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Old 22-11-2006, 09:31 PM
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to get the WRX system to fit an RS perfectly you need to extend the diff back pipe and modify hangers.

If you have a sedan the diff back extension is about 20cm and you need to modify the mid section hanger.

If you have a wagon the extension is about 30cm and both the mid section and muffle hangers need to be moved.
sorry i guess i didnt write that clearly. was just wondering how much it cost at ASG to get it done. obviously a bit more work than a wrx fitment as you've mentioned above.

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Old 22-11-2006, 11:03 PM
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It cost me $250 at Exhaust World in Northbridge.

I imagine ASG would be around there, no more than $300.
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Old 30-11-2006, 11:20 AM
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Guys, I'm looking into fitting this system, can you provide any feedback? Power improvement? Noise factor? how much would ASG charge me to fit one?

any feedback would be greatly appriciated
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Ive had little hicups after fitting the system, but car related though, Just got it fixed today...I had the up-pipe fitted the as well, Ive noticed quicker spool up, nice whistling sound too
Exhaust has a very low nice sounding note, does not drone at all in the cabin,
I rekon the up-pipes worth fitting too,
I had mine fitted from fatsport for $220, with the up-pipe,

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Old 30-11-2006, 11:53 AM
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Huge power improvement for me accross the rev range. Especially in 1st and 2nd where the restrictive exhaust woulnt bring my boost up fast enough. I used to get 12psi in 1st and 13psi in 2nd etc, etc until 16psi in 4th. Now I get around 13-14psi in first, so that has made a significant difference to my 0-100 times.

Above 100kph the car is much more responsive with heaps better acceleration for "overtaking" on the freeway.


Nice exhaust note. Very low frequency rumble and no drone at all in the cabin at highway speeds
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Old 30-11-2006, 01:04 PM
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much appriciated guys, i don't suppose i could get a pic of what it looks like from the back of the car?
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Old 30-11-2006, 03:22 PM
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Image courtesy of Subastyln...

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thank you...will it be far enough from the ground on a stock suspension, for my wife not to damage it on the first speed hump?
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Old 30-11-2006, 04:33 PM
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I still have stock springs on the back of my car and I have never had any problems with scrapes on speed bumps or anything.
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Above 100kph the car is much more responsive with heaps better acceleration for "overtaking" on the freeway.
Thats what I noticed the most... awesome exhaust, I love mine

Also my car is lowered and I haven't but it on anything yet (but I am careful with speed bumps)
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