|02-12-2009 03:06 PM|
|yspaik||Does anyone know if the abbott backbox really gives you 6 bhp? I would think just changing out the muffler wouldn't make it that much less restrictive...|
|01-24-2009 08:14 AM|
|Shinners||Wise words Rudedog and most helpful.|
|01-24-2009 08:10 AM|
|Rudedog||You get what you pay for. Get the Abbott.|
|01-24-2009 07:52 AM|
|Shinners||Does anyone have personal experience of the Jetex system? I prefer the Abbott back box with its twin pipes myself, but with the Jettex you get the centre box for just £65 more.|
|01-19-2009 07:35 AM|
|01-18-2009 10:52 PM|
|Adub||get the Abbott. I like the twin tips too.|
|01-18-2009 05:10 AM|
|Tweek's Turbos||I would go stainless all the way. That way you don't have to ever worry about it down the road.|
|01-18-2009 03:47 AM|
It is my Birthday next week and my wife has kindly agreed to buy me a new exhaust. Due to financial restraints, it will be a 'cat back' at most.
My exhaust is in fairly good shape, I would just like a more powerful exhaust note, nothing too raspy and boy racer, just more substantial and basey. The car looks standard from the outside.
I have narrowed it down to the three below and wondered what your thoughts and experiences are. The first is a Jetex (cat back) stainless steel at £264, the second is a JT (cat back) in steel at £295 and the last is an Abbott Racing (back box only) in stainless at £199, which promises a 6 BHP increase. I must admit I like the twin pipe.
Apologies if this covers old ground but I'm really stuck for choice.