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post #16 of 22 Old 04-24-2013, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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Mosc what brand do you recommend and or run on yours
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screw cobb or invidia, get a perrin or if you can find one get a used Helix or BPM twister those were the two exhausts I loved the most on my car back when I ran an off the shelf setup

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the perrin twin tip is loud but it's twin tip and it has a really deep and satisfying sound to it.

I use the much quieter borla hush (which is a twin tip, 2.5" exhaust). And no, it's not a restriction on my car even at 280whp out of the 2.5L so it won't be on yours either.

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The Cobb exhaust sounds great and doesnt look like a big fart can on the back of your car so cops are less likely to look for you when they hear a loud car. Also its real stainless steel. I use a Invidia up-pipe on my car and loved the quality. I agree on checking on youtube, theyre both great companys.
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Well I bought the cobb stage 2 power pack plus there uppipe. Before I install all that and tune it what els should I do.

Iv replaced SPARK PLUGS, WATER PUMP, TIMING BELT, TENSENER, RADATOR, BATTERY.

what els would be good to change/update.
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Well I bought the cobb stage 2 power pack plus there uppipe. Before I install all that and tune it what els should I do.

Iv replaced SPARK PLUGS, WATER PUMP, TIMING BELT, TENSENER, RADATOR, BATTERY.

what els would be good to change/update.
How the trans fluid and the diff fluid.? Any boost leaks that you know of? Make sure you keep to the Cobb maps don't add parts to them.


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