|Manufacturer Part Number||TP-CBS-SU01V2|
02-07 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Catback Muffler Exhaust System 02 03 04 05 06 07
|Price:||$276.80 & FREE Shipping|
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- Direct bolt-on replacement for the stock unit. Require no modification
- This catback exhaust works with stock downpipe or other aftermarket downpipe
- 100% stainless steel SUS-304
- 3" Piping and 3.5" Tip Muffler
- Vehicle Application: 02-05 Subaru Impreza WRX 2.0L H4 EJ205 Turbo, 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX 2.5L H4 EJ255 Turbo, 04-06 Subaru Impreza WRX STI 2.5L H4 EJ257 Turbo
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******I have a stock 2006 subaru impreza wrx with the stock turbo back. The bolts included in this kit are 10MM, my stock catalytic converter required 8MM bolts. A quick run to the hardware store solved this.*******
Easy to install, and sounds great. Amazing value.
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This exhaust appeared as if it would fulfill all of those requirements based on reviews and sound clips seen on YouTube. When it arrived it was well packaged and appeared to be of good quality, and the price is certainly reasonable. It bolted directly up to my catless downpipe with no issues; it fits well with the exception that it does touch the rear bumper, but I personally like that it fits that way. As far as volume goes, I think that this catback very loud, but the tone is pretty good. I plan on adding a resonator to reduce the volume on cold start somewhat and improve the tone at higher rpms (it sounds a little raspy above 3500 rpm or so). The volume of this exhaust also may vary depending on your setup before the catback. With a stock up pipe and downpipe, this would probably sound wonderful; however with a catless up pipe and downpipe, it is loud and somewhat raspy.
Overall, I would give this catback 4 stars out of 5. The quality is good for the price, and the sound is good, just a little too loud and raspy for my taste.
It is a tight fit at the back end, my car also has a skid plate over the rear diff. So the flange was tight in that area but after installing longer exhaust hangers the exhaust fits great has a great subbie rumble to it. It was the sound I was looking for. I didn't want the exhaust to sound like the old rice burners from the early 2000's.
I would recommend if getting this exhaust go ahead and purchase 4 long exhaust hangers, the factory ones are just to short due to the placement of the hangers on the exhaust. Also keep the factory exhaust bolts from the cat to the mid pipe. The exhaust does come with 4 new bolts and nuts but I prefer the factory bolts with the springs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Installed this when I installed my downpipe. Product looks good, fit is mediocre. It's completely tight against my bumper, had to bend the heat shield out of the way for it to stop... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jason
Sounds great for the price, I was surprised how quite it was. Obviously not comparable to a Cobb/Name brand exhaust, but doesn't sound bad at all. Read morePublished 14 months ago by augustine
Pretty bad exhaust. Bought as a replacement for an HKS Hi power that eventually sprang a leak at the flex joint. This exhaust is way too loud and sounds like a fart pipe.Published 16 months ago by Matthew J. Ciao
put this on my 98 legacy outback.. just the axle back part not the whole catback.. and it rubbles real nice! highly recomended for n/a subiesPublished 18 months ago by jose
Sounds great on my 03 wagon. It does rub so you will need some long hangers(I ordered some from kartboy). It came a little dinged up. Read morePublished 21 months ago by David Borton
Sound was deep, looks great and does NOT tough my bumper.had do get new hardware for the mid pipe but other than that its completely shocked me on how great it sounds like a cobb... Read morePublished on July 10, 2014 by Bobby Youngblood
I would like to say that this exhaust system is really good quality but there are few issues. Sound wise as it idles, it rumbles but as you pass 2500rpm is doesn't sound that... Read morePublished on May 4, 2014 by Dalibor