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Old 04-15-2003, 10:21 AM   #1
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First off, please don't tell me to do a search...I've searched, and no threads have answered this specific question.

I'm thinking about getting the Cobb Stage 2 power package, along with the Stage 2 head package. My question, is this:

Instead of the Cobb exhaust, is there a better alternative that would work better with the package? I'm thinking about either going with Cobb all the way(waiting on the final release of the equal length header) or either Blitz nur-spec or brullen exhaust. What would produce more gains?
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sorry...double posted

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Old 04-15-2003, 11:20 AM   #3
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97legacygt - doing a full header-back will yield the most gains vs. just a cat-back.

Our header-back w/ the 2.25" piping is designed to maximize street performance.

We also have some mild street cams as well as lightweight valvetrain for the DOHC set-up which would go well with the cams.

Do a search under "Crazy Ken" he has our full header-back set-up on his Legacy 2.5 GT.
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