How does the scorpion compare Dan?
And do you supply and fit them both?
Yes we supply and fit both - they are really quite far apart in most aspects, sound, price & quality are all quite different. Scorpion is cheap as chips, quality is OK (its not going to fall apart), the sound is meaty and very typically V6. A bit of a drone at motorway revs but that is what you get with a performance-oriented packed silencer, thats what they do. If you don't want drone you can get a middle silencer put in but then it will be almost as quiet as OEM.
The Wizard is a different kettle of fish altogether - a good bit more expensive, but its head & shoulders better built than any of the competition, and the sound is totally unique. We've sold probably 10 times as many Scorpion exhausts, they seem now to be the default choice for those that simply need a new exhaust and want to get something that'll do the job as cheaply as possible. I'm clearly biased having had a hand in the development of the Wizard exhausts, so thats what I'd pick
There is a third option though and that is sticking with the original backbox - besides from the outer casing rusting away the internals and entry/exit pipes are a good grade of steel and do not seem to suffer with corrosion. Therefore, its quite possibly to re-skin and re-pack the exhaust, worth thinking about if your chrome tips are still in good condition. That being said - its still a mild steel system so won't last forever, and its a bit on the quiet side. I'd only suggest this if you have heard a Scorpion and don't like the sound of it, otherwise you might as well just get one. But go and have a listen to someone with a Wizard exhaust first