Invidia offers the motorsports enthusiasts a strong line-up of Invidia N1 Exhausts for your Subaru WRX and STI that are constructed with high-quality SUS304 stainless steel, CNC-machined flanges, and manufactured with a polished finish. Each catback exhaust system features mandrel-bent stainless steel piping for maximum exhaust flow and reduced back pressure. Invidia exhausts are engineered to produce strong mid to top-end power gains, as well as an increase in horsepower and torque.
- Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
- Exhaust Orientation : Angled Exit
- Installation Hardware Included : Yes
- Piping Coating : No
- Piping Flex Joint : Yes
- Piping ID : 76mm
- Piping Material : 304 Stainless Steel
- Piping Taper : No
- Silencer Included : Yes
- Tip Material : Titanium
- Tip Qty : 2
- Tip Shape : Round
- Tip Size : 101mm
Note: Are you using a stock j pipe or downpipe? If yes, the GrimmSpeed Subaru Stock DP to Aftermarket 3 in. Catback Adapter p/n 077046, is required.
First off the customer service was awesome!!! Second the exhaust fitment and sound is awesome!!! Now I have that Subaru rumble everyone wants and loves to hear!!
Super easy install. Everything bolted up perfectly has a nice deep rumble.
Not only does this exhaust sound great but it looks great to. I haven't experienced any drone under any driving, I have it paired with a catted cobb downpipe. Definitely recommend
I've had this on for about a month and can say I absolutely love it. No regrets on this, it's not too loud at all, I live in CA where a nearby town has stupid anal cops that'll pull you over for pretty much anything. No problems at all, probly because my area is full of loud trucks. If worse comes to worse put in the silencers..
Looks amazing on the car. The titanium tips look damn sexy!
One problem I have is it was supposedly required to use the adapter for the downpipe, not true... least in my 2014. The plate was too big to use the stock spring bolts, and the bolts in the package didnt have washers or a back plate to the bolt so it didnt sit it the holes very well, and were not long enough either. I used my stock donut gasket (low mileage car) works fine and gives you enough room to actually put on the bolts. No leaks! Very smooth flowing sound and I love it when I roll through town. Enough to turn the heads of people who know the true subie rumble lol