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#1 Old 05-04-2008, 11:31 PM
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Exclamation question about the 2008 spt exhaust for sedan

does anyone know if the spt exhaust system for the 2008 sedan a 2.5 inch cat back or 3 inch?????
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A 2.5 midpipe for the sedan and hatch, only the sedan is dual obviously, and 3.0 axleback for better performance and sound...
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anyone got any pics of the exhaust on the Sedan? i can't seem to see any, it's only the hatch i'm finding

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Is the SPT exhaust any good? Obviously Borla would be an ideal choice, but that's 3x as expensive...
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Just an FYI

I was going to get the borla cbe for the sedan, but I found out this would not mate with a standard aftermarket 3 inch d/p. They say it would only mate with a donut style flange like the stock and cobb d/p. I didn't get it because I already had the invidia d/p installed. Just an FYI
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Also, if you want you can still get it. You just take it to an exhaust shop and get an adaptor welded on, its not hard, or expensive.

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True dat

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Also, if you want you can still get it. You just take it to an exhaust shop and get an adaptor welded on, its not hard, or expensive.
He's right, but if your gonna spend over a thousand dollars on an exhaust don't you wanna have it fit just right out of the box? IMO. That is what made me think twice.
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But also if thats what you REALLY want, you will make it happen or work. Not trying to argue, guess its just a mentality I have had to adopt.

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all good

no arguement here, it's all good...we all have the same passion.
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