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Old 02-06-2013, 01:35 PM   #181
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loud or ricer loud?

I want to someday run a turbo and I heard some where that the stealth exhaust can't run one for what ever reason.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:06 PM   #182
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loud or ricer loud?

I want to someday run a turbo and I heard some where that the stealth exhaust can't run one for what ever reason.
loud loud... you can run stealth with a turbo... i know slammed 2.0 did it and he wishes he kept his race section.

most people start off with race and header and end up buying stealth
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loud loud... you can run stealth with a turbo... i know slammed 2.0 did it and he wishes he kept his race section.

most people start off with race and header and end up buying stealth

Interesting, well looks like I'm gonna go with race header, and stealth exhaust, I don't want to be that guy that the neighboors hate when i have to be at work at 4a.m.
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Interesting, well looks like I'm gonna go with race header, and stealth exhaust, I don't want to be that guy that the neighboors hate when i have to be at work at 4a.m.
i thought the same thing with coming home late from work or leaving early really didnt wanna be "that" guy lol
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Old 02-07-2013, 07:14 PM   #185
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My neighbor is "that guy" with the loud as shiat exhaust on his STi, so I don't give two hoots about making too much noise.
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:41 PM   #186
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If your not looking for power, then add a flex back exhaust system. The fwerk's 2.5'' kit is a good one. Get the stealth system. The fwerks header is the best header, if you want a little more power & torque. It all boils down to what your looking for. The costliest is a fwerk header w/ their stealth system. And then just adding a muffler to your oem exhaust is the least costliest.
Isn't 2.5" a little much if you don't intend to turbo (keep it NA)? And what did you end up running? I thought I read it in another thread you have a stealth on top of a Borla system? I am curious as heck as to what you are running...
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Isn't 2.5" a little much if you don't intend to turbo (keep it NA)? And what did you end up running? I thought I read it in another thread you have a stealth on top of a Borla system? I am curious as heck as to what you are running...
If your going w/ a exhaust system get a 2.5'' mandrell bent system. I have added a Fwerks header & stealth muffler to my Borla system. I installed the header/flex & stealth & removed the Borla muffler, but left the Borla resonator next to the fuel tank. It had awesome deep tone, but was pretty loud, so I installed my Borla muffler behind the stealth & it all fits to.
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Any tips and tricks for installing the FSWerks header and flex pipe onto the FSWerks race exhaust? Should be ordering Monday evening.
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Any tips and tricks for installing the FSWerks header and flex pipe onto the FSWerks race exhaust? Should be ordering Monday evening.
I used my original manifold gasket, & I oblonged the block to manifold bracket on the header side. Just slot the two holes on the header side. This bracket makes the header soild. I also used part of the insulation off the manifold to cover the alt. from heat. I'd for sure add a stealth muffler to your order too.
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Meh, not worried about it being loud. Loud around here is straight pipe pick-up trucks (I was once in that crowd) and some of the ricers. Thanks for the tips though.

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