Hey, I don't really have a way to record or post a sound clip. But trust me, this is the exhaust you want. Its nice and quiet when cruising, but of course with a turbo, when you get on the throttle, all you hear is the dumptube anyways. You will not be disappointed with this exhaust.
Honestly, you don't need much extra maintenance. I change the oil more frequently (about once every three weeks or every 3k miles). I like to change the tranny oil more often just to keep it fresh (every 10k). That's really it. Gas mileage hasn't changed, car still runs like it did before the turbo
Haha nah you didn't, sorry again man. I just started a new job and I've been shirking on responding to messages because I'm ultra stressed every time I come home. I'm good now though.
I actually haven't had a single mechanical problem with my car since installing this kit a year ago. I did have a small boost leak at one point, but I replaced everything with better clamps and it went away
Sc is by far the cheapest and simplest. The used market for them is pretty safe as well. I didn't spend too much more than 4k on my setup and I made upwards of 300whp.
To be honest with you I would have probably kept my SC but my roommate had the SRT turbo and he offered me a trade that I couldn't refuse. The SRT kit has been badass as hell. It truly is stupid fast but I do feel like I am always worrying more. If you're pretty mechanically inclined and know turbo kits/systems then it shouldn't be anything over your head. There is just more components to keep track of than the supercharger.
you should also evaluate your goals and purposes for the car, if it's mainly gonna be a daily driver I'd just go supercharger for sure.