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Old 28 Jul 2015, 05:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New to subaru.

I just bought my first subaru last week
It's a 2015 impreza 2.0 sedan
And I thought it would sound louder than it is.
Is there any way I can get it to have a nice rumble
Thought about buying UEL headers but idk.
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Re: New to subaru.

removing the cats will increase the sound, bear in mind may well invalidate your warranty though
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