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The new MagnaFlow exhaust system for 2017 Civic Hatchback Sport (and Sport Touring) has been incredibly hard to get a hold of. We finally have about 8 of these in stock right now, so if you want this exhaust you'll need to place your order soon. Hopefully we'll have installed pics shortly. The exhaust looks amazing!

Even though this exhaust is in very limited supply, I can still offer a forum discount. Just PM me!

Product link: https://www.procivic.com/pages-product_car_part_info/category-70_86/product-826/index.html

 

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Wheres the clip ??? To be honest ..well let me say I guess Im an old guy 54 .. anyway .. I havent heard any aftermarket exhaust that sounds good on these lil tykes.

I was driving Rams for the past 20 years or so and the addition of a Gibson cat back gave those Hemis a nice rumble. For me, the yeild isnt worth the money.

But Id still like to hear the clip.
 

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I would like to hear a clip too! They should have released it with the exhaust. We barely got these in stock.

From what I have heard, it makes the exhaust tone quite a bit deeper.
 

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I didn't look to see how old this thread was but I purchased the Magnaflow Cat Back and I like it, as far as the sound, at 2,000 RPM's it sounds loud and similar to just a straight pipe IMO, and at 4,000 RPM's it sounds really deep and gets loud under WOT but cruising down the road between 60-85 it is barely louder than stock which is what I was looking for. So all in all I think it is a good exhaust if you don't want a really loud sound. As far as power gain, I have not dyno'd it but seat of the pants I didn't notice a big increase in HP or Torque. And as a side note, the stock exhaust studs are barely long enough to get the nuts on the new exhaust... All of this of course is just my opinion. If anyone has any more questions about the Magnaflow feel free to ask, I installed it myself so I may be able to shed some light on the experience.
 

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I also have the Magnaflow for my Hatchback Sport. The studs are supposed to be driven out and replaced with bolts. It's a little hard to break them off but they do come out. The bolts go in the flange holes left behind. After that it was pretty simple. Just line everything up on the hangers and tighten the clamps. I did mine on ramps with the rear wheels on lifts.
Took about 3 hours. Love the sound. Don't know if it has more power but that sound is cool.
 
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