ekellock at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 11:57:22 PDT 2008
What about just removing the rear muffler and having some straight pipe run
out to the back?
I did this on my V8 5spd and it sounds pretty nice.
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> [mailto:200q20v-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of robert weinberg
> Sent: Saturday, July 19, 2008 12:08 PM
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> Subject: Exhaust opinions
> hi all,
> i'm not quite there yet (still have other more important
> things to get for the car), but it's just so damn quiet ;-)
> from my research, the stock intake, downpipe and catback is
> not really a restriction unless i'm gonna run 400HP with a
> larger turbo. maybe at some point, but not quite there yet ;-)
> anyway, i know steebro is quite popular with the 200q20v, but
> i don't think the stock catback is that much of a
> restriction, eh? so, what about just a sexier sounding
> muffler than a whole steebro catback?
> my brother used to have a leistritz muff on his 16V scirocco
> and it sounded real sweet. isn't the stock downpipe/catbakck
> and exhaust on our cars leistritz anyway?
> but it doesn't sound like Leistritz still makes their Sport
> Sound muffler line?
> anyway, of course i'm just looking for a nice sound -
> mufflers aren't the first (or really even the last) place to
> look for more HP.
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