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    Which turboback exhaust for my 2013 sedan? New here!

    What turboback exhaust should I get for my 2013 wrx sedan? I've heard the two main ones are turboxs and invidia.. I've heard that turboxs can leak which is lame.. either way i'm getting catless - can someone compare different turbobacks for this car in terms of having resonators/ not/ that kind of thing? new here!

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    You need to go to a local meet up and decide which one you like best. Youtube/Google are your friend when doing this search. It's really difficult if not impossible to give exhuast advice on here. I personally heard the Agency Power exhuast and loved it.
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    Its best to go listen to them in person at a meet. But a big factor is how loud or quiet you want the exhaust.
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    Take it from me, didn't hear any in person and now I'm stuck with 2 I don't need and will be taking a loss on. YouTube is ok, but you'll really want to get a ride along.

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    Invidia catless with N1 race

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    Quote Originally Posted by starkall View Post
    Invidia catless with N1 race
    i completely agree
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    READY???!! NONE!!! Save your money and get a dp and use the rest of the money for other mods that will actually produce power
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    The OP asked about a turboback, which would include the down pipe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvinball View Post
    The OP asked about a turboback, which would include the down pipe.
    It does!?!?!? you're kidding!
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    How about this... honestly... the DP ONLY is all you need for power, the rest is the noisemaker part and does little for gains. If you just want to hear the rumble, that's cool... I just wouldn't recommend a 1000.00 part for noise only. I'd rather gain the power first.
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