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    Muffler Delete Cost?

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    Just went to my local muffler shop with my 2015 Audi A3 2.0T and got quoted 250 for a muffler delete after they looked underneath. Is that a good price or should I look elsewhere? Appreciate it thanks!

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    Established Member Two Rings ava the a4's Avatar
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    Hell no, i paid 120 at a big alís iíd go there if they have that in your area


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    Senior Member Three Rings 1killera4's Avatar
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    Way too expensive.
    2015 A3 2.0T

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1killera4 View Post
    Way too expensive.
    I wont go with them for sure then

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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    Don't do it, it will probably sound like crap.

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    150$ Max

    Itís a simple cut and weld.


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    Established Member Two Rings ava the a4's Avatar
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    Mine sounds good, also having a downpipe installed Thursday so itíll probably be fairly loud then but just the muffle delete is satisfying enough, a res delete doesnít make much of a difference so if you want some decent sound without breaking the bank muffler delete is the way to go


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    Senior Member Three Rings 1killera4's Avatar
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    Dont take off your mufflers...you will be sorry. Resonator delete is the way to go.
    2015 A3 2.0T

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    I did my exhaust on my 16' 2.0T few weeks ago. I ended up paying a little more for it cause i was impatient.

    At first, I did the resonator delete... and i was not satisfied at all. It was way too quiet. I ended up taking the exhaust off and got some 2.5" tips on it.
    It sounds great, slight drone but i don't mind it. Best of all, the DSG farts are very pronounced. I'm very happy with it and if you need more convincing just looking up MK7 GTI exhaust videos, since there aren't many for the A3 2.0T on youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1killera4 View Post
    Dont take off your mufflers...you will be sorry. Resonator delete is the way to go.
    Why not your muffler?
    2015 S3 Stage 2 H&R sport springs.

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Would be nice if you were closer. thinking about trading my factory resonator delete for a resonated one.



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