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This is a discussion on 06 Wagon vs. Sedan within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Soobie Newb here, was wondering if the Invidia G200 Invidia G200 Titanium Tip Catback HS02SW1G2T would fit on my wagon, ...

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    06 Wagon vs. Sedan

    Soobie Newb here, was wondering if the Invidia G200
    Invidia G200 Titanium Tip Catback
    HS02SW1G2T


    would fit on my wagon, do the sedan fitments coincide with the wagon fitments?

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    The exhaust systems for 02-07 Sedan and Wagons are identical.

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    Thank you for the reply
    Here are the Three Exhausts I am considering, I think I listened to about 80 on you tube.
    Invidia G200
    Invidia N1 Exhuast
    Maddad Whisper

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmrortizWRX
    Thank you for the reply
    Here are the Three Exhausts I am considering, I think I listened to about 80 on you tube.
    Invidia G200
    Invidia N1 Exhuast
    Maddad Whisper
    There's quite a dB variance between the Invidia N1 and Maddad Whisper
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    MadDad Whisper sounds great IMO.
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    I like that one also, there is a Blitz item I like the Nur S I like they make an R which is axel back and an S which is Cat back. I also want to put an Invidia Divorced DT try and reduce turbulance in the stock Spool so it might spoon up a micro second quicker.
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    I was wondering if keeping the same manufacture on the exhuast has any bearing or if making a Fraken Scooby was the way most people Go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmrortizWRX
    I like that one also, there is a Blitz item I like the Nur S I like they make an R which is axel back and an S which is Cat back. I also want to put an Invidia Divorced DT try and reduce turbulance in the stock Spool so it might spoon up a micro second quicker.
    Blitz

    I was wondering if keeping the same manufacture on the exhuast has any bearing or if making a Fraken Scooby was the way most people Go?
    Exhaust parts are for the most part interchangeable - I went with an Invidia downpipe and Borla catback
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Exhaust parts are for the most part interchangeable - I went with an Invidia downpipe and Borla catback
    Is it TurboXS that has the odd lengths so you can't mix & match?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist
    Is it TurboXS that has the odd lengths so you can't mix & match?
    TurboXS has some weird lengths, but they do offer some things to remedy it: the stealthback will mate to any standard axleback, and they offer a "catback adapter" pipe to mate with any standard catback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Exhaust parts are for the most part interchangeable - I went with an Invidia downpipe and Borla catback
    Did you use the 3" Flang convertor, How does that work? do you cut off the 2.5 and slip fit the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmrortizWRX
    Did you use the 3" Flang convertor, How does that work? do you cut off the 2.5 and slip fit the other?
    I'm not currently. I have a small exhaust leak between the catback and the downpipe
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    Whatever you do; please don't rely on youtube for the sound of them.

    Youtube videos will kinda give ya an idea but they do sound different in person.

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