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Milltek resonated or non-resonated?

*P3nfold* Jan 24, 2013

  1. *P3nfold*

    *P3nfold* Member

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    A video is needed for sure. The car is going to sound offensive.
     
  2. Jason.s

    Jason.s Active Member

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    Epic exhaust building. It's like professional pikey spec instead of straight up pikey that I'm used to creating lol. If Piper don't ever get back to me I think I need to pay a visit to Ben.

    Need some videos of that exhaust NOW!
     
  3. Westy

    Westy Well-Known Member

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    :lmfao: that exhaust is brilliant. I'm assuming that's on the Leon?
     
  4. Jason.s

    Jason.s Active Member

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    A3, its the right denim blue colour and can see the rear arms instead of a beam. How track friendly is that? Or should I not ask lol.
     
  5. *P3nfold*

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    Its on Reesys car fella
     
  6. markyR

    markyR Member

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    I also have a non res and have to say if I didn't know it had one on I would think that's what an s3 is supposed to sound like standard.
     
  7. RobinJI

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    My Scirocco's system before I added the turbo flange/tail-pipe (2.5", 3" D.P. and that rear box is a 'straight-through' type):

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    It's not as loud as you'd expect, but you're not going to mistake it for factory! Still, even in the much less refined Scirocco it's still fine on the motorway.

    Speaking of pikey exhausts, I ran out of bends before doing the tail-pipe so just used lots of weld :laugh: it'll get replaced with twin stainless 2" exits sometime though to look a little more OEM:

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  8. *P3nfold*

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    Love it, cannot beat a bit home made engineering.
     

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