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      05-24-2011, 07:47 PM   #23
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Thats the shipping weight with packing and such, but its likely a big over estimation. From the exhausts Ive owned I know their shipping estimate is quite high compared with the actual exhaust.
With little real power to be gained from a cat-back, it comes down to looks, sound and weight. With so many systems giving you significant weight reduction, I would really need to see what the weight actually is before buying. I like the dual mode valved system. Pretty much what I had on my previous RS4. Nice to be able to close the system down when driving through the neighborhood or by police ociffers.
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With little real power to be gained from a cat-back, it comes down to looks, sound and weight. With so many systems giving you significant weight reduction, I would really need to see what the weight actually is before buying. I like the dual mode valved system. Pretty much what I had on my previous RS4. Nice to be able to close the system down when driving through the neighborhood or by police ociffers.
Very true. Kreissieg even says their exhausts are not meant for racing application, so they wont be the lightest on the block. The quality and sound however, are top level. If you want something lightweight and inexpensive, look elsewhere. If you want the best dual mode exhaust, Kreissieg is the one.
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we just did an install on the KSG exhaust.
the system is not that heavy, but i don't have the exact numbers.

the ability to change sound at will and have one of the cleanest weld systems on the market makes this one hell of a toy.

I think I might just do a short video on my phone. Will try and do that this week... for you all!
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meisterschaft gt2, it throws a deeper sound
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      06-08-2011, 12:51 PM   #27
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meisterschaft gt2, it throws a deeper sound
Can we please stop supporting a brand that does nothing but rip off other people's hard work?

At least the Innotech is their own design and not based on the Kreisseig.
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At 45kg I would say it is considerably heavier than stock. That is 99lbs. Isn't stock something like 58?
it says 45kg *after packaging
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we just did an install on the KSG exhaust.
the system is not that heavy, but i don't have the exact numbers.

the ability to change sound at will and have one of the cleanest weld systems on the market makes this one hell of a toy.

I think I might just do a short video on my phone. Will try and do that this week... for you all!
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Can we please stop supporting a brand that does nothing but rip off other people's hard work?

At least the Innotech is their own design and not based on the Kreisseig.
But it sounds great -
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Does anyone know how much power is any does the kreissieg with x-pipe put down? Thats something I have yet to know...
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Does anyone know how much power is any does the kreissieg with x-pipe put down? Thats something I have yet to know...
Not many people who buy Kreissieg put them on a dyno. They simply want the best sound possible, and thats what they get. Being that the Kreissieg is pretty straight through with the valves open, Im sure it makes near as much power as is possible.
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