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      12-09-2012, 04:58 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Uruguaybmw91 View Post
Oh wow I had no idea. I found someone else with the same setup but with stock dps and he was sayin how it sounds amazing and no drone at all. Yeah I'm probably gonna go with the dps install because I want to run map 2 on my tune and then if I'm not content with the tone of the exhaust ill go with the resonator delete. Now I'm getting scared about the eisenmann exhaust cause I deff don't want to sound like a rice burner. Thanks bro and if you can get me more info I would appreciate since your the only one to respond haha.
No problem at all lol I'm a sound whore so to speak. You'll sound like a ricer more if you keep the stock exhaust. Its too restrictive so that's why its so raspy and sounds the way it does. Even civics can sound clean straight piped with the right exhaust. Just try the eisenmann system before you go to the catless dp's. When deleting a cat, it makes a louder note and raspier (in a good way) and it will sound a lot nicer with the dp's after. The reason I say go this way is because you'll love the eisenmann system either way. Its a beautiful exhaust note and if you want it louder, throw the dp's on. If its too loud, you can sell the dp's. And also, the dp's are expensive and a hassle to install and uninstall both ways from stock to catless and vice versa. The exhaust won't be as bad and you can DIY. Plus if you don't end up liking the dp's, you'll not want to get the exhaust system because you think the sound will sound worst. Me personally, I LOVE how loud my car is lol that's why I went crazy experimenting on a jdm n1 exhaust and threw it on my car and I loved the sound so much I went catless. If I didn't like it, its not a waste because I can always bolt my old ones back on (I had it flange welded)on the cats and cat delete.
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I'm going to use a very simple analogy, I hope you'll understand.
Driving is like having sex.
It really is. You can read up all you want about how to please a woman, you can look at all the diagrams in the world, but just like the clitoris, you won't know what the hell an apex is before you actually find it.