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Old 01-27-2014, 02:12 AM   #1
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Default 2002 N/A Outback Cat Question

Hey guys, this forum has been a great resource and have even found a few parts on here as well so thought I would turn here again

My 2002 2.5L Wagon has a leak in the exhaust behind the cat and a rattling heat shield on one of the CC. I have recently passed AirCare and wanted to get some peoples thoughts on replacing the warn out exhaust. Is there a pipe or kit that you would suggest to replace the cat and leaking exhaust. Its a risk if they do not discontinue AirCare, but the car sounds like poo right now.

Any thoughts or direction I could be pointed for replacement new/used would be greatly appreciated! Cheers
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Old 01-27-2014, 05:08 AM   #2
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after market with hiflow cat?...

or go to any muffler shop and have them fab up a custom solution.
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Old 01-30-2014, 01:40 AM   #3
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Thanks DIGGYGV8. I may have found a used WRX muffler & mid-pipe. Just need to do some research to see what other sections of the exhaust I will require from the catback. Any suggestions on sites/locations to find a high flow cat? Thanks
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Thanks DIGGYGV8. I may have found a used WRX muffler & mid-pipe. Just need to do some research to see what other sections of the exhaust I will require from the catback. Any suggestions on sites/locations to find a high flow cat? Thanks
If building a custom exhaust at a muffler shop, they'll have cats they can weld into the setup.

Hoegler's in Richmond is pretty good, have had them do some work for me in the past. Granted OEM is usually best and may be cheaper if someone is upgrading or has it as spare.
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