Invidia Downpipe Catted Divorced Wastegate w/ 2 Bungs - Subaru Models (inc. 2008-2014 WRX / 2008+ STI)
Manufacturer Part # HS08SW1DOC
Bundle Savings:MSRP: $793.00
As low as $1,241.47
RallySport Direct is proud to carry the Invidia Catted Downpipe. This is a great way to improve the power and performance as well as improving the throttle response while reducing the turbo lag.
Here are the key features:
- 304 Stainless steel
- Extra oxygen sensor bung for those installing a wideband O2 sensor
- Divorced wastegate flange
- 3" piping diameter
- New hardware and gasket included to make this downpipe ready for the installation
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Kahuna 23 days ago
Huge power gains with stage 2. I love it! Quality of the downpipe is awesome and fitment was flawless. I would definitely buy this again.
Works well but EWG problem
BartNJ 26 days ago
Looks good, works great except one problem with accommodating Tial EWG. There's simply barely just enough dump tube clearance (1/8'') from the axle boot. Catalytic converter is kinda bulky and I had to pound the dump tube with hammer to change its profile so I can fit it right in between with 1/8'' clearance. I did not feel conformable with such solution and rerouted dump tube to DP. A lot of custom welding required.
Awesome build and quality
Paul 2 months ago
I've been running my full turboback with the Invidia catted downpipe and ETS Extreme catback (no muffler, no resonator) for a month now. In my opinion if you want the loudest exhaust, this will do the trick! After the downpipe was installed I had my STI protuned and this really woke up the car! Highly recommend this downpipe!
CMFR 12 months ago
Before getting this downpipe I had the N1 catback installed on my 11 WRX. The catback alone enhanced that nice rumble, but this downpipe brought that rumble a whole new level! Performance gains weren't all that I was hoping for, but they were still noticeable so no complaints there. I've had this downpipe on for just under 2 months now, and I still love it and get a smile on my face every time I start my car.
Happy Happy Happy
PeytHott 2 years ago
I ordered this Downpipe along with the N1 Dual Exit Exhaust to take my 2013 WRX Stage 2. Quality wise, it was beautiful straight out of the box. Way better looking and craftsmanship than the OEM downpipe. As far as installation I have access to a lift and we did the installation in around 2 hours. Removing the stock downpipe is difficult at times (removing the stock heat shield and removing turbo bolts), so you're going to need PB Blaster and a breaker bar. The new Downpipe bolted up easily and was a clean fit with the N1. I then flashed my car with the Cobb Stage 2+ OTS map and my car feels like a whole new machine. 5th gear has become a passing gear and the car pulls hard in 2nd and 3rd. EBCS and Pro-Tune are in the immediate future to get the car's full potential!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Which tune on accessport TopGun91 2 months agoAnswer
Adding this to my n1 dual single tip catback and adding a cobb cold air filter. Which tune should I use on the access port? Thanks
A: Cobb tunes are only confirmed to work with their products.
Luis L. 4 days ago
Q: Part number Paradise_17 3 months agoAnswer
I need the part numbers for the turbo to downpipe gasket and from the end of the downpipe to exhaust gasket for replacement i have this downpipe and indivia n1 dual burnt tips
A: You will need part numbers GRM 022001 and GRM 028001 to replace the ones that were included in this kit.
Jared A. 3 months ago
Q: Extra bung plug for wideband sensor TonyKeoWRX14 8 months agoAnswer
What is the socket size to remove the bolt so I can install a wideband sensor for an AEM air/fuel gauge.
A: It is either a 14 or 17. Almost positive it is a 14 but it should be among a set of metric wrenches.
Tyler A. 8 months ago
Q: installation stiflow 2 years agoAnswer
just wondering if there were any installation videos of this
A: I would refer to http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2278415 to help with install.
Jared A. 2 years ago