route I'd go, but its up to you...
ah okay i get what ur saying. thanks for the advice bro
 
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