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post #1 of 7 Old 12-27-2010, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Exhaust Problem, noisy sound

Hi, I installed the magnafloww stanles steel axle without muffler, and when I cruise on 160 km or higher, a noisy sound comes & goes, I checked with the dealer, and they said its from the fuel pump, and it sounds normal.

But I dont think this is right, any help in this subject?

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post #2 of 7 Old 12-28-2010, 06:59 AM
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without mufflers, I don't think you'd be able to hear your fuel pump. It could be a lot of things...heat shield rattle, the pipes hitting the tunnel brace or just the fact that a muffler delete is noisy. Without hearing it, it's kinda hard to tell. I'm surprised your dealer didn't just blame your aftermarket exhaust.

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yes...of course, could be drone. Does it happen around 1800rpm when you're cruising on the highway?

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If your car is an A6 it might be AFM or Drone like Power Freak said.

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If your car is an A6 it might be AFM or Drone like Power Freak said.
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As mentioned, its most likely a resonance formed at certain rpms (drone). You can get this on an M6 or A6 with a more aggressive exhaust setup, but the problem can be compounded on a A6 with the addition of AFM kicking in and out.

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