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    • APR launches catback exhaust for the Volkswagen MKVII Golf R and Audi S3 Sedan

      Have a MKVII Golf R or Audi S3 sedan and want to uncork some of the sound from the 2.0 turbo? Well, APR has you covered with their new catback exhaust system. This system uses the oem-style clamps and is a completely bolt in affair.


      Features:

      • T304 stainless-steel construction
      • Argon-back-purged TIG welding throughout
      • Single 3" to quad 2.5" mandrel-bent brushed tubing
      • Ultra-smooth cast 3" to quad 2.5" splitter
      • Brushed-finished straight-through sound-absorption mufflers and Helmholtz frequency reducing resonator
      • Polished 4" slash-cut exhaust tips (removable)
      • Cast valve housings and brackets for OEM electronic actuators
      • Rugged and precise mounting brackets
      • OEM style slip clamps and Torca AccuSeal T304 tip clamps
      • Direct fit to the OEM and APR downpipe exhaust systems with the included link and reducer pipes
      • Low-profile design, suitable for lowered vehicles
      • Larger diameter piping compared to stock
      • Larger diameter tips compared to stock
      • No increase in weight compared to stock
      • Designed, developed, assembled and quality controlled in-house
      • Easy to install
      • Limited lifetime warranty

      Here is the main difference between the OEM and APR approach:

      Quote Originally Posted by APR
      Our exhaust system uses larger piping compared to the factory exhaust system, yet weighs the same. We use 3" OD piping, which then splits to a quad 2.5" design. The factory system uses 2.57" piping before the resonator and 2.78” thereafter. Finally, our system’s 4" exhaust tips dwarf the factory oval tips, giving the rear of the vehicle a sportier look.
      Here is how it sounds:


      The price is $1799.99: https://www.goapr.com/products/apr_e...ack_mk7_r.html




      This article was originally published in forum thread: APR Presents the MK7 Golf R Catback Exhaust System! started by Arin@APR View original post