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This is a discussion on Finally Got Perrin Dual Tube Exhaust -- Wanna Hear it? within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; sounds nice, not too differn't than others out there from what I can tell in the vid but im sure ...

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    sounds nice, not too differn't than others out there from what I can tell in the vid but im sure the flow and whatnot is next to none.
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    Do you know if they stock the catted dp for an 07 sti. i have the dual tube system just no downpipe yet. do you advise replacing flange gaskets as well?
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    I also bought the Perrin Catted Downpipe from the awesome people of JSC Speed! I'm hoping to have a sound clip or video this Friday once I get a chance to install it

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    ^Why don't you email or call JSC Speed and find out? And yes, always replace your gaskets. Often times they will melt to the flanges and will break apart when you remove your old exhaust.

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    Night of the Living Thread.

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    Thanks man got gaskets on order. I wish we have more subaru enthusiasts in North Eastern British Columbia. Anyone close by?
    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    ^Why don't you email or call JSC Speed and find out? And yes, always replace your gaskets. Often times they will melt to the flanges and will break apart when you remove your old exhaust.

    Contact Us: JSC Speed

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