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    Quote Originally Posted by Not-EWRX View Post
    I would go with a TBE and a pro tune. Some extra's that would be really nice to have before the tune would be a BCS and some sort of big intercooler.
    The only thing about a TBE that worries me, is boost creep.
    I really don't want to get too carried away modifying the STi, and I want to keep my drivability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick31 View Post
    The only thing about a TBE that worries me, is boost creep.
    I really don't want to get too carried away modifying the STi, and I want to keep my drivability.
    Get a down pipe with a high flow cat, like the cobb street, and stage 2 will not reduce drivability one bit i would keep all the stock parts and just go with the downpipe and a protune.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick31 View Post
    Not sure. I just bought my STi, so I haven't had the chance to ask around. I doubt people meet in Howell, but we could always start one. It doesn't have to be Howell, it can be anywhere. Hell, I'll start one in Port Hellhole- er, I mean Port Huron. Maybe even Utica, or Waterford... who knows. I just know I'd like to meet up with fellow WRX/STi owners once in a while.
    yea it would be nice to meet up with some people some where... i know there are a few wrx/sti owners around where i am i just dont know them personally i just see them driving around... when it gets warm a bunch of people with imports always meet up on the weekends.. fri/sat nights we usually meet up in a parking garage on MSU campus and hang out and go cruising on the strip and ****...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicWagon View Post
    Get a down pipe with a high flow cat, like the cobb street, and stage 2 will not reduce drivability one bit i would keep all the stock parts and just go with the downpipe and a protune.
    That's a good idea... keeping a cat on there will leave some backpressure.
    Keeping the stock parts would be a must, considering I might run into warranty problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicWagon View Post
    Get a down pipe with a high flow cat, like the cobb street, and stage 2 will not reduce drivability one bit i would keep all the stock parts and just go with the downpipe and a protune.
    Well said.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick31 View Post
    That's a good idea... keeping a cat on there will leave some backpressure.
    Keeping the stock parts would be a must, considering I might run into warranty problems.
    I doubt you will have any warranty problems. Full Cobb stage 2 here and zero issues. I have the stock bits for the done with the WRX part out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX View Post
    Greetings and welcome to the club!

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    I doubt you will have any warranty problems. Full Cobb stage 2 here and zero issues. I have the stock bits for the done with the WRX part out.
    Thanks for the welcome!
    Yeah, I think the avatar adds some personality.

    I'm just really worried about the full exhaust messing with my warranty, that's all. I know you say that you don't have any problems, but it would be my luck that the day my turbo blow's, the dealer will tell me that "because I have a high performance AFTERMARKET exhaust, we have to deny your claim. You were probably racing it, which also contributed to the turbo failure."
    I would hate to have to switch the stock exhaust back on everytime I need to get the car serviced or repaired, you know?

    I'm not too worried about the tune, as I could always just re-flash back to stock.
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    Also, just in case I break down and buy this... which is the best performance TBE with a cat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick31 View Post
    Also, just in case I break down and buy this... which is the best performance TBE with a cat?
    never heard a bad thing about the Cobb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick31 View Post
    Thanks for the welcome!
    Yeah, I think the avatar adds some personality.

    I'm just really worried about the full exhaust messing with my warranty, that's all. I know you say that you don't have any problems, but it would be my luck that the day my turbo blow's, the dealer will tell me that "because I have a high performance AFTERMARKET exhaust, we have to deny your claim. You were probably racing it, which also contributed to the turbo failure."
    I would hate to have to switch the stock exhaust back on everytime I need to get the car serviced or repaired, you know?

    I'm not too worried about the tune, as I could always just re-flash back to stock.
    No need to worry so much. Really.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick31 View Post
    Also, just in case I break down and buy this... which is the best performance TBE with a cat?
    Performance wise they are all pretty much the same. You are then left with looks and sound.

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    never heard a bad thing about the Cobb.
    A pricey, but very nice choice. I like mine well enough.
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