Re: Exhaust sound (dye)
quote:[HR][/HR]Sorry... that's not mine. It's just an example of the mid-muffler removed.
I actually have a full cat-back Eurosport exhaust on my car. Sounds great!
I've been trying to decide which to buy for my 98 Gti VR6, Autotech, Eurosport, or TT. I know that Autotech's exhaust is the lightest out of the three, with the TT only a few lbs more, but I haven't heard any of these exhausts, and was wondering if anybody has some sound clips of these exhausts.
No sound clip, but I can assure you get a barf bag cause the Autotech sounds sick.
Man, was hoping for a sound clip. All three exhausts are real good, it comes down to price, look, sound, and weight. The Autotech is the most expensive(like 600 I think, isn't it?) but it's also the lightest, and the tip looks pretty nice(which it were dual dtm, but the 3.5" single tip looks nice, kinda Hondaish, but that's ok), TT is 495 for 2.5" Borla SS muffler, weighs a slight bit more than Autotech, but the dual dtm tip costs like 130 extra http://****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif only problem I have with the Eurosport is that it is only a 2.25" pipe diameter, and weighs like almost 40 lbs if you get the dual dtm ceramic coated. Price is good at 400 though, and it sounds real good... I hate these decisions.
Post more sound clips if anybody has them, or movies, I dun care what, just gimme some input!
Oh, forgot to ask this, but on Autotechs site, it says that it starts at the midpipe, so it doesn't come with a resonator, you have to use your factory one or something? This has me a little confused, if it isn't a full cat-back exhaust, then why is it so much?
[Modified by vagvr6, 6:10 PM 2-7-2002]