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Old 19 Sep 2008, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question advice needed (catback or rear box)

Hi all new to the world of Subaru, just bought a 53 plate WRX standard and am looking into one of the above as I want to hear the rumble.....lol Can someone tell me what difference it makes between them and is it possible to have one that is not overly loud. Would like to know if there is any performance gains as well. I have a local "Taylor made " is this a route to go or not. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Re: advice needed (catback or rear box)

Originally Posted by fasterdad View Post
it possible to have one that is not overly loud.

Hayward & Scott classic style back box would be a very good choice.

Link: Stainless exhausts manifolds headers

Very nice sound and won't annoy your neighbours

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