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    a lil help?

    i got a few questions about performance parts here. im kinda new to all of this, but i was told that a "turboback" is a much better exhaust then getting just a cat back, with the full up and down pipe. i was trying to see what is a good brand to get. and whts usually the general price range for one. and any other suggestions like blowoff valves, AP , anything else that would be usefull. im sure im missing some stuff. but its 5am and i r tired lol. but any help would be very greatful. thanks.
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    I'm a newbie too and still in the process of trying to figure out exactly what I want to do to my 02 WRX.

    As far as I've read, the turboback is the way to go. However expect to pay around $1000.00 for one that is of decent quality. Cobb sells a setup that works well with their Access Port.

    The Access Port is the way to go as far as engine management is concerned. Easily put back to stock and not a piggyback unit like the Ecutek.

    From all I've read the Cobb Stage 2 is the way to go. That's the Turboback exhaust and the Access Port flashing your stock ECU to stage 2. Drop a K&N or Perrin filter into your stock air box and you'll be very happy with the results.

    Of course this is going by what I've read. Right now all I have is a Perrin filter in the stock air box and the GP Moto elbow to replace the stock "intake silencer".

    hope this helps,
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