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Exhaust options for i30 PD
« March 05, 2020, 01:37:32 »
I’m wondering if there any exhaust options for a 2018 2.0L i30 PD Active or if I would have to look at getting one custom made.

There doesn’t to be many options out there. Not sure if I could just take an exhaust system for a similar car and put it on.

I’ve always hated the stock exhaust systems on cars and I prefer to upgrade it.
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Re: Exhaust options for i30 PD
« Reply #1 : March 05, 2020, 02:27:17 »
Hi,
 Flick through this section sure there's a couple in here , or, there is a search section ,or, wait   :lol:
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Re: Exhaust options for i30 PD
« Reply #2 : March 05, 2020, 02:44:54 »
All would depend on what you’re wanting to do with the engine, if you only want the sporty note and a very slight improvement in bottom end then a reasonable cheap Walker Turbo muffler might be all you need.

Depending on exhaust sensor positions you might even be able to remove a catalytic :undecided:
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Re: Exhaust options for i30 PD
« Reply #3 : March 05, 2020, 08:21:36 »
All would depend on what you’re wanting to do with the engine, if you only want the sporty note and a very slight improvement in bottom end then a reasonable cheap Walker Turbo muffler might be all you need.

Depending on exhaust sensor positions you might even be able to remove a catalytic :undecided:

I am looking to increase the performance and get as much power out of the engine as possible. Plus, I just really hate stock exhaust systems so I was looking at changing over the whole thing to a new and better one.
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Re: Exhaust options for i30 PD
« Reply #4 : March 05, 2020, 08:48:23 »
No point in changing the complete system, without aftermarket headers you wouldn't develop the flow required to make up sizing the exhaust a worthwhile change.

A muffler change to a straight though sports type and possible catalytic delete will give you just as much without paying for a full cat back system, and your stock system is already stainless steel I believe :)

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Re: Exhaust options for i30 PD
« Reply #5 : March 05, 2020, 17:19:25 »
All would depend on what you’re wanting to do with the engine, if you only want the sporty note and a very slight improvement in bottom end then a reasonable cheap Walker Turbo muffler might be all you need.

Depending on exhaust sensor positions you might even be able to remove a catalytic :undecided:

I am looking to increase the performance and get as much power out of the engine as possible. Plus, I just really hate stock exhaust systems so I was looking at changing over the whole thing to a new and better one.
Turbo will help  :victory:
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