VW Speedshop Burton ss exhaust

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Re: VW Speedshop Burton ss exhaust

Postby Mellow Yellow 74 » 23 Jul 2017, 10:27

Thanks for the replies. I installed it and it fits well - the muffler is much lighter than the standard one which explains why it is ok without the additional mounts. It seeems to give more power on hills than the standard exhaust, but is a little louder than I expected.
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Re: VW Speedshop Burton ss exhaust

Postby Sir Brixalot » 24 Jul 2017, 21:47

Liked the Speedshop myself. I reversed into a bollard and didn't notice I'd snapped the hanger. By the time someone had pointed it out to me the muffler had nearly sheared. To keep things simple I went for a Longlife exhaust which could be welded on as the workshop is near me. TBH I much prefer the Speedshop exhaust note and if I'd heard a Longlife on a T25 I'd have stayed with Speedshop.
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