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Exhaust options???

Thomas1

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I am thinking of putting a new exhaust on my car (VS Berlina, V6, auto, stock apart from cai and K&N air filter) I've got around $500 to spend, give or take some. What are some good options for that money??? I want something that sounds deep and that has a nice idle note.....

also any places you can recommend in melb area for exhausts

Cheers, Tom
 

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prob just a 2 1/2" cat back with good muffler.. but it wont get ya that deep of a sound for that u need extractors and i recommend pacemakers but they will cost u ur budget.. lukey is my preference
 

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hmmmm.........maybe its better to save and get a full system. Arrrggggghhhh why can't money grow on trees!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BTW What tips do people like.....I like twin tip slighty curved down......what about you guys????????
 

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I am thinking of putting a new exhaust on my car (VS Berlina, V6, auto, stock apart from cai and K&N air filter) I've got around $500 to spend, give or take some. What are some good options for that money??? I want something that sounds deep and that has a nice idle note.....

also any places you can recommend in melb area for exhausts

Cheers, Tom
Hi Tom,

I was just quoted $1050 for Lukey extractors & 2.5" lukey sports exhaust from the cat back from Carline in Sydney. It is a 3 hour job on the extractors they wreckon because I have ABS.

Cheers
Struggo
 

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I am thinking of putting a new exhaust on my car (VS Berlina, V6, auto, stock apart from cai and K&N air filter) I've got around $500 to spend, give or take some. What are some good options for that money??? I want something that sounds deep and that has a nice idle note.....

also any places you can recommend in melb area for exhausts

Cheers, Tom
For that money a 2.5" cat back is probly your best option.
 

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do u guys heard about autobend its a kiwi company and they got a whole system sports/performance and theyre tuned extractors ill try and get a price
 

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nah never heard of them. yeah it would be good if you could get a price
 

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You must buy a quality system, don't just remove mufflers and drill holes. Sounds terrible!! Twin tips look great, i have that with angle cut rounds. But there are plenty to choose from as they usually just weld them onto the end of the exhuast.
 
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