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Old 03-30-2010, 12:09 AM   #1
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VX exhaust difference between CA and FED?

My FED VX has a catalytic below the manifold.

Is the CA VX similar or is the catalytic in the middle of the car near the shifter?

1995 Honda Civic VX (SIL) 53MPG
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Old 03-30-2010, 12:18 AM   #2
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Probably just as you described.. Actually the VX isn't the only car to do that, at the very least the '96+ Civics with the D16Y7 all have that type of catalytic converter/exhaust manifold. That would mean the majority of Civics save for the Si and EX. However, since you're talking about the VX which is a '92-'95 Civic, here is what I found in the service manual. The '92-'95 Civic CX and VX both share the same type of exhaust manifold and catalytic converter while all the other Civics of that era have a traditional exhaust manifold and catalytic converter.

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The CX and VX exhaust setups are the same for Both Fed and Cali spec.

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