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    Full Exhaust vs Rear Section Exhaust

    I am looking to upgrade my exhaust and I was wanting to get some input if its worth the extra money to get the midpipe and rear section over just the rear section. IMO full exhaust for our cars is outrageous, more money than I paid for a full 3" exhaust including downpipe for my SRT4. I am really debating over the Modern Performance Rear Section ($400) and the Magna Flow catback exhaust ($825). Does the Midpipe really justify over $400?

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    Hopefully some owners chime in with their personal experience with both types. The main thing most of the axle-back kits "fix" is the perpendicular t-junction on the factory pipes, where the mid meets the split isn't ideal for flow.
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    here is a pic for reference

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sales@roadrace View Post
    Hopefully some owners chime in with their personal experience with both types. The main thing most of the axle-back kits "fix" is the perpendicular t-junction on the factory pipes, where the mid meets the split isn't ideal for flow.
    thanks for the input, I knew the purpose the axle back did with allowing the flow more smoother. I had a 2.5 inch custom exhaust before I parted everything off when I was going to trade my car in, but I don't have the time or the shop access any longer to build another exhaust. The cost of the full cat back is just ridicules. Has anyone ever done dyno comparison's between an axle back and full cat back
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    My 2012 Abarth had the "Suitcase" rear exhaust section which is internally identical to the 2013+.

    I re-did the axle back to make it flow better. I noticed a difference in performance but the car didn't sound nearly as good as it did with the stock exhaust. I regretted the difference in exhaust note right away.

    ...and I agree with you. The prices for exhaust systems for these cars are outrageous.

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    I've been waiting patiently praying for a cheap eBay exhaust to come out for these things.

    The car is freaking 3 feet long and exhausts are all nearly $1k for 2.5 inches. It's ridiculous.

    If nothing comes out by spring in the "cheap" category, I'll be going custom. Local shop quoted about 350 bucks for a full catback in 2.75 inches and stainless with lifetime warranty...not mandrel bent though and that's the sucky part...but I figure adding that extra 1/4 inch makes up for the non mandrel bends.

    But I will not pay a grand for an exhaust...absolutely not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSandMan View Post
    I've been waiting patiently praying for a cheap eBay exhaust to come out for these things.

    The car is freaking 3 feet long and exhausts are all nearly $1k for 2.5 inches. It's ridiculous.

    If nothing comes out by spring in the "cheap" category, I'll be going custom. Local shop quoted about 350 bucks for a full catback in 2.75 inches and stainless with lifetime warranty...not mandrel bent though and that's the sucky part...but I figure adding that extra 1/4 inch makes up for the non mandrel bends.

    But I will not pay a grand for an exhaust...absolutely not.
    ask around... Every small town has a muffler shop that wants your business.
    custom is where it's at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunkout View Post
    ask around... Every small town has a muffler shop that wants your business.
    custom is where it's at.
    Already did. Great prices but there's nobody around here that does mandrel bends. At least not that I could find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSandMan View Post
    Already did. Great prices but there's nobody around here that does mandrel bends. At least not that I could find.
    Go smaller. Farther. They will be waiting.
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    Theres a local shop that does mandrel bends. Anyone had custom exhaust on Fiat 500T? I wanted to put something similar to the EC muffled dual exhaust on it. Wonder if they could re-create it.

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