Re: [DML] New Exhaust headers
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Re: [DML] New Exhaust headers



I gues it's a matter of opinion. Together with its owner, I've converted 
the Island system on #2727 to a Renault 2.5 Turbo - and always teased 
him because it sounded like a tractor.... maybe that was just his 
mufflers. Either way, with the TT system, you have a very different 
requirement from the exhaust and as open asnd free as possible from the 
turbo back is a good thing.

If you stand immediately behind the car, you can clearly hear the 
exhaust "pop" alternate from left to right, and it doesn't sound as 
smooth as a system that combines the two banks.

Martin

Chris Shepherd wrote:

>I disagree. My exhaust is seperate, having twin turbos, and doesn't sound bad at all. I haven't had anybody say that it sounds different from any other when idling.
>
>Chris
>06301
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