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Exhaust for C5 2.7t

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Old 04-10-2011, 01:58 PM
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Default Exhaust for C5 2.7t

I have a 2002 A6 2.7t and performance wise everything is stock. I'd like to get a deeper, better sound out of the car but I don't have a ton of money to spend. I really don't know much about exhaust or anything like that so I have no where to start, especially seeing as how I'm 17 and can't afford a completely new exhaust.

I also don't have the equipment or skill to do the labor myself. Any help would be appreciated. If you could tell me the following things that would be great:

What would be done?
What effect will it have?
How much will it cost?


Thank you!
 
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Old 04-17-2011, 02:55 PM
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Hmm...if you are looking for a "ricey" sound, I can't help you there...
My suggestion would be VAST Piggies to replace your stock downpipe and cats - and then perhaps getting a local shop to custom build you some cat back straight pipes for cheap?
That will make a pretty significant impact to your current sound for a fairly cheap price (under $1000'ish), and will also give you a little performance lift (not a ton of performance lift unless you also tune your chip and tweak your intake a little bit).

Enjoy!
 
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Old 04-18-2011, 11:18 AM
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Thanks, I'm definitely trying to stay away from the ricey sound.
I'll check those out
 

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