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    Thumbs Up Powerflow Systems

    Ive had my new Powerflow custom stainless cat-back on for nearly a week now and am very pleased with it, I went to RSR Tyres and Exhausts in Redhill in Surrey, they made it and fitted it in only 2 hours.

    Its exactly what I asked for, loud when you boot it but very quiet on idle, or on the motorway you can cruise and listen to music without the annoying drone you get with some systems.

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    you got the twin tail?

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    i got powerflow on mine, it came loose after three weeks but they sorted it out straight away and no problems since. top blokes as well. that was the powerflow in telford

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    has any 1 got the problem with the twin as in when its cold it blows out of 1 pipe?

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    I got a powerflow system and cannot fault it one bit. Got it done at Top Gear in Hayes and they were top notch
    It's better to burn out than to fade away

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    Quote Originally Posted by cudz sxi View Post
    has any 1 got the problem with the twin as in when its cold it blows out of 1 pipe?
    yh i get that, but the other one is only a few seconds behind! Its cus of the extra piping needed for the second pipe on the non-standard side, further to travel so most of the fumes go for the shortest way out, which is the original side (with the shortest pipework)

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    i no about the flow of resistance takes the easyest route. its got to the piont now where the left handside pipe is black on the inside and the right 1 is clean so thinking about spraying the insides of both with hi temp paint?

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    but apart from that i cant fault it nice sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cudz sxi View Post
    has any 1 got the problem with the twin as in when its cold it blows out of 1 pipe?
    why does it matter which one it blows from when its cold lol, it will soon warm up !


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    I have a powerflow its excellent value for money, I have to laugh at people who pay two or three times as much for a Milltek and get nothing more that a loud exhaust.

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