It's great in traffic, just warp ahead of everyone and get to your destination in half the time! Also good for avoiding tickets, but that may just be a grey Volvo thing.Nice disappearing trick w the car! Wish mine could do that...
Since the cutout is adjustable, I can set it to nearly any tone that I want. This was the most comfortable for a lower grumble, burble when off the gas, but no drone.Also, the exhaust sounds nice. It's no Subaru STi with Cobb exhaust, but it's cool... Lol jk. I actually have no reference point since I can't even hear my wife's 2.4i.
Thanks TG, and I agree on needing some real road videos! A lot of people have been asking about the sound, so I figured I needed to get something up that was similar to my Resonator Delete video, but the wind noise is annoying and I couldn't smoothly crop it out.Not a fan of the lot like passes but nice work on the exhaust. You need to find yourself some open winding roads and get a friend to shoot some rally style angles
Subarus have the best sounding engine for 4 bagners... by far.Nice disappearing trick w the car! Wish mine could do that...
Also, the exhaust sounds nice. It's no Subaru STi with Cobb exhaust, but it's cool... Lol jk. I actually have no reference point since I can't even hear my wife's 2.4i.
Veto! The Subies need their engine noise "upped" in order to get a nicer sound. The factory exhaust tends to be too quiet to get any kind of dominant sound. I find my stock C30 exhaust with my 2.0l 4 cylinder non turbo very "distinctive" and neat...Subarus have the best sounding engine for 4 bagners... by far.
Magnaflow Cutout, $67.OMG I want that sound haha. Sucks that I'm a noob at modding:/ How much do you think I'd have to pay a shop to have this done on my 2008 24i?
Diffuser thread.Yeh show a tutorial on the diffuser!
I may cut them and re-weld them a little further back. The biggest issue is the opening around them, so the best solution may be to modify the lower trim piece. They do stick out a little further than I was intending, but the general appearance I love.can you adjust them in at all?
Yeah, equal length. The inside ones actually sits flush with the bumper trim, so it's just a matter of getting the outside tips "covered up" a little more. Another project for another day... Any recommendations? Should I push the tips back or build the trim out?Are they equal length on the tips, not slant cut?
Exhaust gets custom built for the car body, not the other way around, IMHO. No question if you ask me.Should I push the tips back or build the trim out?