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    Cool mk4 van dti performance exhaust

    Hi all, been thinking of putting a performance exhaust onto my van but was wondering if a diesel has a catalytic converter or something similar and if it would be possible to remove it and get a straight through pipe but also be able to pass a mot emisions, any opinions on tail pipe shape to go for would be appreciated as well

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    You can change the exhaust but it wont make much of a differance so ive been told
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    I know it wont make much performance increase but i wanted the rear end to look tidier, i dont want it loud either. I'll probably wait for the exhaust to need replacing before i change it but i can get a custom made stainless steel one made for bout 200 and i bet vauxhall ones arent much cheaper

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    I would say that a vauxhall, Irmscher one would be more expencive!
    I am also looking for one just now but thinking of just modifying a hatch one to fit!

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