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Milltek exhaust

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by pilcob, May 20, 2011.

  1. pilcob

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    Just changed my Milltek resonated center sections for non res, sounds so much better and not too loud in the cabin either.
    Only downside, my left tailpipe trim sticks out further than the right side by about 50mm.
     
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    take it to a shop and have it refitted to match other side
     
  3. quattrojames

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    50mm? eek!
     
  4. pilcob

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    Fitted the exhaust myself, took too long taking the system off and apart that I did'nt have time to remove the trim pieces from the backboxes and also it started raining heavily, I was working outside on driveway, plus I could'nt wait to take car out for a blast. lol
    I will remove them tomorrow and sort this out.
     
  5. pilcob

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    It does a little strange, but I will sort this out tomorrow.
     
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    pics !
     
  7. pilcob

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    Pics of what, not taking photographic evidence of my poor workmanship.lol
    I do however need to take some photos of the car in general and post on the forum as I have not as yet done so, needs a clean and polish first though.
     

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