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    Heres a video on how to install the Cobb Front and Rear Shifter bushings.
    Let me know if you have any questions!

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    How to install COBB Catback Exhaust

    Heres another install video for you guys.

    How to install a Cobb Exhaust

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    ^Damn I wonder if I can use that on my Invidia exhaust I need to install...I dunno man. It's not the same!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    ^Damn I wonder if I can use that on my Invidia exhaust I need to install...I dunno man. It's not the same!!!
    The hangers should b in the same area. Right? I could b wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmikewrx View Post
    The hangers should b in the same area. Right? I could b wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    I was being sarcastic
    Oh lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmikewrx View Post
    Oh lol


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    I didn't realize it was your vid! Good stuff dude!
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    Which side is the "catalytic converter side"?

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    Helow just wanna ask if its good to remove the catalytic convertor of the downpipe thanks is advance

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    Great thread! Got my 2013 Impreza WRX a month ago and alot of good information in here
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    Sorry to bump such an old thread but I just came across it and cannot leave it without reply.. That site (tintlaws.com) was sold several years ago and the new owner hasn't updated it in years. For example, it still lists SC's window tint law as allowing 20% light transmittance. The current law is now 27%. Please check out Window Tint Laws - WindowTintLaws.org for up-to-date listings.

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    No issues with bumping an old thread to fix dated info.

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    Subaru Splitter Install

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    Install for a front splitter from Aero Flow Dynamics

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