Unfortunately they are out of stock and the manufacture hasn't made any more lately. I ordered one from this place a few weeks ago only to get the Sorry we took your money but are out of stock. Have not received an in stock email yet. They did refund my credit card
i ran an obx for 3 years with no issues and it fit perfectly. while the obx may be somewhat less quality, the real difference is the name. its a piece of pipe and they are charging what it should cost.The difference between the OBX vs all the other well made down pipes for our application is simple.
The OBX parts are made cheaper, with cheap labor thus how they can sell for 1/8th the price of some some other units.
The IPD and others use thicker metal on both the pipe and flanges. The IPD unit has a high flow cat built in, so you should be able to pass emissions.
The IPD and other units seem to use a better quality level of Stainless, so less rust (even though the OBX units say stainless, I have seen them start rusting anyways).
You will probably have to work on the OBX parts to make them fit right, a lot of times the flange that bolts to the turbo needs to go on a big flat belt sander to be sanded back down to 100 percent flat again so it will seal right. You also may end up running 2 gaskets between the turbo and down pipe because the OE flange on the turbo has a step/lip on it.
I have used both the cheap Chinese parts and the good quality built stuff on other cars and they both have their ups and downs.
And reputation, quality, and dependability are what it's all about.i ran an obx for 3 years with no issues and it fit perfectly. while the obx may be somewhat less quality, the real difference is the name. its a piece of pipe and they are charging what it should cost.
if anything go with the phuzzy dp. but ipd youre just paying for the reputation.