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    Performance, stock looking axleback?

    Hello, I have a stage 2 STi, and want my car to look as stock as possible. I was wondering if there were any axleback exhausts that yall know of (I already have a downpipe), that look stock for the STi. This means singletip. It also needs to sound good, bring out the boxer sound and not sound rice. Can yall help me out by either suggestions or links please?
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    Check out www.oakos.com they have a couple different axle backs. But really you'd probably be just fine with your stock STI exhaust.
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    Yes, I understand. I just want something not too loud but that brings out a little noise. Something under $200 for an axleback..
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrxRick
    Yes, I understand. I just want something not too loud but that brings out a little noise. Something under $200 for an axleback..
    Your not gonna find any axleback for under $200 bucks.
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    Ok, i'll have to search for used ones then....

    But I still would like for yall to name a few that look stock, if you could please..That would help me out tremendously
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    I've been looking at dual tips (i.e. borla Hush) and that's what I plan to go with (Cat back not axle back). I like the stockish apperance of the dual tips and they arent really loud either.

    As for single tips I'd suggest you look at the evo2 (not much of a melon launcher but sizealbe compared to stock). In engine performance there is a thread with exhaust notes/clips might want to read through that.
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    I would suggest that you get a Prodrive axelback. Good sound, many people have one and like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx wagone
    I would suggest that you get a Prodrive axelback. Good sound, many people have one and like it.
    I was going to suggest the same axleback. Many people have and love it for the deep sound and stockish looking tip. The tip comes in an oval or round shape.

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