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Modifications to my 2008 subaru liberty non turbo 5 speed man

I was wondering wot i could do to boost up the killowatts of my liberty. Ive heard that there are all these sensors located in the exhaust system and if i were to get an exhaust system done it might bugger the whole engine up? if not sure could you let me know wot 2 get n were 2 get it fitted plz cheers mitch

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Start with a higher flowing airfilter( a replacement panel one in your factory airbox,as a pod filter will **** hot air and off set any flow gains that it gives) a larger diameter exhuast is next and im unsure of what sensors are in your 08 subaru but theres always away of getting around it. They are the best bang for buck modifications you can do and should net you 7-10kw at the wheels, most things after that can get expensive after that on a N/A motor and the airfilter is easy to do yourself , any exhaust place can take care of your exhaust. help this helps.

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