How should I do my exhaust system on my stock 2010 WRX?
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This is a discussion on How should I do my exhaust system on my stock 2010 WRX? within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Anybody have any suggestions towards what exhaust I should get? Should I do a muffler delete (straight pipe), new mufflers, ...

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    Lightbulb How should I do my exhaust system on my stock 2010 WRX?

    Anybody have any suggestions towards what exhaust I should get? Should I do a muffler delete (straight pipe), new mufflers, or should I just run a full turbo back system ? I still have warranty on my car, so I don't want to mess with my cat, or my down pipe. What's your opinion?

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    James Howard

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    Sounds like you should do just a catback then.

    Budget?
    Local Ordinances/Laws?
    Picky Cops?

    Let's narrow your choices:
    -Can style muffler
    -Regular style muffler
    -Muffler delete

    I suggest jumping on youtube. Although, keep in mind many youtube vids are misleading when it comes to actual tone and loudness. So absolutely take it with a grain of salt. But it could help you narrow down your list. I'd go to local meets or autocross to check out what everyone is running and hear it in person. Promise you'll be happier if you do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    Sounds like you should do just a catback then.

    Budget?
    Local Ordinances/Laws?
    Picky Cops?

    Let's narrow your choices:
    -Can style muffler
    -Regular style muffler
    -Muffler delete

    I suggest jumping on youtube. Although, keep in mind many youtube vids are misleading when it comes to actual tone and loudness. So absolutely take it with a grain of salt. But it could help you narrow down your list. I'd go to local meets or autocross to check out what everyone is running and hear it in person. Promise you'll be happier if you do this.
    Thanks man, defiantly will, I'm not worried about cops, I was was thinking in the range of 1600 bucks . That's max though.

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    You should be able to get anything you want for that price!

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    1600 is a lot. get the borla atak series its teh best sounds like a monster

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    well used you can have an entire TB exhaust for under a grand! I have q300 and I love it, got a good rumble and zero drone. That's paired up with a catted DP so that probably helps a little.

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    Yeah, used is the way to go. I got my JiC Magic 505 used. It's in like new condition. $900+ new, bought for $300 used.

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    2011+ OEM, it's what I did lol

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