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    Default Signum twin exit but no box?

    If I fitted/had made a twin exit rear exhaust and removed the large rear box would my 1.9 CDTi be much louder?

    Also what sort of price would I be looking at roughly considering its just 2 lengths of pipe and 2 trims?

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    Do you have cats and a dpf Lee if so then it will be fine mine has no silencers but has a cat and dpf and you get a nice burble but its subtle not loud. I think it would cost about 2 to 3 hundred as the pipe shaping needs special tools mine was fitted at Janspeed in Salisbury.

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    I have them both at the moment but will get rid of the DPF when it dies.

    £200-£300 sounds quite a bit as its only coming from the rear beam.

    Probably going to get it done at Powerflow in Totton.

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    If you plan to get rid if the dpf you will likely need a centre box as I think that might get too loud. I went to Powerflow as I had a Powerflow system from another car but they weren't interested so I got a mate at Janspeed to tweak it and fit new end caps for a ton.

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    i once went to powerflow in totton to get my dp fitted to my centre section after the turbo upgrade, i will never go back, such a rude guy to deal with... the place is a dump and he has no interest in you as a customer..

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    mine pipe from the turbo bak no boxes just oval tips isnt loud sounds awsome
    Vectra vxr custome remaps egr deletes dpf and diagnostic work all remaps are custome bench tuning avalible all genuine equipment PM for info

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    Doesnt sound good Nige

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    mike stokes or the powerflow guy down in bournemouth area is supposed to be ok.. Fella I work with had his Esprit done there and seems happy..

    Janspeed who Paul mentioned is very good, probably worth the trip and one I would be tempted to use if i needed some work doing..

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