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2008 wrx hatch

Old 05-05-2014, 04:49 PM
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2008 wrx hatch

I have a bone stock wrx and I'm looking into exhaust/intake and was wanted some input on what I should look into. So far I'm aiming towards Cobb or Perrin intake and invidia N1 cat back exhaust. I'm new to the subaru/turbo car scene so any advice would help thanks!
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:30 PM
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I have an 08 that's running 360/435 right now.

Are you planning on modding further that intake/exhaust? If you are then you should do suspension first.

But to answer your question:

AEM intake
The N1 is LOUD I have one but it's not as loud with equal length headers on cold starts you are definitely waking up any close neighbors
CNT downpipe
Torqued performance stage 2 tune (Eric is the man)

You mind as well go stage 2 and call it a day.

PM me with any other questions. I'm happy to answer then.

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Old 07-27-2014, 07:51 PM
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I just saw this I think Arma is a new brand
they have variable exhaust valve
here is the link
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