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07-19-2004 07:15 PM
R&DSVTZX5 The stock exhaust is a really good setup, fine tuned for the SVTF. Just get the ORP, if you like and can afford to then get a aftermarket exhaust setup of your choice. But the ORP is a great mod to have with decent gains to offer as well.
07-19-2004 06:14 PM
essveetee If money is a concern, get the ORP. If you must have a catback, look into MBRP. They are very reasonably priced ($229) and will give about the same gains as the Borla or any other 2.5" catback on the market.
07-19-2004 04:18 PM
hogy72 beantowns right, Get the orp, great gains over the stock system. For the money u'd be using for the catback, id get a short ram by steeda and a UDP for some nice gains, really opened up the car
07-19-2004 02:11 PM
Beantown Focus
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Originally posted by SVTmonkey
Don't get the ORP, get an intake. No sense in polluting like a mofo with the ORP.


get the orp and just say you use it "off road" to keep everyone happy
07-19-2004 02:03 PM
SVTmonkey Don't get the ORP, get an intake. No sense in polluting like a mofo with the ORP.
07-19-2004 01:20 PM
TooGQSVT Just go with the ORP and keep your stock exhaust. SVT already tuned our exhaust systems so buying a cat back is pretty much a waste of money. The only way you might see some gains is if you went with a 2 1/2" system, but the gains would be minimal. Get the ORP, keep your stock exhaust, and use the money you would've spent and buy an AEM cold air intake.
07-19-2004 12:56 PM
daSVT
off road pipe and cat back

I really want to get an off road pipe but would it be ok to just keep the stock exhaust? Or would it be a better idea to buy another cat back to go with the orp? I don't have to much money and like the stock exhaust but really want an orp. I would rather spend my money on something else than a cat back exhaust because ive heard that you would not find that much gain from a new cat back.

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