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i have a 1998 gti 2.0 8v(slow)......
what exhaust will be best for this car??,performance wise, and nothing too ricey and loud.......

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If you buy a Techtonics exhaust get the Borla muffler. The Dynomax is a piece of crap.

I'd say get an Autotech system if it weren't for the fact they they use the Dynomax too. Their stainless systems are top notch, but also retail for almost $600.
 

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My GF justs got TT w. borla on her 96 2.0 and its perfect. slightly louder than stock, perfect sound for VW but not too loud that its anoying on the highway or long trips
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by 98a4:
Question: why do u have the honda-tech.com in ur sig?
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oh...im in honda-tech too....I also own a integra(1988 p.o.s lol)

[ November 06, 2003: Message edited by: register ]
 

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anyone else have any suggestions?


oh i have another question...how do i put a pic in my sig.???

thanks

[ November 11, 2003: Message edited by: register ]
 

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summit racing has a device that lets you alternate from your street exhaust to complete open headers at the push of a cable, it's like a reverse y pipe with a valve inside, i dont know if it will give you that much performance thought, because from what i understand, four cylinders rely on some backpressure, any additional info would be appreciated. I'm debating about putting it on my car
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Jman9895:
summit racing has a device that lets you alternate from your street exhaust to complete open headers at the push of a cable, it's like a reverse y pipe with a valve inside, i dont know if it will give you that much performance thought, because from what i understand, four cylinders rely on some backpressure, any additional info would be appreciated. I'm debating about putting it on my car<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Don't, you will have nothing in the low with open hedder back, leave that for the muscle heads
 

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I am happy with my Magnaflow...Its deep as hell.
 
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