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S6 v10 resonated vs no-resonated miltek exhaust?

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C6 Chassis)' started by Stuno1, Oct 20, 2013.

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    I have been listening to lots of clips on YouTube but most are from outside the car.

    What is a non-resonated one like at cruising speed on the motorway? I have a littleun and don't want them being bothered by a constant drone.

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    It's totally fine mate. Cabin is well insulated but it's the only way to go. I've had both and will never go back to res.

    Cold starts and the neighborhood shakes!!
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    So at motorway cruising it's not noticeable?

    If you had the choice of exhaust or gearbox and engine map, what would you choose?
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    Not excessive but it is noticeable over stock and you will hear it when driving hard, but the sound is so muted due to the cabin insulation. That said, it's a soundtrack mate not a noise and personally I love heating it.

    I have young kids too and they've not once mentioned the noise.

    On the outside it sounds phenomenal.

    Remap on an S6 is negligible. For the money you spent the gains aren't noticeable. For me, exhaust all day long!

    If you're local come and have a listen.
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    Cheers for the offer. I am in Chelmsford though. Been listening to as many you tube clips as I can but it isn't the same as being in a car with one.
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