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Keironf89
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Hi new tp the forum and recently just bought my first subaru. Its a 2002 wrx wagon.

Was wondering if could get advice on what exhausts would fit mine. From what i can gather i have a newage model. But see loads of classic exhausts for sale. Looking underneath i see my downpipe is in two bits. Already has a decat on it. 

Could anyone point me in right direction for good exhausts and advice if a classic would fit newage

Thanks 

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4 minutes ago, RpsChesterfield said:

Classic exhausts are longer then newage or vice versa i cant remember which

They are both the same length in total, but classics have different length downpipes and centre sections.

If you're just getting a back box, both classic and newage are exactly the same length, only difference is the 3rd hanger points the wrong way. Which isn't a big deal as aftermarket back boxes are pretty light anyway so not overly necessary. 

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4 minutes ago, RpsChesterfield said:

O right on my last blib wrx i bought a classic exhaust and it way way too long and the flanges were at a diffrent anfle so i had to cut it down and spin it

May have been part of a full set? Not sure... I know I sold my old back box on here to a member with a classic and it fit no problem

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11 minutes ago, RpsChesterfield said:

Possibly could of bin then mate it was a blitz nur spec maybe there flange angles are diff so u have to use all there system.u no how some manufactures are

Ah yeh, blitz nur spec come as back box and centre section... so would def have been wrong length if it was for a classic

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