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    Help! How loud is the vxr remus system compared to standard?

    Hi all,

    I know there must be loads of you that have the Remus complete system on your astra vxr's - I was thinking of buying the system for my vxr but had heard that it is a hell of alot louder than the standard. I wondered how much different is

    can any of you share your knowledge and opinions on whether this is the case of not?

    many thanks

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    Have a search on youtube theres plenty of vids on there.
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    or go to a VX dealers that have a Nurburgring in stock as it is fitted to them as a standard fitment. It is very loud it burbles when on slow revs which sounds good but personally I think it sounds chavvy when opened up
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    the nurburgs are very loud and chavy,as some pr1ck often passes my house.
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