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This is a discussion on Turboback exhaust question within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey all this is my first post on clubwrx . I recently purchased an Invida V2 catless downpipe and Invidia ...

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    Turboback exhaust question

    Hey all this is my first post on clubwrx . I recently purchased an Invida V2 catless downpipe and Invidia N1 catback. I was wondering if any one has suggestions on taking off downpipe first or catback first. And any just random little things I should know before doing the remove and install. Thanks!!!

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    I am assuming you will tune for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose42 View Post
    I am assuming you will tune for it?
    Ya srry forgot to add I bought a Cobb AP V3 plan on running stage 2 91 octane tune.

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    I would hit all the bolts with PB Blaster ahead of time. Then I would start with the axleback and work my way towards the turbo.. then install in reverse order, starting with the downpipe.

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    Sounds like a plan, thanks for the help guys!

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    Might be a little late, but this is how I have done it to 2 of my wrx's a few of my friends. Start by removing your intercooler, then remove the turbo heat shield. (note: I started my car and let it get pretty warm before I started. Not all the way to running temp, but just enough to heat the bolds/nuts off on the downpipe. After removing the stock turbo heat shield spay down all of the bolts/nuts on the DP with PB-Blaster, and spray em good! Then follow MainFrame's advise, start from the rear, work your up.
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