How loud an exhaust can you get for £100?
Colin Furze has the answer for everything. Even the questions you didn’t ask.
Based on the activity of most online automotive influencers, it seems the done thing to do as soon as one receives a new car is to make it as loud as possible.
That’s all well and good when you have money to spend on a few metal tubes or a brand deal with the best in the business of motoring acoustics. However, most of us don’t have that luxury. So, what kind of exhaust system can you get on a tight budget?
If your limit is the £100 mark, you’re in luck as popular engineering YouTuber, Colin Furze shows us what that amount of money can get you. The only piece of advice I offer is, don’t expect a well-known brand – or clean hands.
It’s fair to say that this Rover 75 has become just as flashy as the next tuner’s ride. Although, with the massive Didgeridoo stuck to the roof, it creates its own, unique look.
As for the noise, bypassing the boring emission regulating parts like the catalytic converter means the car sounds like an absolute racecar. Not that any circuit would allow it onto the track as it probably breaks the noise limit for outer space, let alone Brands Hatch.