VW Jetta 2.0 with a Brullen exhaust

1998 VW Jetta 2.0L Autotech 260 cam Brullen muffler with Thrush resonator 2.5 in piping Autotech Q chip MKIV Intake manifold swap Neuspeed P-Flo intake The squeak at the beginning is my flywheel, I do have an Exhaust rattle on the rear beam because I lowered the rear coils more, and the popping sound is the acorns on my driveway as I run over them. And the loud scrape near the end is me scraping my front Euro vr6 lip coming into the driveway. If you want any more details on my car, feel free to ask

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