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#1 Old 01-23-2005, 03:02 PM
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cobb downpipe?

I am thinking about getting the cobb downpipe that comes with the high flow cat and was wondering if anyone has any experience or opinion about it. Performance and sound. Or if anyone can recommend a different dp with a cat. Gotta stay legal or move out to the stix.
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If you like their design, go for the Stromung. I have heard its cheaper and the same piece. If you want a catted DP, my personal preference is TurboXS.
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There's a place in Tenn. thats not the stix? JK.
Helix has a catted DP thats suposed to be good and they are a pretty good price too
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I was looking for a while for a catted downpipe as well. Finding that most hardcore wrx's were catless, and not finding any good advice on the catted downpipes i just went catless. I can deal with changing the downpipe to stock once every 2 years for my emissions test. It's worth it.
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and going with a catted downpipe will keep the CEL away,right?
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mvig im pretty much in the same place you were with findind advice. probably just gonna go with a cat-less. and i will be lucky ehough to have to change it every year. oh well.
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do you think when it comes down to smog time...the smoggers will look at my catless design and then see the resonator and think thats the cat??
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i installed the cobb DP with high flow cat last week and it has been great. the install was straight forward and everything fit perfectly(except the stock heat shield which had to be slightly modified to fit over the new DP), its been about 150 miles since the install and no CEL yet.
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