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Old 06-13-2018, 09:12 PM   #1
WyoOutback
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Default 2.5 Outback Exhaust Question

Hey NASIOC gang.
So I installed a Nameless Performance axle back exhaust on my 2011 2.5 Outback today, and absolutely love it. While my friend and I were doing it, was wondering about a either header back exhaust or a cat back exhaust. To the best of my knowledge, cat back is out due to there not being a break in the exhaust system. Anyone know of places that fab header backs for the newer Generation outbacks, or would it be a fully custom job to get a new exhaust from the headers to the Nameless axle back? If so, what are some good sources of pipes/rods and such (preferable aluminum) to make one, if it is at all reasonable. I have friends that have TIG welders and pipe benders and would want to help me with the project, so thats not an issue. Just wondering if it is feasible to do. Another thought is there any header backs from another boxer engine that would work with some slight modification?
Should note that have a lot of rust on my exhaust system, so thats one reason for me wanting to take this project on.
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:40 AM   #2
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any decent exhaust shop can fab you up a mid pipe. just go with steel. aluminum is not going to like the high heat and will not last.
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