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    VXRed
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    Any one recommend the Scorpion 3" Non-Resonated Secondary Cat-Back Exhaust System?

    Looking to order it tomorrow but can't find many reviews on them


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    Last edited by Lewis335; 17th March 2017 at 10:26 PM.

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    I'd definitely recommend it... Just speaking out my own experience; I have that system but double decat, lovely sound will sound like a right beast when you give it some, quiet with normal low rev driving, lovely pops when you catch the certain revs, overrun pops, bubbly downshift pops. I guess that's about it.
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    VXRed
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    Perfect thanks I just ordered it 😀


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    Is it not the case that purchasing a exhaust system is a bit of a gamble unless you have had the experience of travelling/driving a motor fitted with the system that perhaps you would like just to see what the soundtrack is like, albeit to loud - to muted - or just right for you -- not all peeps are the same and there's not much point in someone (no offense intended) giving a personal opinion because if you like the sound it maybe someone elses nightmare - just don't take someone's word listen to a car exhaust in the flesh then on the first start up you will know if it's for you

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