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Miltek exhaust for a4 2.0tdi 140bhp S line

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    Hi all could any one help me out. Im looking into getting a miltek exhaust system for my a4
    with mine being a diesel could any one tell me what i would get out of buying this. Is it worth buying it.
    Sorry if this is a simple question but i dont have a clue about exhausts.
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    Less back pressure & depending on res or non res, allot more noise, but in all honesty nothing power wise noticeable, unless its got uprated turbo, intake etc.
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    Ok nice one think ill give it a miss then for the price they are
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    Check out powerflow, they can make you a custom system for less if you really feel the need for a better system, personally I would spend it more wisely if you intend to keep engine power as is.
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    Ok dont suppose you could answer another question i have. im after lowering the car not so much its scraping but enough to close the gaps. can i just replace the springs or do i have to buy shocks aswel. with it being lowered already being an sline what would you recomend to get.
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    Springs will help yes, but give Damian@dpm a shout, he's the guy I use & knows his stuff, top bloke.
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    Go for a nice 35mm drop on H&R lowering springs.
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    Yea speak to Damian @ dpm .. He helped me out i also just wanted to fill the gaps and not lower it soo much that it scrapes, i got the eibach 30mm lowering springs and its just perfect for my Car..

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    Or you could go for Eibach sportline 50/40, lowers the front end 30mm and the rear 20mm on sline, which nicely evens out the stance
    Again as above Damian @ DPM performance is your man, I think my Eibachs were around £168 delivered well worth the money
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    Hope this helps fella

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    Eibach 50/40 Sportlines are superb....LOADS better than the standard S-Line set up aswell
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    Eibach 30mm supplied by Damian on mine too.

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    For comparison 35mm H&Rs, as with the Eibachs a noticeable improvement in comfort.

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    Lovely looking car. Are those 19' Speedlines? What are they wrapped in?
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    I wouldn't mind putting a exhaust on my tdi 170 but I can't see it sounding any good on a diesel if I'm honest
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    Think for me it'll be resonated decat with larger pipes, plus back boxes that are as loud or quieter than original.
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    Some nice looking a4's here puts mine to shame now need to decide on eibach or h&r springs
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    Cheers mate, yeah 19" Speedlines. In that pic I had 225/35/19 on the fronts and 235/35/19 on the rear. I didn't like how the car drove with the 225s so now I have 235 Vredsteins on the front to match the 235s on the rears. Car drives spot on now and looks a better with them.
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    I driven cars with both sets of springs fitted and there's no difference in comfort between the two. H&Rs quote 35mm and Eibachs do the 50/40mm ones but one of them is telling porkies as they lower much about the same. Both are premium springs, I only went for H&Rs as I could get them cheaper.
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    THe recurring theme from the various posts on lowering springs is that you should speak to Damian at DPM Performance. :beerchug:
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    Do you guys get commission from Damian?
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    Hahah, I wish! No, just great knowledge and great service.
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    +1, top bloke, service & knowledge is very good.
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