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    Hey guys I'm just curious about something.. I have an 02 wrx stage 2.. I have a flowmaster flange back Exhaust 2.5 in and a 3 in bellmouth megan racing downpipe.. I'm looking to get rid of the catted mid pipe.. any suggestions as what to buy? Do I need somme sort of adapter in order for everything to fit correctly? I've noticed that turboxs has a mid pipe adapter but that's really the only thing I can find .. I'm just looking to complete my exhaust .. any input is appreciated

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    The Megan downpipe should have replaced the midpipe. Are you sure it's a Megan? There are very few true midpipe replacements.

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    Yeah it is most definitely megan.. would that part be something an exhaust shop could craft for me?

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    If the downpipe is not a shorty (like TurboXS), then the midpipe is no longer there. The regular length downpipes extend all the way back to the catback.

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