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Hi,
Well i ve done an NA--TT engine swap but still running on the stock NA exhaust system. Is it a very restrictive system for the TT engine ?

thanks

adi
 

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I've already started a discussion about this....do a quick search for exhausts. (always search before asking a Q, that way you wont have to invest in a flame suit) :run:
 

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It's very restrictive if you are making much over 300 rwhp.
 

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Yeah, you might want to go aftermarket or at least get the stock TT exhaust if funds are low.

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Kevin
 

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Buying at least a 3" catback is going to become a must as soon as you start modifying. The n/a exhaust is a lot more restrictive than even the TT exhaust.
 

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DrDJDesi said:
I've already started a discussion about this....do a quick search for exhausts. (always search before asking a Q, that way you wont have to invest in a flame suit) :run:
I don't think you're thread had anything to do with the factory na exhaust system, but nonetheless he could have searched this topic.
 

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Put a 4" exhaust and 3" downpipe on that bad boy and you won't believe the difference :)
 

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Thanks a lot for all your input, really appreciate it. (I did a search but couldnt find one that related specifically to the NA's stock exhaust)

Cheers.

adi
 
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