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need advice on 2006 s4 exhaust work!!!????

Old 12-14-2009, 07:44 PM
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Default need advice on 2006 s4 exhaust work!!!????

Hello all! I am brand new to an audi. jsut picked up an 06 s4 avant

Im comming from an 06 infiniti g35 6mt with the revup motor.

because of my job, i can't have a loud car, but at the same time i love the sound of our cars with exhausts, or any loud exhaust for that matter(when its done right). with the e-cutout you can transfer your car from silent to super loud with the switch of a button. I had a cutout on my G35, and noticed no difference in peformance on the n/a motor. and let me tell you it sounded incredible. that was some motor. may she RIP, thats why i have QUATTRO now. lol

i want to install high flow cats and an electric cutout on my avant.

2 qustions:

1) what are your opinons on the sound our car makes with an open exhaust after the cat and the impact on the cars peformance???

2) if u support a cutout, where should it go, before or after the resonators???

thanks for your advice guys. and be frank with me please.
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