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Old 02-10-2002, 11:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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NAKAYAMA Racing Sports exhaust!

Anyone ever heard of this brand? This came on my '94 Prelude VTEC. This exhaust is pretty loud, it has no resonator and its not madrel bent, so I would not say its expensive. When I look into the muffler I can see streight through into the pipe. I would say it is an extremely free flowing exhaust. Its name once again is NAKAYAMA Racing Sports.
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Nakayama is junk.
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It does not look like the pipes are of a good quality, but the muffler section looks very good on a car. After 4,000 rpm there is a big rush of acceleration, as though vtec was ingaging. Besides exhaust I also have Mangnecore plug wires and removed resonotar. The stuff that I have to be ready put into the car are AEM CAI, iridium plugs, DC sports header, aem pulleys, 160deg thermostat. I will also bypass the throttle body coolent, and my secret engine sauce along with some very light weight tires for the front and back. Soon, I will put this all at once. Should be nice to take the car for a drive after these mods.

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