1998 Honda Accord EX
Owner: CARLOS (THEPUNISHER)
Date Added: 05/05/2004
Date Updated: 05/06/2004
Ride Specs
Engine

2.3VTEC, 4 CYL., WITH AN AEM COLD AIR INTAKE AND DC HEADERS

Interior

STOCK FOR NOW EXCEPT FOR THE PEDALS

Exterior

STOCK TOO.......

Wheels/Tires

STOCK.......

Supension/Braking

STOCK........

Audio/Electronics

STOCK STEREO WITH A 12OO WATT AMP AND TWO 1800 WATT 12" SONY EXPLOD WOOFERS

Future Mods

18" GUN METAL RACING RIMS, PULLEYS, CUSTOM SEATS (BLACK AND WHITE), TV SCREENS ON HEADREST.......ETC...

Comments
Posted By: Nittanys1
Date: 05/14/2004
yeah like they have said, you will lose low end torque but gain high end. I have the dual cuz it fits my kit. but i love how it sounds!!!

Posted By: nozpwrdcrd2000
Date: 05/11/2004
save your money aand drop an  serries accord euro type r motor. I havent seen one on this site yet.

Posted By: 4U2NV
Date: 05/07/2004
Nice ride. I hear if you go dual exaust, you might lose a little power due to too much flow. But you could always install a dual exaust, but only have one working exaust. The second would be a dead end. Check out my four door if you get the chance.

Posted By: 94accordex
Date: 05/06/2004
As far as the exhaust goes, it depends on what you are going for, looks or performance. If you are going for looks, then you should probably just go with 2 and 1/4 inch piping all the way back, since it will still be a single pipe most of the way. Actually, I think Magnaflow makes a dual exhaust for Accords. If you are thinking of doing it for performance reasons, I'd say just skip it entirely. Dual exhausts are really meant for vehicles with V-shaped engines that have a header coming off both sides. A good single muffler exhaust will probably do more for an inline 4-cylinder than a "fake" dual exhaust will...but that's just my 2 cents...