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    Veteran Member Three Rings SoleMate's Avatar
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    Exhaust question?

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    Do catbacks for quattros not work on 98 FWD 1.8ts? I've been looking for a catback and so far I've only seen quattro ones. Thanks for the clarification.

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    I'm not sure about not working but they don't fit directly because of the Quattro having a rear differential. Like the stock exhaust on a quattro, is piped differently to fit around the differential, and since the FWD doesn't have a rear differential, it doesn't have to worry about piping going around it.
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    Veteran Member Three Rings SoleMate's Avatar
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    Shit, I'm starting to regret choosing FWD now. Does anyone know of a FWD catback made besides APR?
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    Registered Member Four Rings SEXIC─N's Avatar
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    I think Neuspeed.
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    Registered Member Four Rings SEXIC─N's Avatar
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    You can always just get a custom exhaust
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