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    gutting uppipe question

    ok so ive been researching on how to gut your uppipe and have found quite a few of DIY manuals but i am kind of confused on something. Do i need to replace the uppipe gaskets when i pull it off? all of the DIY manuals online have been saying different things i know that it will be better if u replace them or can u reuse the old ones? i just recently put a tbe on it so i doubt the downpipe gaskets need to be replaced. Its on a 02 wrx with 118k the only mods are a tbe but i just ordered a cobb accessport so i want to gut the cat before i get it any help would greatly be appreciated thanks

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    Unless you've replaced the uppipe gaskets recently, I would get new.
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    no i havent replaced them for the uppipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxyo View Post
    no i havent replaced them for the uppipe
    Get new.
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