quote:With these your legs are going to get burnt when stepping out of the car after a long drive
1988 Acura Legend > 1990 VW Corrado > 1994 Audi 90 quattro > 1991 Audi Coupe quattro > 2002 Acura 1.7EL > 2010 VW GTI > 2010 Mazda5 GT with Manual & leather
those of you who said yes how hard is it.....im talking a single incognito hole right in front of the rear drivers side wheel through a side skirt....
how much did you pay the shop or did u do it urself?
I dont think you'll have the clearance to get a pipe through the sideskirt. You would have to cut back the rocker pannel and the floor board. Since the muffeler is behind the axel on the corrado you would have to not only have a 180 degree bend (like the mustang side exhaust) but you would have to find space to pass two pipes over the axel. If your going race only it wouldn't be so bad but to do that on a street car just seems like more work than its worth
It's only really loud at WOT and higher RPM. Sounds like a drag car then. at idle is sounds like any other borla exhaust. It's quiet enough to hear the turbo spool up at partial throttle. Haven't been pulled over for noise yet. Driving around town I keep the RPM's down to keep the noise down. On the highway, it on. It's all stainless, and pretty affordable actually. Schimmel custom built mine with the rest of the engine work.
Quote, originally posted by CorradoCody » Yes I do. 3 inch from the turbo back with custom 3 inch flex pipe. No problems with the bolts staying on with the exhaust manifold.
nice, do you have any pics of the exhaust under the car, or maybe a shot of it before you had it installed?