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Will an B7 RS4 exhaust fit a B7 S4??

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Abb, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. Abb

    Abb Member

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    As above, does anyone know if the exhaust in the advert will fit my S4 cabriolet?? It is a full Milltek full stainless steel exhaust system for B7 RS4 4.2 V8.
    Non resonated without valves. Loud system.

    B7 RS4 Milltek exhaust | eBay UK


     
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  3. Sam W

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    If it doesn't, it could always be made to fit :ninja:
     
  4. Triple.O.G

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    It should do, its the same engine, chassis and quattro so i dont see why not?
     
  5. S3-N

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    I'm not 100% sure but I didn't think it would fit. The RS4 is a 32 valve FSI based on the S4s 40 valve 4.2 V8 so there are differences. If it does fit ok you'd probably have to mess with the rear valance to fit the big oval tips
     
  6. Abb

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    Thanks guys for all your help, item sold for 635, so someone got a bargain and saved me a lot of headache! :sm4:
     
  7. NHN

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    I bought an RS4 exhaust for my S4 B6 Avant ages ago now, but it would never have fitted without changing the boot to cater for the big backboxes, my friend who has a B7 A4 3.0 tdi did a full RS4 conversion & he had to change the boot to an RS4 version to make the exhaust fit properly.
     

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