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    sooo i got a cat back but...

    so i got a magnaflow catback on my 04 wrx.... i love hte sound it is way deep
    from 0 to 3 or 4000 rpm's i love the sound... but as soon as i really get on it the deep sound just gets lost in the higher rpm range.... what should i get next to get more of that higher rpm deep sound...
    i was thinking either downpipe or k&n short ram intake.....

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    Down pipe.
    Tuned by Jorge at P&L, 240.83whp 239.60wtq at 14.8psi on 2.0L with stock td04 (But doesn't run)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcyb1029 View Post
    Down pipe.
    +uno
    Stage II and loving it!

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