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This is a discussion on SPT Exhaust within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Possibly trading in my 2010 for a 2012. The SPT Exhaust is a port installed option. Does anyone know or ...

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    SPT Exhaust

    Possibly trading in my 2010 for a 2012. The SPT Exhaust is a port installed option. Does anyone know or have performance figures on this exhaust system? Does it add any power at all to the newer vehicles? All help would be appreciated, thanks.

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    A catback will give no noticeable power gains on a stock car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    A catback will give no noticeable power gains on a stock car.
    ^This. No performance gains; however, it does sound awesome!
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    What they said. You'd need a downpipe and a tune at minimum to see any gains with an exhaust system.
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    we just got our '12 wrx premium and this pipe is good sound ..i like it..jeff

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