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I've got the Scoobysport I took off my '02 wagon. Should I try it on the STi?
 

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Answering my own question based on nasioc search results, the stock muffler on the STi is pretty restrictive. Guess I'll pop the Scoobysport on there for a try.
 

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HKS carbon-ti exhaust questions!

Following up on my own answer, I just installed the Scoobysport, and wow, does it sound nice! Can't dyno it, or even butt dyno it since I'm still in break-in, but it's on there to stay.

The Scoobysport sounded great on the wagon, but nothing like it does on the STi.

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Re: This doesnt feel good...

Slowride said:
Following up on my own answer, I just installed the Scoobysport, and wow, does it sound nice! Can't dyno it, or even butt dyno it since I'm still in break-in, but it's on there to stay.

The Scoobysport sounded great on the wagon, but nothing like it does on the STi.

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Let us know if you get any spikes on shifts on if the peak boost goes up. I'm curious to know.

TIA!

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Let us know if you get any spikes on shifts on if the peak boost goes up. I'm curious to know.
Sorry, I don't have a boost gauge.
 

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Singletrack said:
Let us know if you get any spikes on shifts on if the peak boost goes up. I'm curious to know.
Sorry, I don't have a boost gauge.
Ah - no worries. But if you ask me, I would get one. Will help you diagnose any issues, should anything go wrong.

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