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    2000 A6 2.7T exhaust

    Hey guys. Brand new to the forum and thought i would make my first post. i have had my A62.7T for about 5 months now and love it. Looking to some mods including a new exhaust system. Curious if anybody knew of any good exhaust systems that will perform well yet make a good sound (dont want to sound like a honda drving down the road [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cry.gif[/img]). Any sugestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    PS. Will have pics of my car very soon.

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    Re: 2000 A6 2.7T exhaust

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    Re: 2000 A6 2.7T exhaust

    Here is one site that sells upgrades for the A-6.

    http://www.stratmosphere.com/a6.htm

    I have considered chipping mine and doing the exhaust. I would not worry about it sounding like a Honda. Your turbos will muffle the tone. My turbo RX-7 with a full 3" exhaust is so much quieter than a non-turbo RX-7 with an open exhaust. Its sound is deeper and throatier (SP?) due to the turbo.

    The one thing I discovered fron researching mods is that the stock turbos do not hold up for too long. Hidden bonus? The upgraded turbos make the car even more interesting.

    Good luck!!


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    Re: 2000 A6 2.7T exhaust

    Could I ask you for some information on Turbo upgrades?

    I have two new Air research T04 turbos (along with five others of various sizes in various condition) and I know that inducer and exducer housings (if that's the correct name) are replacable.

    Any information would be appreciated.

    CP

 

 

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