I don't think the exhaust would make a difference for stage 1. And I think it's the downpipe you would need to change first if it did.Towner said:would stage 1 make it more useful considering the .5" gain in diametre?
How bout this?Towner said:Thats exactly what i'm looking for
would stage 1 make it more usefull considering the .5" gain in diametre?
anyone else from canada...not want anymore speed considering the new laws that seizes your car for during 50+
I have the speed chyme set at 145 km/h and i hit it just about everyday i think
Doesn't the Maptun exhaust come with a 3" downpipe and then it is 2.5" from the cat back? I agree that it is probably overkill from a performance perspective for a Stage 1 tune. However, if the primary goal of the purchaser is to proved a "sportier" sound, the Maptun exhaust may be the ticket. Does anyone have the Maptun installed and can comment on the difference in sound between the stock and Maptun?ctrlz said:I don't think the exhaust would make a difference for stage 1. And I think it's the downpipe you would need to change first if it did.
The only drawback for the Hirsch product is that it doesn't come with a modified downpipe. The Maptun exhaust appears to have a 3" downpipe as part of the package.michaLcoughliN said:hirsch one looks like it has a better design. and hitting 140km an hour. hmmm
if you have a chance, take out your 2.8t downpipe. Its about 3-3.25" after the 1st CAT.07Aero said:I have seen the 3" downpipes for the 2.0's for sale, but nothing for the 2.8T anywhere. Any of the 2.8T SS owners here running the 3" downpipes?