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Old 06-16-2015, 11:44 PM   #76
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Gotch ya, just found the Exhaust FAQ. So the downpipe connects to the turbo, which is why id assume i need a tune. Where as the catback connects to the rear caralytic converter instead of front.

Do you know much about warranty info on changing an exhaust? I know if i were to change downpipe and have a tune theys probably say no.

Yep you got it, the exhaust and downpipe threads will give you all the info you need. As far as warranties go, catbacks are okay and do not affect them. As soon as you swap the downpipe and/or do a tune, you're at risk of voiding your warranty. It's not guaranteed to void or not, that comes down to the dealer handling the claim.
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Old 06-16-2015, 11:46 PM   #77
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Yep you got it, the exhaust and downpipe threads will give you all the info you need. As far as warranties go, catbacks are okay and do not affect them. As soon as you swap the downpipe and/or do a tune, you're at risk of voiding your warranty. It's not guaranteed to void or not, that comes down to the dealer handling the claim.
Roger that, will def look into that some more. You da bomb eshimits

One more question, regards to 'used exhausts' if i didnt want to spend 1g on a new one, is there really any major problem going about one?
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Old 06-16-2015, 11:50 PM   #78
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Roger that, will def look into that some more. You da bomb eshimits

One more question, regards to 'used exhausts' if i didnt want to spend 1g on a new one, is there really any major problem going about one?

No problem, I'm no expert but I've done a LOT of research since I bought my Subie in January!

And used is definitely a great way to go if you can find one, the condition will give you an idea of how long they had it on their ride. People typically revert their cars back to stock before they sell, so you might even be able to work out a trade for your OEM exhaust plus some cash and get a great deal.
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Old 06-28-2015, 11:59 PM   #79
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Thank you so much for your review!!! Do you have any experience on HKS exhaust?
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Old 08-06-2015, 11:48 PM   #80
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2015 wrx I have researched and listened to far too many clips, for me the dual tip invidia N1 titanium can't be beat for price, following will add killer b j pipe
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Old 01-02-2016, 12:22 AM   #81
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Okay I have a 2013 Subaru sti with the spt exhaust(sedan) and I've been searching for the past 4 monthson what exhaust to buy. I want an exhaust that isn't obnoxious but can be heard, I love the n1 street but fear it will be too loud as I daily drive and don't want to deal with a lot of drone. The q300 is amazing just too quiet for my tastes almost the same as spt, can anyone chime in? (Will be on stock downpipe)
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Old 01-25-2016, 11:34 AM   #82
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Okay I have a 2013 Subaru sti with the spt exhaust(sedan) and I've been searching for the past 4 monthson what exhaust to buy. I want an exhaust that isn't obnoxious but can be heard, I love the n1 street but fear it will be too loud as I daily drive and don't want to deal with a lot of drone. The q300 is amazing just too quiet for my tastes almost the same as spt, can anyone chime in? (Will be on stock downpipe)
I'm in the same boat as you. Have the SPT exhaust and invidia catted downpipe on my 2010 wrx sedan. I love the sound of the SPT, I think it sounds amazing, but it's just not loud enough. I'm looking for an exhaust that keeps that low grumble, boxer rumble that the SPT does so well. That deep boomy rumble, I love it. Just want more volume. Np deletes seem to loose all of the deep boomy rumble and instead are loud and raspy, n1 sounds pretty damn good, thinking that may be the one...
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Old 02-01-2016, 06:45 AM   #83
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I was in the same boat as you. I had the nameless performance catback with muffler deletes and a catless downpipe, it was loud af but on roadtrips i wanted to shoot my self due to how loud it was. I sold it and got the invidia n1 street, which is the perfect boxer sound
I have a stock downpipe and wanted to get the nameless performance catback with muffler deletes, i love loud but im afraid it will be so loud that ill always be getting pulled over. Do you think ill be okay or should i get the 4" muffler with the full catback system
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Old 02-01-2016, 07:12 AM   #84
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I've heard them all, SPT still is my favorite sounding. I have a Q300. At the meets and gatherings after time you run into just about every combination. Most are cattless and ULH, so keep that in mind.

This is the one if you have a sedan or hatch, it destroys all but the SPT

http://www.arkperformance.com/ARK-GR...1302-0110g.htm

Happy hunting.
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Old 05-04-2016, 01:31 PM   #85
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For someone who is moving on with their life (25) about to get married and **** and can't really have a loud car as I did in the past, the q300 was by far the best exhaust for me. If you get on it, it sounds raw and amazing. But cruising and idling, just commuting or whatever you may do, it is barely louder than stock. Sometimes the stock one droned more in certain rpms to be honest, there is no drone. And IMO one of the best looking exhausts as well as keeping the quad tip design. I love mine
funny cause i gotta move on too.. and might go back to the q300

I'm driving work associates around sometimes and i can't hear anyone in the back
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Old 01-03-2018, 11:15 AM   #86
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Invidia N1 Street
The Invidia N1 Street has the same midpipe as the Q300, so you can just buy the rear axleback for the N1.

Can anyone else confirm this? I've seen some conflicting information.
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Old 01-03-2018, 11:57 AM   #87
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Default 2011 WRX Sedan Exhaust Reviews! Invidia N1 , Q300, Nameless Performance!

^ Iím going to go out on a limb here and suspect that if you actually called Invidia they would likely know.

But hey... I could be wrong...they only make the muffler.
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Old 03-01-2018, 02:06 PM   #88
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Thanks for sharing! Exhaust very well be the next upgrade so this has been helpful!
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