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This is a discussion on Achieving the 'boxer rumble'... axle-back vs cat-back? within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Update: I ended up going with a Perrin cat-back, purchased from WTF Tuning. Big props to Matthew for the help ...

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    Update:

    I ended up going with a Perrin cat-back, purchased from WTF Tuning. Big props to Matthew for the help and making the transaction painless. I'm really looking forward to getting the exhaust bolted up to my ride.

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    This.. and get a catback

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