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    VW Golf 92tsi Exhaust options

    i've got a regular golf, but want to make the car sound a little nicer but don't want to go spending thousands on an exhaust system.

    done some looking around and have come to 3 options which i don't quite fully understand, i get the jist of the first two

    1. a cat back system
    2. muffler delete
    3. taking out the middle muffler

    what i understand is that option 1 & 2 should cost around a few hundred bucks, my question is that has anyone made their regular golf sound better with any of these or does anyone have a suggestion about this?

    thanks

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    Not too sure about what can be done with a 92tsi.... may aswell delete the resonator & muffler if u want some deepness and growl, but yet again I've never seen or even watched videos of a 92tsi with a sick exhaust system haha. I would recommend deleting the two, would be the cheapest option & spending close to $1k on a brand new aftermarket exhaust system just doesn't seem justifiable on a 92tsi.

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    yeah i had trouble to find anything for the 92tsi on youtube

    I called up an exhaust place and asked about the resonator/muffler delete and they said best off with the resonator as its a bit louder but not that much, and said not to worry about the muffler delete.

    $70 as well so thats pretty cheap

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    I own a 110 tsi (same engine) and I've first had res delete, it didn't really do much for me so I've installed xforce varex. With res del, you can't really hear the pops or the dsg farts as the rear muffler still reduces the noise but with the varex, when the valve is open she pops and farts like a beauty.


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