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Old 06-13-2017, 12:39 PM   #43
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The cheapest catless downpipe you can get that requires no modifications for a CBFA is the CTS for $399.

Probably still cheaper to buy a $99 eBay pipe and have a third o2 fitting welded on and the flange holes elongated.
I believe my EuroJet went for around 380.00 but might of been on promotion when I bought it.
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Old 06-13-2017, 01:52 PM   #44
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I believe my EuroJet went for around 380.00 but might of been on promotion when I bought it.
I think EuroJet was bought out by another company recently and are no longer available. UroTuning did sell their catless version for $359.
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The cheapest catless downpipe you can get that requires no modifications for a CBFA is the CTS for $399.

Probably still cheaper to buy a $99 eBay pipe and have a third o2 fitting welded on and the flange holes elongated.

The CTS would be worth it to me. Having someone weld something is always a gamble, the cost difference between that and a CTS isn't enough to make me want to get a 99 ebay dp anyways, I'm sure the CTS is better quality to begin with. Additionally, a $400 dp compared to a $750 is really awesome and worth it. Then $150 on the tune and I'll still save at least $300 total. But man, 700-800 bucks for a DP when the power gain just isn't a lot.
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