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This is a discussion on axle back question within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I was thinking about going with an axleback first since i have no money and it gives some power. I ...

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    axle back question

    I was thinking about going with an axleback first since i have no money and it gives some power. I thought i would work my way up to end up with a turboback and at the same time have that nice 4 cylinder sound. Does this seem like a logical plan? I could probably throw on an axle back just by roling under the car rite?

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    it will give you little to no power...i started with a catback, but i was still getting used to the car and wasnt looking for power...if you want power, start with an up and /or downpipe first, will cost the same or cheaper then an axleback.

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    up and down pipe is better for power but an axle back is good for sound. It depends on your focus, if you want more power definitely get a up/downpipe if you just want it to sound good go with axleback
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