Invidia 02-06 RSX Type-S N1 Cat-back Exhaust System
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For a good balance of price and performance, Invidia offers the motorsports enthusiasts a strong line-up of Invidia N1 Exhausts
- They are constructed with high-quality SUS304 stainless steel, CNC-machined flanges, and manufactured with a polished finish.
- Each system features mandrel-bent stainless steel piping for maximum exhaust flow and reduced back pressure.
- These sxhausts are engineered to produce strong mid to top-end power gains, as well as an increase in horsepower and torque.
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Michael Bond | March 2nd, 2020
Simply put this exhaust sounds Awesome! Not too loud and under deaf celebration you get some pretty decent pops and crackles. Pair this with a race header and it’ll pop and bang all day! Fits super easy and sounds great when Vtec comes on. Definitely worth the money and it comes with a silencer
Campbell | April 25th, 2017
I purchased this exhaust system based on other reviews which I had read a few weeks ago. The reviews hit the nail on the head. Installation was fairly straightforward, and everything lined up perfectly for me on my 2002 RSX Type-S. One thing to note is that the exhaust tip itself has a VERY tight clearance on the cutout in the rear bumper, and it may even be touching. In terms of noise, the N1 gives a deeper rumble when you start up, and is a bit louder when driving around town (and under about 4k RPM). Once you lean on the car though, and engage VTEC, you're greeted by an aggressive howl as you climb up the rev range. It's not as shouty and obnoxious as some other systems, though it will draw peoples' attention when punch it. If you run the silencer (which comes with the exhaust in the box), it's much quieter. The best bit? As one other comment mentioned, the exhaust DOES crackle and burble a little bit on overrun, and when you lift off after hard throttle, which sounds AWESOME. I would recommend this to anyone looking for an affordable upgrade to the OEM exhaust. Awesome job Invidia!
Kristian Svalland | April 22nd, 2016
I don't have much of a performance setup yet... I am late to the scene. I've had my 03 Type-S since Dec of 02 and have loved the car since then. I've been wanting to get an exhaust for it for a while now and finally took the plunge. Glad I did, this one sounds amazing, and between the shifts, you still get a bit of that spit back sound like the Jag Type F roadster does when shifting gears and coasting. Great sounding exhaust. oh and there is actually minimal drone when driving on the highway at around 70-85 mph even without the silencer.
Chelsea Bizek | April 4th, 2016
I absolutely love the sound of this exhaust! It makes the car sound clean yet tuned if that makes sense. I previously had the Greddy SP2 exhaust which I loved until the inside started to rattle. This exhaust is louder but in a good non-annoying way. The one thing I did notice was that it hangs a bit lower than my old exhaust which causes a bit of a problem since I am already lowered on coil overs.... still trying to find a solution without raising up the car- I literally scrape the mid pipe of the exhaust on nearly every parking lot I enter and that was never a problem before. However I love the sound and I would definitely recommend.
Alister | March 22nd, 2016
This is not loud like other n1 style exhausts. Paired with a plm header it doesn't get loud until wot above 4500rpm. It does have a drone at highway speeds (70-80mph), but not as bad as my old skunk2 mega power r exhaust. Only down side is when vtec kicks in yo, it does attract attention from unwanted sources, I.e. police and ricers. Oh 05 type s, tuned at 210whp