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Needswing dp no cat?

I have searched and all i can find is about the e-cut out one.... Anyways i want to get some more power but not ready to get a full 3 inch exhaust turboback. So just wondering is the needswing 3 inch dp no cat even worth getting for a stock exhaust? will going from 3 to 2.25 inch bottleneck and cause damage or something? and if its a go how much hp could i get from it?
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Yes you can get their downpipe without a cutout. Yes it does help even with a stock exhaust. No you wont cause any damage going back down to the stock size. Do a before and after on a dyno for HP numbers.
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I got my NW 3" catlesss DP when I was stage 2, and noticed a great difference. Its an excellent mod IMO.

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I even got a cheap off brand one, and I feel this is a difference. I would go with the needswings one for sure though if you wanna pay for it, it's definitely better quality. A lot of people have trouble with the cheaper ones flex pipe, I must be lucky with mine. The Needswings are nicely built.


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I've got the needswings dp without the cut out. I noticed a difference for sure.




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I think its the best exhaust for our cars. It makes a huge difference over the stock exhaust no matter what your mods are.

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I got a needswings with no cat. It's a great mod that bolts right to stock. Also, when I went full 3" all I had to do was hack off the bottleneck on the end of the pipe.



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done a few downpipes and i would buy needswings just because of their quality.

getting rid of the factory cat does a great deal to the sound of these cars.
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i had the needswings dp and stock catback. it flowed rele good . then i went to mpx side exit and that rele opened it up. dont rele need all that back pressure.

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I agree with the above Get it you will like it. Plus needswings is good stuff.
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Plus the E-cut makes it easy to hide. worth the money, worth the sound, worth the gains. talked someone into buying one recently. needswings for sure.
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same here, just get the e-cutout one and keep stock exhaust. open it when you want better flow and more power
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