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lookin for a resonabel stack kit miter 5 or 6in twins cut if i delete the cat is it worth the extra headach to do a down pipe please advise the best place to buy thanks

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i'd go with a turbo back exhaust to your stacks bed kit

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the downpipe is worth it, huge difference in sound. you may have touble doing a 4". mine is a 3.5", which is much easier to fit. strait pipe sounds sick on the '03 too, that turbo whistles nice. maybe try looking at for kits. it can be pricey depending on what you want but it will give you the options you want. my kit came from them, without a stack tip, then i changed their system to fit my 8" pipe. but its worth checking out.

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