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Miltek Exhaust - reliabilty and db

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Are they still bad for welds after the flexi joint upgrade? Seem to recall a post where Lauren had 4 in 4 years but not sure if pre or post upgrade.

Like the sound and assume a non res on a stock motor would come in at sensible db for trackdays

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Non-res on a stock car is no problem at all for track days even with a second decat. They sound great but I wouldn't have another due to the poor welding. I got bored by the fourth one and went for a TD exhaust instead, mainly because it doesn't crack. 

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They are still known to fail even with the flexi joint. There are so many other options available for this chassis, don't know why so many still get fitted.

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We have removed a number of these recently due to failure unfortunately. 

The flexi section doesn't appear to improve the reliability of this particular system from what we have seen here.

 

Thanks

 

Mike

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Thanks to all of you for the replies and info. Will give the Miltek a miss, shame as I really liked the sound.

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My non res sounded great on a standard manifold and cat. Like others though on inspection it was cracked and even sagging as one of the hangers on the back box was failing. I highly recommend going elsewhere.

There are plenty of other options. I have the TD system and its a great bit of kit. Very well priced too.

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Has anybody got any sound clips of a non resonated pipe fitted to a completely stock setup please with either the 2nd cat in place or removed. Thanks.

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