2009 WRX SPT Exhaust


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2009 Subaru WRX with SPT catback exhaust + Cobb Stage 2
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2009 WRX Sedan Exhaust: Stock vs Perrin 3" CBE
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Drive up a canyon road in a 2011 Subaru WRX with SPT Exhaust.
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