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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B8 Chassis)' started by StuF, Feb 5, 2014.

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    I quite like the idea of a dual exhaust set up on my s line avant. Is the rear splitter from the 2.7 and 3.0 a direct replacement for my 2.0 one. Also will the exhaust from these fit or will I be better going for a custom exhaust?

    Cheers :)
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    The 2.7 & 3.0 diffuser will fit yes, but the 2.7 & 3.0 exhaust will not fit I would get a custom made one, I had a custom quad pipe made and put the S4 diffuser made and I love it.
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    Nice one, you got any pictures?
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    Yeah sure I also started a thread on here somewhere think it's called booked in for custom exhaust.

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    That looks really good mate, car is going into audi next week so I may price some splitters up while I'm there :)
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    That sounds lovely, I'm not really after any more noise but if it sounded like that I'd be happy :)
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    Yeah I actually preferred the tone of it them with the centre box in I just wanted it a bit louder so it it taken out, its definitely louder but the tone has some what changed, will be getting a dpf delete soon so will be a bit louder again and maybe sound a bit deferent :/
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    You'll have to let me know what it sounds like then. You expecting any more power with the dpf delete?
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    Yeah should get some but it will be getting stage 2 remapped at the same time.
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    Nice one, I'll probably remap eventually..... Looking forward to some extra torque :)
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    Just had mine done. 2.0tdi s line.

    V6 rear valance with custom dual rear pipes, 2 boxes removed and straight through.

    Sounds a minutely louder on idle otherwise exactly the same noise driving around and motorway. 3.5" tailpipes.

    Done by fabricators JC WELDFAB. They are offering a deal on Trim fitted with exhaust.

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    Nice looks good.
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    Here's mine, done last week by Elite Custom Exhausts, Ayr. Middle box removed also, slight difference in exhaust note when accelarating.
    s1317.photobucket.com/user/JOHNGALLOWAY1/media/WP_20140131_001_zps96e79018.jpg.html][​IMG][/URL]
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    And another

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    I like that JG I should have had rolled tips, did you have it done in 304? Also what size tube as mine is loads louder than standard?
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    That's exactly what I want, looks oem :)
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    Hi SI-W85, 304? Pipe is same size as standard exhaust, tips are 70mm. The guy that did mine told me that it doesn't matter what size the pipe or tips are, it's the back boxes that alters the sound. Don't know if he's right, but he has a good reputation around my way with various car and bike clubs and he had a cracking knowledge of different exhausts ect.

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    Rite yeah I've had 2 exhausts since I've had the car one done in 409 which sounded good just quiet and my new one 304 2.5" pipe & 87mm tips and it's quite a bit louder will try get a vid of it, do you have any vids of yours?
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    Sorry mate, no vids but will post one if the weather gets better in Scotland. :cold:
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    Haha good luck with that one. :)
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    Might as well post a Picture of my car also.
    It`s from caractere.

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    is this an s-line ?
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    whats the diffrence between the s-line ans SE diffuser ?
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    No bez, it's an SE with votex body kit. Difference between the two diffuser's is the s-line has a kind of mesh part in the centre, the SE is just a plain diffuser.

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    Hmm I'll re write this
    I ment does the s-line fit the se
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    Don't know bez, :think:
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    Did a quick search re this, apparently the s-line and se are not interchangeable.
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