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Old 03-31-2004, 11:10 AM   #1
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Default prodrive axle back w/ what intermediate pipe and downpipe

all u prodrive axle back owners, i know most of u are running the turboxs stealthback with ur axle back, i was wondering if some of u are running another downpipe or have used aftermarket intermediate pipe to make it a cat back. just wondering what setups u have. so far im running the stromung 3 inch dp w/divorced wastegate and the stromung secondary 3rd high flow cat, stock intermediate pipe and prodrive axle back. was wondering if i should change the intermediate pipe or leave the stock one. any comments are welcome, thanx guys
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:33 AM   #2
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Leave it stock. Changing out the intermediate pipe isn't gonna buy you much in terms of HP, but it will cost you $$$.

I run a Bosal downpipe with the Prodrive Axle back. Everything else is stock.
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:52 AM   #3
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I just have the Stromung DP with stock 3rd cat and intermediate pipe and a PDE Uppipe and MBC and ran a 13.5 @ 100 so i don't think the the intermediate pipe is necessary. It's just gonna make my car louder which I don't want.
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Old 03-31-2004, 12:46 PM   #4
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infamous do u have an axle back? thanx guys, yah i think ill keep the stock intermediate pipe, im just waiting for my cobb accessport.
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Old 03-31-2004, 12:51 PM   #5
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showcase i like that setup and have similar except a stromung dual tip muffler/alxeback.

Like others have stated you will just be getting louder if you change much more.
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Old 03-31-2004, 01:19 PM   #6
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TurboXS stealthback + Prodrive WRSport sounds awesome. And FWIW I saw a post the other day where Cobb recommended a bellmouth DP (I think it was in the context of the 'port but I can't remember)

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Old 03-31-2004, 01:27 PM   #7
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Helix downpipe with stock mid-pipe and Prodrive axel back. Saved a lot of money and really don't think I sacrificed much HP.
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Scoobysport Stealthback with WRSport muffler (same as prodrive, different name stamped on the back).

It's loud as hell at WOT, and nice and pretty at idle. Definately a good combination.
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TurboXS stealthback + Prodrive WRSport sounds awesome. And FWIW I saw a post the other day where Cobb recommended a bellmouth DP (I think it was in the context of the 'port but I can't remember)

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Don't listen to john - he can't even capitalize his own name. What you really want to run is the TurboXS stealthback + Prodrive muffler. It sounds awesome and fits great.
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Default Re: prodrive axle back w/ what intermediate pipe and downpipe

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all u prodrive axle back owners, i know most of u are running the turboxs stealthback with ur axle back, i was wondering if some of u are running another downpipe or have used aftermarket intermediate pipe to make it a cat back. just wondering what setups u have. so far im running the stromung 3 inch dp w/divorced wastegate and the stromung secondary 3rd high flow cat, stock intermediate pipe and prodrive axle back. was wondering if i should change the intermediate pipe or leave the stock one. any comments are welcome, thanx guys
I am running the prodrive axel back, bosal dp, gutted uppipe and the stock intermediate pipe.
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Old 03-31-2004, 04:25 PM   #11
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cool, thanx guys for ur replys
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Old 03-31-2004, 04:42 PM   #12
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infamous do u have an axle back? thanx guys, yah i think ill keep the stock intermediate pipe, im just waiting for my cobb accessport.
My bad... yea I have a prodrive axle back too. so PDE UP > Stromung DP > oem 3rd cat > oem inter. pipe > Prodrive WRSport
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