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    Stock looking exhaust for 2005 WRX?

    The Borla Hush is an excellent choice for the 2004 models but what about the single-tipped, blacked out muffler on the 2005 WRXs?

    I'm getting mine soon and wondering which exhaust(s) would pass for stock looking.

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    just get the hush and pass your wrx off as a 04 model

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    Possibly prodrive Round Tip, Stromung, Cobb etc....

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    I have the prodrive round tipped axleback and I love the way it looks. It's very quiet as well which is what I love the most about it. I'd recommend this one.
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    I have the prodrive as well. Very nice sound. It gets a little louder w/o cats. The ultimate stock looking exhaust would be a TurboXS stealthback w/ stock muffler, then get a QTP exhaust cutout welded onto the downpipe.
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    All exhausts mentioned are great options.
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