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    new exhaust need to know what to go for?

    Im after a new exhaust system currently i have a powerflow cat back which is doing my nut! too loud droning!
    i dont want a milltek as everyone has them want something different,
    ive hear good things about mongoose any one suggest any different?

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    alot of people seem to be heading for the piper one atm

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    ive heard bastuk do some very nice systems...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shultsy12 View Post
    Im after a new exhaust system currently i have a powerflow cat back which is doing my nut! too loud droning!
    i dont want a milltek as everyone has them want something different,
    ive hear good things about mongoose any one suggest any different?
    a little more info on what you got(full system/catback/single silencer ect)and what you want too spend/get next(full system or cat back ect)...if there's nothing wrong with your currant exhaust apart from the droning,then have you thought about dynamating your boot area out???or even getting an extra silencer fitted to your exsisting exhaust...just a thought.
    if you own a tuned turbo car you aint really guna get a quiet exhaust!!

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    Millteks sound the best.

    Mongooses dont last 5 minutes welds crack and the fit is appalling.

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    just bought a piper non resonated with 3.5inch rolled out tip. Very loud, but think it will bed in to a nice crisp rasp.
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    Think the cheapest option would be to add extra silencers to your current exahust system tbh mate
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    If its too loud go back to powerflow they will increase the box size and make it as quite as you what. It will be lot cheaper than an all new exhaust that will probably drone just as badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostyD View Post
    Millteks sound the best.

    Mongooses dont last 5 minutes welds crack and the fit is appalling.
    based on what?, miltek have had issues as well with weld problems

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