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    Just looking on eBay and came across the hoffman race tube and there only cheap. I know they won't do much performance wise but will it give my 1.9 cdti more of a throaty sound? Or would I just be better off just getting a straight through pipe from the precat to backbox from the likes off powerflow

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    Only way to really got sound from a CDTi is go straight through all the way. I've got no cats or centre box on mine, just two little back boxes and it's barely any louder than standard. Slight rumble when I boot it and that's it.

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    Mines front to back straight lol the turbo is loud and the wooshing noise is emence lol
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    How much would it be roughly for a straight pipe from turbo back from the likes of powerflow.

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    ive got no boxes but still got both cats (for now ) and mine gives a nice sound. Its not very loud but got a nice rumble when idle but when you put your foot down it sounds good!

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    How much roughly would something like this cost from the likes off powerflow

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    I got mine from mij. The single exit cost me £260 then i went back for a downpipe and dual back and that cost £240. This was on my dti although the cat-back part is on my cdti. If you want no boxes and just tailpipes your probably looking in the £300s. Get some quotes

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    A wee video may be in order???

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    I got a cat back in the cdti, got quoted £150 to remove main cat, sounds extortionate to me?

    £200 for a single cat back on the 2.2 tho, need a bit if grunt on both of mine

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    Seems expensive for just a straigt through pipe with the cat removed

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