<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Justin Fox:
<strong>Well the Autodelta cold air intake definitely made a difference I could feel without me touching the ECU.
I'd love to hear your exhaust now Ulf. Man been trying to get the exhaust guys over here in Sydney to get rid of those exact two resonators you bypassed but so many of them do not want to do it in fear that my car will be too loud. *******s!
And so all that techno music and hype about the maxxair intake... and the wat they say the sound is tuned etc etcis all bull? You're saying your old K&N is louder than this intake system? I'm upset abou tthat as I was very seriously considering to buy this intake once for the sound... but then again. They make good products. I love my handbrake cover, love the sports pedals. Hate the eyelids I bought off them... but that's OK wink </strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Hey Justin!
Yes, it's not as loud as the K&N, which is not strange, considering the extra piping. Of course the new and mouch louder exhaust does a good job at cancelling some of the induction noise by rumbling too, so the difference might not be that big in the end...
Yep, this exhaust is not tuv-certified though, so you can get some problems with that in some countries I guess... You can always buy the 'cup pipe' from Novitec as a separate part, or get someone in Australia to make one?