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1) Does the piping on the rear side of the flange extend into the "ports" on the rear of the bumper, beyond the ports, or still factory position that stops before even getting to the ports?
2) Is there a difference in the dyno between the two systems (ie cat back vs axle back)?
 

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What is this then? Found it on the Jun website.
Loosely translated as "EVC Cat-back System"
Automotive exhaust Auto part Exhaust system Exhaust manifold Pipe Engine Auto part Vehicle Automotive engine part Car

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1) Does the piping on the rear side of the flange extend into the "ports" on the rear of the bumper, beyond the ports, or still factory position that stops before even getting to the ports?
2) Is there a difference in the dyno between the two systems (ie cat back vs axle back)?
The piping sits right at the OEM location--it does not go into the ports on the bumper.
We have not received a dyno on the axle-back, but I've already requested it. Jun wasn't even going to make an axle-back, but I basically convinced them that there is a market for it. They feel that's just changing the sound of the car, and even though there would be a performance benefit, it likely will not be as good as the full catback.
 

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Do you think it is possiable to get the EVC system without the sound actuator deal? I like the sound of the EVC system runnning wide open, and I dont really want to deal with running the wire and dealing with the switch and what not. The GT system sounds good as well... but I'm not so sure about how it get's mounted... not a big fan of those of only using 1 hanger that's 8 or so inches long.
 

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I know Magnaflow is looking at running a virtual straight pipe w/o a muffler. Does JUN BL have that style of exhaust. I love the sound of a good straight pipe on turbo cars, but Magnaflow doesn't have the kit available yet. Just looking at options since I am looking to buying something soon.
 

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If all you want is a straight pipe, custom is probably the way to go.
 

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Is there any benefit to go with a Cat-Back system versus the Axle Back or vice-versa?
I'm in MI, so no need to be carb exempt, etc, but I DO have to keep a possible move to Germany in mind in 2-3 years time.
 

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Is it just me or is anyone else going to cough up the $1,650 for the Catback Version?? I don't think I'll pay that much :/
 

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wow thats a crap load of money!!
 

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Yeah i could never swallow that. Thats over 4 months payments for me. Im sure its nice quality but its not worth that kind of money.
 

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I decided to go with the Jun BL GT catback, didn't see the point in the EVC version. More expensive than others out there, but being my first new car decided to spare no expense. LOL It's a great exhaust kit, great bends, doesn't hang low for those wanting to lower their VTs. And it has a great sound, quiet when cruising, throaty when you step on it.
 

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Is it just me or is anyone else going to cough up the $1,650 for the Catback Version?? I don't think I'll pay that much :/
Naw only a few will. I think it's way over priced. for 1650 you can get a tune for half the price and have way more benefits. hp gain is low compared to other exhaust that's half the price and gains are 60% more than this one. you can get a tune and a solo exhaust for the price of just this exhaust and be more satisfied because you stretched your dollar more efficiently. piping is piping no matter how you look at it.
 

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Prices like these really throw me for a loop. Is it a great exhaust systxxxxem? Sure. Is it a reputable company? Definitely. Is it worth 1600? Absolutely not. I understand to get aftermarket support there has to be consumers willing to by product. With prices jacked up like this though what exactly are they aiming for. IMHO the only reason this system is priced so high, is because there are very limited options as of right now for name brand exhaust systems for our VT's. I find this, well, disturbing. Take a look on corsportusa.com and check out products for the frs/brz. The 2013 civic si. Already over 100 aftermarket parts available and reasonably priced. Many of these systems aren't cheap knock offs either. Name brands like Skunk 2, greddy, vibrant, ect. What's the average price for these companies cat backs? $550.00 to $700.00. Don't get me wrong, I completely understand the VT is just now breaking into the tuner scene and things will take time, but with that price tag I really don't see this system selling very well. In the US at least. With that I would like to add continue to also support many of our sites small vendors pioneering the aftermarket frontier for our VT's. if they continue to sell, they will continue to fabricate( turbosocks, bd customz, midiablo ect.) I got it. People like Mugen can throw a tag on a spoiler and price it for 1500 and it WILL sell, but the consumer market has been there for yeeeears. Anyways sorry for the long rant. I know many of you will disagree, and I totally understand but this is just where I stand on this.
 
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