2015 Subaru WRX Exhaust
The FA20DET exhaust in the 2015 WRX sounds great from the factory, but if you're like most Subaru WRX enthusiasts, you have plans to upgrade to a more aggressive sounding catback exhaust at some point in the future. While the sound of your exhaust is one of the most important things to consider when shopping for a 2015 Subaru WRX catback exhaust system, you also need to keep in mind a few other aspects, including performance, cost, and the type of material it's built from. Together, all four factors contribute to the best 2015 Subaru WRX exhaust.
On top of the previously mentioned items, you also need to think about what type of 2015 WRX aftermarket exhaust system you want to purchase. There are a few different types outlined below, which each have different qualities and performance results. Axle Back exhausts only replace the rear section of your exhaust, maintaining the front sections entirely. Catback systems replace all sections behind the factory catalytic converters, utlizing the factory downpipe. Lastly, a turboback exhaust replaces all factory exhaust components from the turbo back to the tips.
Sound - Performance Comparisons
- 2015 Subaru WRX Axle Back Exhaust - Near stock sound under acceleration and idle, small different in exhaust note, not much performance gain. Less expensive.
- 2015 Subaru WRX Catback Exhaust - Aggressive exhaust note under acceleration, near stock at idle, with a moderate performance gain. Midrange pricing.
- 2015 Subaru WRX Turboback Exhaust - Aggressive exhaust note while idling and under acceleration, offering the most performance gain. Most epensive.
We understand that buying an aftermarket 2015 WRX exhaust system can be a daunting task and big investment. However, it can also be one of the best modifications for the new FA20DET powered WRX, and something sure to put a smile on your face! If you've got any concerns or questions before you make your purchase, please contact us at 1-888-MAPerformance, check the various Subaru forums online, or ask your friends at meets and events. The best thing you can do before buying is to do research, and learn which 2015 WRX Catback Exhaust is best!