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    Catback I am looking for a catback for a 2010 wrx without having to change out downpipe due to warranty what is the best drop in catback without swapping downpipe. I want the sound maybe with silencer for daily driver but change out for fun. I have heard the stories where if you go with N1 it might melt bumber and I don't want that just looking to keep the warranty and have a seamless install. I have had the car for 10 days and everyone on this site has been great. I know it seems stupid asking but you are excellent. Advice would be great.

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    all catbacks can be installed without having to change the downpipe. they are 2 completely different parts of the exhaust



    with that being said, there is not a best catback. its 100% about preference. some people like angled exhausts, some people like ones that look factory. some like them very loud, some like quiet. my suggestion is go to a local meet or worst case scenario, search youtube and pick something you like.

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    Listen to any catback you plan on buying BEFORE you buy it. Also keep in mind that exhausts also sound completely different on hatchbacks & sedans because of the different designs.
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    Best is subjective. Only you can tell you what you like.
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    Start looking at online shops and then searching each exhaust individually. If you come up with a list of systems you're interested in we can give you a quick opinion on them. But before you buy I would find your local club and go to a meeting and listen to their exhausts.

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