page 2 of this thread mentions tip problem and there was several threads about it, of course I can't locate them because I'm at work...
I am somewhat OCD so the 1 tip blackened would be a deal breaker... I do keep them clean, but I just don't like the idea of it doing that.... and MF has responded to this complaint in other threads before....I will look for them this weekend.
We use MF at the race shop for Mustangs, Chargers etc and systems are awesome.... I like their tips for our car best of any...
The problem with the touring is simple fluid mechanics and if magnaflows engineers don't understand it...
I have the touring. I love it. But I clean both tips once a day before I leave for the morning with a paper towel so this problem doesn't materialize for me.
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I was clearly NOT referring to a Mustang, and I wouldn't be caught dead in a Japanese car.
My comment was I liked Mustang systems, which we use extensively at the race shop.......
Systems have nice looks and always power gains on the dyno.
Admittedly most of the cars are turbo cars, but even NA cars respond well.
I haven't found the threads, but someone on here better at searching probably cn point you to the thread.
It was a long thread and yes, it was the Touring version and MagnaFlow posted in the thread if I remember correctly.
Crux of complaints were that only the right side exhaust tip had flow thru it.......
While not a big deal to some, I didn't want to deal with it.
I decided to wait to do any exhaust and still am.
The system you are selling may be updated, I was merely trying to see if the issue was corrected, no reflection on you guys at all.
I have the same issue on the A3 3.2's exhaust. One tip much sootier than the other. The issue seems to be that all the OEM exhausts that has twin tips have mufflers that are one in and two out, where the splitting of the exhaust are done internally with equal venting to both pipes. But the magnaflow seem to use one to one muffler and have some asymetrical splitter in very confined space that doesn't allow for equal splitting of air to the two tips.