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07 Saturn Ion Borla pro-xs Muffler

07 Saturn Ion Borla pro-xs Muffler


 


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98 Trans Am Borla ProXS True Duals
My 6.0 swap T/A with true duals. Car is currently for sale too. $9500 takes it.





2006 Passat B6 2.0T With Borla ProXS Muffler
Got my new muffler installed two months ago but was really busy and didn't get a chance to upload the video till today! I think it sounds better now, what do you guys think? Car and mods information: 2006 Passat B6 2.0T FWD APR Stage II K&N high flow drop in air filter 42dd 3" catless & non-resonated downpipe Borla ProXS muffler Resonator delete FK coilovers 18" Alzor wheels from ECS Tuning Falken ZE-612+ A/S tires (will be changing to summers soon) Recorded with: Canon 5D Mark III Canon 16-35 f/2.8L II USM Azden SMX-10 stereo mic Manfrotto 190XPROB w/ 486RC2 ballhead





Audi A4 2.8L 30v - Stock vs Borla Pro Xs
Most recent post: "IF you want my advice, go to techtonicstuning.com, buy the borla or magnaflow catback Exhaust, aluminized to save a few bucks or stainless if you don't care. They sound amazing and they don't drone. They are specifically tuned and mandrel bent. do it right!" Just installed a Borla Pro Xs Muffler (40348). the muffler is a bit long, but fit with some modification to the inlet and custom piping. Great tone, was a bit loud for the mic on my camera, but the idle sounds great. Cabin noise is greatly increased with a lot of resonance drone under Between 2200 and 2600rpm. If you don't push it, it's quiet, but as soon as you give it gas, it gets quite loud inside. I probably should have added this a long time ago, but if you're looking to do this, see what other options there are, this one is definitely one of the cheaper ones, but It's so long that the fit is really tight. You may benefit from a muffler that isn't 19" long. update: recently removed the borla and replaced it with a shorter inexpensive magnaflow, it was a good move, I'll try to post another comparison at some point. Apparently there is a lot more to Exhaust than I initially thought. update2: My audi is incapacitated, if you have the 2.8l engine, be sure to pay close attention to the condition of your PCV valve... apparently the 2.8L engine is highly prone to sludge buildup and will clog. I was quoted $4300 to replace all the the oil seals in the engine. Unfortunatly I will probably not be posting any further videos with this car. IF you want my advice, go to techtonicstuning.com, buy the borla or magnaflow catback Exhaust, aluminized to save a few bucks or stainless. They sound amazing and they don't drone. do it right!





1996 Sc2 Saturn w/ Cherry Bomb Turbo II muffler and Cherry Bomb Highflow Cat
This is the first video of my Sc2's Exhaust since my adding a muffler and cat. I was going to wait on the cat, but my stock cat decided to die and set my SES light off, and it was cheaper to get the Cherry Bomb cat than it was to get an OE cat, plus its gets better flow (duh) so I went with it. Also, if you listen when I shut my car off, you will hear a hissing sound. That's my intake. lol If you are gonna post negative comments, please don't waste mine or your time. Oh, and this was a crappy sound quality camera, so sorry. -James





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1996 Saturn SC2 : 9.221 @ 144.400
MICHAEL COLLINS, Engine: sm.blk. chevy 441 ci., Tires: goodyear 32x14


1992 Saturn SC2 Turbo: 11.030 @ 129.200
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1995 Saturn SC2 : 13.400 @ 107.000
Sef, Engine: 1.9 (LLO) DOHC Fully Built,


1995 Saturn SC2 Supercharged: 13.940 @ 100.000
Eric, Engine: 1.9L, Supercharger: yes Turbos: - Tires: Falken 615's 205/50/15


1995 Saturn SC2 : 14.003 @ 98.950
Michael, Engine: 16v DOHC 4cyl, Tires: 205/40/17


1998 Saturn SC2 : 14.138 @ 99.940
Paul McCann, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Turbos: Turbonetics T-3 Tires: Factory equip. Firestone


1997 Saturn SC2 : 14.277 @ 99.430
Doug DeGeorge, Engine: 1.9L, Tires: Nitto 450 205/45/16


1994 Saturn SC2 : 14.279 @ 98.510
Jeff Peck, Engine: 1.9L, Tires: Nitto 555R extreme drag


1995 Saturn SC2 SUPERCHARGED: 14.324 @ 95.530
Adam Chant, Engine: 1.9L stock rebuild, Supercharger: Powerdyne BD-600 Tires: Nitto 555 ET Front - Fiercrap back


1998 Saturn SC2 : 14.463 @ 98.000
Chris Henderson, Engine: 1.9 Inline 4, dohc, 16 valve, Turbos: GReddy Tires: Nitto NT-555


1997 Saturn SC2 : 14.518 @ 100.240
Doug DeGeorge, Engine: 1.9 L, Tires: Nitto 450 205/45/16


2000 Saturn SC2 Nitrous: 14.526 @ 98.080
Nathan Schlawin, Engine: 1998 DOHC, Tires: BFG G-Force T/A Drag radials


1997 Saturn SC2 : 14.738 @ 94.450
John Hayles, Engine: 1.9L DOHC, Tires: Falken ZX512 All Season


2001 Saturn SC2 : 14.900 @ 0.000
Drew Smith, Engine: 1.9L DOHC, Turbos: Turbonetics T3/60trim .50ar Tires: 215/35/19 BF Goodrich G-Force TA KDW2


1998 Saturn SC2 Coupe: 15.183 @ 90.570
Mike Ruppert, Engine: 1.9L DOHC, Tires: yokahamas


1997 Saturn SC2 : 15.390 @ 89.460
Kevin Grant, Engine: DOHC, Tires: 205/55/15 Toyo Proxes FZ4


1995 Saturn SC2 : 15.400 @ 88.300
Michael, Engine: 16v DOHC 4 cyl., Tires: 195/60/15 Potenza


1996 Saturn SC2 : 15.420 @ 87.480
Mark Daniel, Engine: 1.9L DOHC I-4, Tires: BFGoodrich Touring T/A


1998 Saturn SC2 : 15.586 @ 87.140
Matthew Normand, Engine: stock, Tires: Goodyear American Eagle 195/60-15


1997 Saturn SC2 : 15.611 @ 88.590
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