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This is a discussion on exhaust sound changing with mods? within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I had a 3" catback since december and love the sound of the boxer engine in my 04 wrx. Im ...

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    Registered User MisterNBG's Avatar
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    exhaust sound changing with mods?

    I had a 3" catback since december and love the sound of the boxer engine in my 04 wrx.

    Im finally going stage 2 and im curious if the aftermarket unequal lengthed headers, catless flex pipe up pipe and 3" catless do wn pipe will change the already low rumble of my car.

    Stupid question i know but i just want to know if the car will lose its signature sound

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    Unequal length headers will retain the "rumble"
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    I would expect more rumble when going catless..

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