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Just bought a 2014 civic si sedan, looking for a fairly priced Sri/ exhaust kit combo without having to purchase a flashpro. I was looking to pay for it to get tuned once everything is installed. Any suggestions?
 

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Might wanna check this thread out before deciding on an SRI.
http://www.9thgencivic.com/forum/ecu-tuning/189986-sris-suck.html
I wouldn't recommend running anything other than stock without proper tuning. Some aftermarket parts will throw check engine codes and make your car run like shit/potentially knock.

As far as exhausts go, I like my Full race 3" downpipe and catback. Other reputable exhausts are Skunk 2, Buddy club, Invidia, and injen. There are some good threads dedicated to exhausts, you should try researching a bit.
Also, downpipes have been shown to provide more power gains than just exhaust.
Hope you find the information you're after and welcome to the Si fam.
 

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i second all of this ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^:woowoo:
 

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Welcome to the club lol I have a 14 si sedan as well.

I have a K&N SRI. I haven't felt much a difference in performance but the noise it makes is incredible. I put mine on in about May and have had it on all summer. Even in July with all those 95 degree days heat soak was never really much of a problem. I didn't have to move my battery either (which voids warranty on the car).

I do agree with that thread though, if you are going for just straight performance a CAI is probably the way to go.
 

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In the end it comes down to personal preference. Are you looking for sound? Power? Specific budget? etc. Like the previous post mentioned, check out the other threads for specific exhaust and intakes and see what fits your taste.

Btw, I have the K&N SRI and love it! Fit my budget and the sound is awesome. Cant say there is much added power, but I'm fine with that. This is my daily driver, not my track car.

Good luck!
 

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(which voids warranty on the car).
It doesn't void the warranty on the car. It allows the manufacturer to deny coverage if a failure is directly related to the particular modification made.
 

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Yes that is what i meant. should have explained that i guess lol
 
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