Its the year 2020, us zoomers want the artificial pops from the delayed combustion that leaks into our exhaust and breaks our turbos for the hell of it.Read it as: you want the burble tune like wrx unequal headers .. -_-
Yeah if possible one that I can turn on and off. Likely will need a custom tune then.Looks like he wants the burbles on a stock tune.
It's one reason why their engines sound so good!Nothing equals that beautiful unequal length header sound....I love that sound
I would definitely ruin the cat if I ran it 24/7. That's why I wanted to see of I could turn it off so I can use it occasionally till I delete the cat.Take my word for it, crackles on a stock exhaust setup is useless.
I ran it for a little bit, the only way to hear it is to have an aggressive crackle tune at very high rpms.
On top of that, you'll plug the cats.
Just mod the car and forget about the warranty, it's worth it.
..Also there is no way to add crackles without a tune.
Reliability is inversely related to your right foot. A performance tune doesn't have to negatively affect reliability. There's a ton of headroom in these engines.I knew I'd need a tune but wanted to see if there's one that doesn't add performance so I can keep reliability in the long run.
That's true but I want to enjoy it to the fullest VW made it to be. Which if their engineers are good, is within the limits of all the components.Reliability is inversely related to your right foot.
I've actually gotten the european GTI TCRs muffler and that has already worked wonders. I'm just trying to bring back the DSG pops VW took away for the facelift GTIs.There is no way to make your GTI sound like a Subaru.
If you want better exhaust tone with a stock drivetrain, see the CSS thread or contact Baun Performance.