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Hello everyone,

I have a 2.4l manual transmission coupe, and I know that people will say that I should've bought the v6 version instead, but I was younger when I bought this car
didn't know much about it. I'm not really looking to do tracks, but just add a little bit of power and fun to my daily drive. I wonder if it is worth the time and money to add an intake and axle-back exhaust to a 4 cylinder car.
 

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You鈥檒l get more sound, but don鈥檛 expect higher power numbers. You鈥檒l likely need a tuner to get any advantage from an intake.
 

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I wonder if it is worth the time and money to add an intake and axle-back exhaust to a 4 cylinder car.
What are prices like in Canada? $300 for intake and $700 for an axle back? You'll get, what, 15 HP?

Do you think it's worth spending $1,000 (more if you're paying someone to install everything) to get 15 HP?
 

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Your previous exhaust thread...

 

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Definitely money down the drain.
 
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