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Enhance your Volkswagen Golf | GTI MK7 by adding the ARMYTRIX Super Sport Stainless Steel Exhaust System. This system will increase power, reduce weight, and improve sound. This precision-made performance system delivers more power, especially in the low and mid rev range, the effect on the sound is significant, adding a deep resonant sporty sound, but at the same time neutralizes the annoying frequencies in the most critical rpm range. Complete the look with a set of four sporty chrome polished silver tailpipes. ARMYTRIX exhaust systems differ from other brand' exhaust systems with their unique "Throttle Pedal Sensor and Engine RPM Signal Auto Functions". Through this system ARMYTRIX offers car owners a better launch-start without losing backpressure by automatically closing the valves at low rpm. When your car is driving at high speeds, the valves will automatically open to increase air flow for better performance (hp & torque gained) and sound. Car owners can set their own timing for valves to automatically open and close by engine rpm and how deep they press the gas pedal. It' a new innovative system that brings your car to a different level. With the ARMYTRIX you are not getting just an exhaust system, you are getting a driving system unlike any you have experienced before. When car owners turn on the race mode (valves opened), the gas goes through the section of straight pipes. This is where you get the incredible race sound and performance gain. In full throttle and it' straight pipe all the way, which means you will be expecting the LOUDEST sound performance you've ever hear!
- Front Pipe
- Link Y Pipe
- Valvetronic Mufflers
- Dual Carbon Tips 2x89mm
- Remote Control Module
- Power ( HP): 12
- Torque ( Nm): 19.3
- Weight Saving (-Kg): 9.1
- Reduction of Installation Time by 50% compared to traditional cable wires
- Comprehensive Selectable Options
- Real time Update of Selected Categories
- Quick & Accurate Data Logging
- App Controlled Valve System via OBDII Port
- View Install Instructions Here.
- Volkswagen Golf MK7 2014-2021
ARMYTRIX VALVETRONIC: HOW IT WORKS- BRIEF OVERVIEW:
- ARMYTRIX wireless valvetronic wiring is a plug-and-play system, no cutting, alteration or damage will be done to the factory settings.
As an ARMYTRIX fan, customer, or potential customer, you have likely heard of Valvetronic. It's one of the prominent selling features of ARMYTRIX exhaust systems and has shifted the entire exhaust industry towards adopting similar technology in all exhaust systems. The whole point of the Valvetronic system is to give you an option for how loud you want your car to be. If you leave early in the morning for work, you probably don't want your car to be excessively loud, as it will upset your neighbors. Once you're out on the open road or shredding a canyon road, you want to hear those awesome noises your car makes.
The Valvetronic system allows you to switch between being quiet and being loud with the push of a button via the included remote or through the smartphone application; this works by tapping into a vacuum source on your engine and connecting it to the control module. When you press the button on the remote or smartphone application, you are communicating with the OBDII module via Bluetooth. This OBDII module tells the exhaust valve module to allow the engine vacuum to open or close the exhaust valve. You can also set the exhaust valve module to an automatic mode which will open/close the exhaust valve based on predetermined RPM range or throttle position.
Aside from getting a brutal sound with the Valvetronic system open, you can also gain power, especially if your car is turbocharged. Depending on the car, modifications, and tune you have, the valve being open will also the exhaust gas to flow more freely, as it does not have to pass through any muffler. If your vehicle is turbocharged, you may see a slight increase in boost pressure depending if you are running an open or closed boost cycle, resulting in more horsepower.