SPT vs TurboXS CBE question
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This is a discussion on SPT vs TurboXS CBE question within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have a full turbo back Turboxs exhaust currently. The TurboXS is rattling and just sounds bad on a new ...

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    SPT vs TurboXS CBE question

    I have a full turbo back Turboxs exhaust currently. The TurboXS is rattling and just sounds bad on a new 13 WRX (Dealer and I verified it is not hitting anything and we ran it on the lift and can tell it is in the muffler). The car came with an SPT performance exhaust that looks identical to the TurboXS. I am considering just bolting it back up to the Txs downpipe (if it will fit) and running it until I can figure out if Txs will warranty it. Does anyone know if I will really lose anything between the Txs CBE and the SPT CBE? I am currently running a Cobb stage 2 tune. Would it still work if I used the SPT CBE instead? Sorry if noob questions. New to this. Thanks!

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    I'd check with turboxs on the warranty. I have a txs exhaust and it is great quality. As far as the stage 2 tune you should be fine with spt. Just log data to be sure as always.

    I ran into some rattling at first too and found out a heat shield was touching it. A little bending and it was fixed...sounds like that might not be the source of your rattle though.

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