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Cybox 3.0 V6 exhaust

Just had this fitted at the tail end of last week and well 'appy with it!!
I did a search and there's no vids of these so I'll get one up at the weekend .
The system isn't stupidly loud. In fact, it's not much louder than standard! You get a nice low burble on tickover and once it warms up it gets a little louder. On the road, there is no drone at all but when you put your foot down it gives a nice growl and you get a few, little, pops if you rev it in neutral! All in all, it's what should have been fitted at the factory, not too loud or quite!
Be warned though, it's sold as a 'direct fit' but the guy had to heat up the mounts on the car and bend them to get it to clear the rear frame and sit straight in the cutout!(Mine is a 2001 CF3 engine, I think. It has fly by wire throttle)
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If Garfield isn't sporting ear defenders in the video I'll be straight on the phone to the RSPCA.
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I'm considering one of these and spoke to the guys @Power italia when my car was serviced. They said they had fitted a few and quoted an hours labour to fit. Sounds ideal noise wise as i don't want a 'Max' power sound level on my car either.
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I have had my cycbox on for about 3/4 year or so.

Did find the noise to be a bit boomy uphill on the motorway at 70mph. Which for most is not the GTV natural territory. That said it has quietened down a bit as it has probably sooted up inside.

We did have to do a bit of hanger bending ( 98 Ph2) and a bit of bashing up of the centre tunnel heat shield. bit nothing too drastic. I think its a good system for the price and seemed very well made. Sounds great after 4000 rpm too goes into a proper italian howl.
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As promised a short clip! Note the lovely popping after flooring it!
Don't worry, no Stitch's or Garfield's were harmed during the making of this video! Yes, I have mats on order so no comments about that please!

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