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This is a discussion on 3 inch magnaflow exhaust 2011 subaru wrx within the Engine Performance forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; I just got a 3 inch magaflow cat back exhaust has anyone installed one on their 2011 wrx . I ...

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    3 inch magnaflow exhaust 2011 subaru wrx

    I just got a 3 inch magaflow cat back exhaust has anyone installed one on their 2011 wrx . I think that it should go on easy but you never know unless ya ask what I need to know do you need new hangers or anything that needs to be done or gotten when you go to put it on , so I have everything there when I put it on I did the same on my last car and it became a nightmare they said it was all there but I had the car on blocks for 2 days till I got everything , I hope that you all can answer or help me . Thank you.

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    It should have everything in there, unless you got the exhaust used. I have a colleague that purchased one and had no issues installing it. If you have access to a lift bay that is ideal, nonetheless you can do it with jacks. Make sure to use new gaskets (I am not sure if the MF system reuses the factory donut gasket). As far as hangers are concerned you should be able to use your stock ones unless they are in bad shape. Installing a CBE is not difficult. I also recommend purchasing a service manual; I purchased a digital copy on ebay for roughly $20.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoro721 View Post
    It should have everything in there, unless you got the exhaust used. I have a colleague that purchased one and had no issues installing it. If you have access to a lift bay that is ideal, nonetheless you can do it with jacks. Make sure to use new gaskets (I am not sure if the MF system reuses the factory donut gasket). As far as hangers are concerned you should be able to use your stock ones unless they are in bad shape. Installing a CBE is not difficult. I also recommend purchasing a service manual; I purchased a digital copy on ebay for roughly $20.
    Two year old thread, buddy. Hopefully he's got it straightened out by now.
    I have an STi with an intake and no tune, I never change my oil, and my wheel spacerz are mad tyte.

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