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Hey guys,

Has anyone tried doing a valved exhaust set up?

I don't always want my car to be obnoxious, buuuuut sometimes I do. So I feel like it'd be the perfect set up.

If anyone has a valved set up or has seen any that would work for our cars, I'd love to see the set up and where it was purchased from.
 

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@Kovy What do you think about this OEM Variable Exhaust Valve Muffler, it is for the Veloster N but with some welding work from a shop should fit fine. Getting the switch part / wiring done to open and close the valve is what I'm not confident on...

 

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I would just like to add my input after having the VN valved setup for a while now. The Varex system is currently $690 shipped with tax from Summit Racing here in the US. Having completed my DIY VN setup for around $500 I would still say I am beyond satisfied with the sound from the VN muffler. It is a very labor intensive job to create the valve though along with the labor to get the muffler to fit correctly. I still would recommend the VN route if you are able to get a free or dirt cheap VN muffler and think you can come out of the entire project for under $500 or so. This likely means doing the wiring and electronics labor yourself. If you are not comfortable doing all this and cannot keep the costs of the project below $500 in total, I think the Varex system would be the way to go. It is easily the best option for cost benefit at $690 all in and having the valved control.
 
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