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    Remus or Miltek for my astra VXR

    hi guys,
    I was wondering what would be the best all round exhaust.
    I am looking for the best performance but like the sound of the remus.
    It will be the complete system.
    What sort of price am i looking at and is it worth the extra for a miltek system?

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    Not sure what this compares to the LMF group buy price but saw this on ebay earlier today from RoadRunner Motorsport.....

    Fantastic price and they'll throw in a free Magnex pre-cat!

    £826 delivered

    *Pre-cat
    *Sports cat
    *Straight through centre section
    *Rear silencer


    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ASTRA-VXR-EXHA...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Cheers mate, looks like a good price.
    how does it compare to the Remus?

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    Remus is louder, makes more power and cheaper than the Milltek. I went for Milltek as I don't want the car sounding like there is a 19yo Burberry capped chav driving. Milltek has a more refined sound than the 'in your face' Remus
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    road runner are a great company they really know there stuff, ive had alot of stuff off them in the past
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    dont forget the new astra vxr nurburgring edition has the remus exhaust fitted.so could be a wise choice.

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    I had a Remus system on my Corsa. Got fed up listening to it after about 2 months.
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    Remus gets my vote due to how nice it sounds - however ive you do loads fo miles daily I would imagine it would start to drone after a while.
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    I heard from a mate that a few people that had milteks had swaped to remus systems has they had problems with the milteks

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    I'd have to say Remus after hearing my cousin's Nurburgring VXR, they sound brilliant.
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