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STi exhaust

Hey everyone, i have an 04 WRX and was wondering if i'd benefit if i got an sti exhaust (and if it would bolt on) instead of spending more on an aftermarket.

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I would think the Sti exhaust costs more than other systems. I could be wrong though.
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new from the dealer it is expensive. used I picked up the STi muffler for a 100 smackers, it flows a little more than the wrx, that's about the only difference (and the STi has two resonators in the intermediate pipe). I got it because it's quiet, quiter than any aftermarket muff that's for sure.
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If you are gonna do exhaust do a turboback. catback and all that will be more for sound not a noticable performance upgrade. Take it from me, I got a 3inch catback when i first started on my rex and i noticed ZERO increase in power.. and i wouldnt doubt if it dropped your torque some too. i ended up taking off my 3" catback..

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ive got my stock catback still. i intend on keeping it that way for a while too. you dont need it for anything right away really. until youre flowing a whole lot it will do fine. i ran a 13.8 the other day with just a downpipe, uppipe, and temporary 15 psi boost.
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thanks for the input everyone; that was just a thought in my head and being an impulsive person i decided to post. i found a package by grupp-E that im gonna save for that has an up/down pipe and a catback. :-D
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