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Milltek exhaust and CAT change

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by kenny_boon, Jun 22, 2006.

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    hi all,

    im chaning my exhaust to a milltek and changing the CAT too. just wondering wether you lot think its worth keeoping the OE exhaust incase i change it back for selling etc? should i keep the old CAT and exhaust?
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    If you can store them o.k then for sure. Although the new exhaust will only fit B6.
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    cool, how much of a difference did you notice with the CAT getting fitted? both noise and performance?

    thanks :)
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    Noise is a little bit deeper but the performance was a significant difference. IMO it is not worth doing just a cat back exhaust. The sports cat is worth every penny.
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    I've kept mine but I'm lucky enough to be able to 'hide' it in a corner at work.... It's a big lump and comes off in on piece!

    I can confirm the Milltek quattro 1.8t system is exacly the same as the B7 2.0Tfsi Quattro system except the downpipe.

    Who are you using for the re-map Kenny?

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    Bub

    According to the Milltek brochure the parts used are different. Cat is different, downpipes and part of the centre section. I was studying this recently as I have been debating a DTM and getting it modified, of course!
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    hi mate, im holding fire on the remap just now as i have a few things to get done 1st.

    on friday im getting milltek cat and exhaust, S4 rear ARB and a nuespeed TIP.

    then i will be booking into star for an ATP manifold, brake pads all round and 4 wheel alignment :)
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    Hi Plat.

    I've got the delivery note/parts list for mine when it was delivered and all the parts bar the downpipe are listed as 1.8tq/2.0Tfsi . The centre 'Y' piece came with an adaptor sleeve which is for the 2.0T downpipe.

    At first I thought Milltek had sent the wrong 'Y' or downpipe untill I realised you simply remove the sleeve and don't use it on the 1.8tq 6speed.

    I wouldn't think for a moment the Cat' was the same.

    HTH

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    Sounds good Kenny. :)

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    Kenny - have you bought a S4 ARB?

    I've got mine for sale if you're interested. I've fitted an RS4 one.
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    sorry mate, yeah i have, got one cheap so just went for it. thanks for the offer tho
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    stuff went on today! full report in the morning
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