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Just bought a 18’ Giulia T1 Sport- only draw back is that’s it too quiet- what’s best to make it roar?
 

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Those of us who are near the road might not want the car to do that, lol, but a nice exhaust tone similar to the previous Alfas would be nice.
 
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Centerline partnered to developed a system with Magnaflow specifically for the Stelvio. Not cheap, but in line with most cat-back exhaust systems.
Cheers, Jon
 

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Just bought a 18’ Giulia T1 Sport- only draw back is that’s it too quiet- what’s best to make it roar?
Super Sprint. 100% Stainless Steel, no butt joints or folds. 100% Steel sourced in Italy. All hand made. I will be installing one soon on mine. Might be more expensive but well worth it. It's a beautiful exhaust system. Not super loud but extremely civilized with a nice Italian growl to it.





Centerlines looks really nice as well.

or You can have a good muffler shop remove the muffler for pipes or add smaller mufflers on rear.
 

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IMHO the SS sounds like indigestion. Not nice.
 

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IMHO the SS sounds like indigestion. Not nice.
Depends on what you get. There are several options with less or more mufflers added to it. The one used in the video is almost a full race version, so much more throaty.
 
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I have one and the sound is as it should have been from the factory. About $1100 I think and worth every penny.
$1,100 is reasonable for what you get I think.
 

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As of late yesterday the Magnaflow exhaust sold through CenterlineAlfa is back in stock. I just placed my order.
Bill
 
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