Sounds good, but I agree that it could have a bit more volume.
Yes I would LOVE a tone like the Solo but will have to settle with whatever I can get out of this idea.Sounds nice mate, bit understated still which can be good. but I think you are like me and want a tone like the solo, don't you ?
That's what I`m doing$450? your half way there to the solo. maybe you can take pics of how the solo looks like to the exhaust shop and try to replicate the design to get the sound.
Yep that's what I did with my magnafow system. No point paying $$$$ to get pipes shipped from USIt's the solo Mach muffler that gives it the sound!! Buy the muffler and have the pipes made over there.
was looking at something similar but have decided I wanna keep the stock exhaust so that I can bolt it back on if ever needed.i deleted the resonator and put in a magnaflow resonator style strait through in its spot. Then deleted the muffler. I can be WOT and have a conversation at cruise not much more then stock. I Just ordered new bends so can weld the rest of the pipe up with better bends. i just used stock pipe from res to axel. My total exhaust with new tips less then $300 but i can weld myself
Well now I am a happy chappie!!:smile:Yes I would LOVE a tone like the Solo but will have to settle with whatever I can get out of this idea.
I reckon if I go with removing the resonator I might get close. Will persist and see what I get.
"Ello Bruce! You godda get some petrol, right Bruce?"Maybe Swordfish it is because we can't read or understand English as well as you guys so they give us a diagram instead.
And Makes as well.Australia gets many car models that are unavailable in the US.
Strewth, that bloke's driving on the wrong side of the road .. now rack off and stop being a cunny funt :wink:"Ello Bruce! You godda get some petrol, right Bruce?"
Euro VT has lower HP but higher torque. US is 201/195, Euro is 183/199 according to Euro-Spec Hyundai Veloster Turbo Makes Less Power | AutoGuide.com NewsBelieve it or not there are European Union standards for things like colours of warning lights (the low fuel warning light has to be yellow) and the graphic for distance to empty on trip computers. Our Veloster is based on the British version so we get all the EU good bits (and it seems we get a more powerful motor as a bonus). I think Britain has a bizarre mix of miles and metric everything else but fortunately Australia is 100% metric (although many here persist in old-fashioned tyre pressure measurements - motorcycle handbooks now only have kilopascals so that's a habit best unlearned because cars will go that way shortly). Australia's regulators went the European path and adopted European emission control standards and European safety measurements, and this is partly why Australia gets many car models that are unavailable in the US. This explains why our cars have a British / European feel to them.