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    Question just a new guy sayin hi

    I recently bought an 02 wrx and so far ive bought an upgraded top mount intercooler and bov, and i was wondering what exhaust would be recomended but the only catch is i realy don't want to go catliss also need some recomendations of intake's any advise would be great.
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    Welcome. Look at the stickies on your questions... Find a stock BPV first of all. Do you have any sort of engine mgmt? JUST a cat-back is what you are lookin for ? (sound only?) Answer away.... ppl will chime in soon.
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    your stock bpv is good up to 20 psi, so if i was you id put the stocker back on. unless you have it set right. your stock intake is "adequate" for up to 400hp range. but if you still want an intake search for brands that dont skew your maf such as cobb, spt, txs. as for exhaust what are you looking for? stock looking or jdm kickout? quiet or loud? you'll also want to look into getting a catless up-pipe. and a tune after these parts are installed.
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    I want to go for loud i cant decide if i want a stock look or N-1 style. how much does tuning usualy coast

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatefun View Post
    I want to go for loud i cant decide if i want a stock look or N-1 style. how much does tuning usualy coast

    +1 to what already has been said. But keep in mind, that you dont HAVE to get a tune to run a TBE safely(02-03's can run fine without a tune), but I highly recommend it because you will get the most out of the mods you spent your money on. The good news is that you have a very reputable OpenSource tuner right there in Fayetteville. His name is Robbie, and he just opened up a new shop in January. I cant remember the name of the shop, but I can get his number for you by tonight probably.

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    awsome thanks cuz ive been trying to find a good place to go for tuning and i would definetly like to have his nuber. thanks agian

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