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Old 12-18-2010, 11:54 PM   #15

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A catback will be easier to put back to original. It just bolts back on...
When you put on an axel back, the original has to be cut off so putting the original back isn't quite as easy, but then it will get cut in a similar place to put in the remote mount turbo anyway.
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Old 12-22-2010, 06:39 PM   #16
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Where the factory mufflers are deleted is roughly 3" behind the mufflers.

Someone mentioned long tubes. This will not help the turbos, of what I have been told from STS its better to keep the factory exhaust manifold for pressure. Was going to go the shorties route with high flow cats but all its going to do is get louder and mabe pick up 1-2 horsepower. So it wasnt worth the $$$$ in my opinoin.
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