Has finally been added to the FAQ/DIY thread! Thanks to gtimakesmebroke!
Last edited by KIDVersion 1; 05-08-2012 at 11:05 PM.
Anybody here have the full APR RSC for a 2.0T? It's either that or the 42DD for my next purchase...
I'd really like to hear the difference.
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I recieved my weekned waitng response from borla hoping to have a little better insight as to a set up in which i would like to go, dual split exhaust, and i was hoping borla would have a good response as to how i could custom one using their exhaust and what muffler is recommended but i got a one line, overheating blah blah buy this one out of the box, that is what i would recommend. I mean i watch velocity channel and there has been so much stuff on borla muffs for shelby and i had on on my old mkiii so i want to go that route but come on. If you dont want to point me in the right direction maybe another company will help. I dont want out of the box. I am modding my bumper to fit a dual and love the borla sound.
Suggestions anyone have a good outcome on a custom exhaust? sorry for the rant.
click here). He did the true dual and I am sure he can point you in the right direction.
Hey guys, I was considering upgrading the exhaust on my 2.5L Jetta, but I don't know which one to pick. I want one that is relatively quiet, but has a nice sound for whenever i choose to get up there in the RPMs. Based on what I looked at on forums and youtube, AWE tuning seems to fit the bill. I saw on their youtube videos that they have a Touring as well as Track edition exhaust, but when I go on their website, I can only choose one exhaust.
Has anyone found an exhaust for the Jetta that doesn't rub on the rear axle if you're lowered? I'm underniet my car one every month or so trying to twist and push it around to make it fit and there just doesn't seem to be a solution. I have the 42DD 3" which rattled in the beginning but I heat wrapped it which silenced it for a bit but now we've chewed through the wrap and there really just isn't enough room over that axle for this 3" pipe. Anyone run into this issue with their GLI/Wolfies running 3" pipe
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when i first noticed the issue i asked but no one had any insight and i didnt know enough to root cause the issue. you can see here the offending location and my bootleg fix to stop the rattling sound. i pinched down the sides of the heat shield (?) so it wouldn't move and tied it down with stretch wrap. pretty shxtty looking but it worked.
since then i have removed the stretch wrap used 3m tape to act as a buffer between the two surfaces and it works much better + nothing dangling below the car. i think the right fix is like Kidversion said. If I look at my car from the rear, I can tell that the tips aren't level. I'm guessing you have the same issue, and i believe anyone that doesn't have it up in the correct position will experience the rattling. i also noticed that stuffing the 3m tape in there helped rotate it closer to where it should be. i just have to wait for better weather to get under the car and figure out what to adjust to level it out. it's not so much raising the exhaust straight up, as rotating the rear section. with the way that the pipe is angled it will raise it up off the beam.
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