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    hi from my 07 wrx

    hey hey hey i just bought my first Subaru over winter break but sadly my dad wont let me take it back to school until i sell my 1999 ford ranger so i have time to think about what i should do to it i want a CBE exhaust and a new intake any suggestions would be great i would have about $1-2000 for upgrades at the end of each summer

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    Catback: Since there isn't a best catback, determine what style, loudness, and tone you like. Once you've narrowed down your choices to a few options, listen to them in person. When you've decided on one or two, start perusing the classifieds for a used one.

    Intake: On an relatively stock car, this isn't going to do much but create noise. Determine if you want a short ram or cold air intake.


    Before modifying, get a decent amount of seat time behind the wheel of the car and see where you feel it's lacking. If you're happy with a particular aspect of the car, leave it alone. If you're not, then tweak it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Before modifying, get a decent amount of seat time behind the wheel of the car and see where you feel it's lacking. If you're happy with a particular aspect of the car, leave it alone. If you're not, then tweak it.
    I couldn't agree with this more... mod a little bit at a time, that way you will keep yourself interested in your car. Those who drop a considerable amount of money into their car at once tend to become bored with the car over a very short time.
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    i wouldn't have thought of the classifieds for exhaust and thanks for the tips

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    Quote Originally Posted by newkidontheblock
    i wouldn't have thought of the classifieds for exhaust and thanks for the tips
    Just about every car enthusiast forum has them, and they're a great place to save some coin on parts.
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