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This is a discussion on Downpipes within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hello everyone i know i have already spoke with a few of you guys in the chat area but i ...

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    Hello everyone i know i have already spoke with a few of you guys in the chat area but i wanted a few more opinions on who are some companies that make downpipes that are good quality?

    I have already looked a at PERRIN, Nameless, COBB, Invidia, and one more i just cant recall the name.

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    Those are all great brands. I personally have a catless invidia bell mouth downpipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    Those are all great brands. I personally have a catless invidia bell mouth downpipe
    +1. I have invidia also. Mine is catted, though.
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    I've ran a TurboXS downpipe for years without complaints.. now I'm switching to ETS. The ETS piece is great, but probably not for you.

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    If it were my money, I would go with:
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    I went with Turbo XS, no fitment issues or other issues... I think you will need the stealthback though because the DP is for 02-12... or 13 now and the newer cars the DP doesn't mate up the right way without that extra pipe. This is just MY opinion, others may know better and I could be wrong. I bought a custom pipe that Eric from TP had made for his own car before he got a full exhaust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    I went with Turbo XS, no fitment issues or other issues... I think you will need the stealthback though because the DP is for 02-12... or 13 now and the newer cars the DP doesn't mate up the right way without that extra pipe. This is just MY opinion, others may know better and I could be wrong. I bought a custom pipe that Eric from TP had made for his own car before he got a full exhaust.
    what changed on the '13 that it needs a different downpipe? this is news to me, could of sworn the '13 is the same as the '12....and the '11....and the '10.....and the '09...you get the idea lol

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    Crawford doesnt have much for the 11s yet Starkall but im looking forward to them adding more to the list.

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    The 08 sti uses same downpipe

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    You already have a bunch of good names. Any of them will do just fine, but there are really just two things that ideally you want:
    1) Cast iron bellmouth
    2) Catted (prevents possible boost creep issues, also helps with emissions)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EndlessSea View Post
    what changed on the '13 that it needs a different downpipe? this is news to me, could of sworn the '13 is the same as the '12....and the '11....and the '10.....and the '09...you get the idea lol
    i'm not saying the downpipe changed from 2013 I was saying also the 13's... or trying to anyway. I'm just not sure if the section at the back mates up to the OE exhaust with the TurboXS, someone else that has one would have to verify that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starkall View Post
    The 08 sti uses same downpipe
    That's interesting 08 STi will fit my 11 ill have to look into that. Thanks.

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