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Old 09-27-2001, 11:42 PM   #1
RedlineRex
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I've seen some piping sizes for the mazda Rx-7 to be around 4 inches and it is a turbo charged engine. The biggest piping i've seen for the wrx is 3 inches. If I plan on adding a much bigger turbo in the future will the 3 inches be adequate enough? how wide is a good up-pipe? Thanx for any help you guys can dish out.
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Old 09-28-2001, 07:00 AM   #2
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Well, 3" isn't the largest, there are plenty of brands that offer 80mm, which actually equates to something around 3.2" That is what Imprezer is running on both his Syms/Cusco system and now his Bozz Speed system. Actually, Bozz now makes a 90 mm pro system if you really want bigger, but the 80 mm should be just fine for most people's needs. Besides, RX-7s may use those 4", but do you really want that 100+ db in your ear all the time?? 80mm is plenty to flow well at 400+ hp.

As for the up-pipe, you want to keep the factory diameter (I believe it is 2 1/4"). A bigger diameter up-pipe will reduce exhaust gas velocity going into the turbo. A sudden change in pipe diameter will also introduce turbulence and additional back-pressure. Shiv's up-pipe is a good option!

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