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Powerflow exhausts

atc May 31, 2006

  1. atc

    atc Member

    Has anyone got any experience of Powerflow exhaust systems? What do they sound like, cost? /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/noidea.gif Any increase in power?????? I'm a bit short on alternative options as I run a 80 B4 2.6E Quattro and nobody seems to make sports systems for that model. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/mad.gif
  2. adam21011987

    adam21011987 New Member

    erm well judging from what some friends have said ... i wouldnt bother!!! 2 of my mates who have gone to power flow have said they have a loss of back pressure (making the car slower) and rust problems because they didnt use 304 stainless steel!!! there is a good company local to me called pheonix performance exhausts it might cost a bit more but it would be worth it for a really good system
  3. scotty33

    scotty33 Member

    Is there a Longlife centre near you? they seem to have a better name.
    As these are tailor made to your requirements, it should be possible to have it as noisy/quiet as you want it. Just make sure they don't spec undersize tubing, which seems to be a common problem. With the quattro models there is limited space over the rear driveshaft, but Miltek? manage to get 3" systems onto S2 models ok
  4. grant_coupe

    grant_coupe Member

    Hi, On my first Audi coupe I had a full powerflow exhaust system, with the cat removed and a free flow silencer. i found the car had slightly more power. The sound were amazing, didnt sound like a Vauxhall Nova on burger King car park. Just a great sound for the car. I now have a V6 coupe with a Remus back box and free flow pipes. The back box is very nice twin crome pipes and sounds Mint. I got this back box for about 200 pounds. It comes with a 2 years warranty too.

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