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This is a discussion on WTT: SRS Exhaust for something quieter within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Like title says. My SRS cat-back sounds great right now, but I'm running the stock downpipe and I'm afraid it ...

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    WTT: SRS Exhaust for something quieter

    Like title says. My SRS cat-back sounds great right now, but I'm running the stock downpipe and I'm afraid it will be louder than desired when I get an aftermarket downpipe. Anyone have anything to trade? I live in Westchester, NY.


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    IT's not much louder..... depends on the DP you get.
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    It's the scoobysport catted downpipe.

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    Doubt it will be any louder.... catless, maybe....
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    I have this same catback and to help quiet it down i cut off the larger tip and welded a smaller diameter stainless pipe in the middle and then slipped my stock 3 inch tip over that and it is night and day different and it was cheap to do. I'm also running a catless downpipe. Just an idea for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idipskoalmint View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by polkcntyaero View Post
    I have this same catback and to help quiet it down i cut off the larger tip and welded a smaller diameter stainless pipe in the middle and then slipped my stock 3 inch tip over that and it is night and day different and it was cheap to do. I'm also running a catless downpipe. Just an idea for you.
    Hmm interesting. I'll keep that in mind

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    dont they have silencers for the SRS exhaust? ive seen a few posts where they say their hard to get out, but if you want it to be quieter that could be a cheap alternative to lower the db level a little

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    I have the borla hush 3 inch on my 05 sti. I would be willing to trade it if yours will fit on my car.

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