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This Volkswagen Golf MK6 GTI chose Armytrix high-performance exhaust to get noticeable hp/torque improvement and that insane exhaust sound is going to buzz your ears all day long!

Armytrix valvetronic system offer car owners with 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 whatever the timing for valves to automatically open and close by engine rpm and how deep they press the gas pedal, it’s a new innovation system to bring your car to a whole nother level and it’s not just an exhaust system you’re getting, it’s a new driving experience that you never had before.

NOTE: Armytrix wireless valvetronic wiring is a plug-and-play system, no cutting, alteration or damage will be done to the factory settings.

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Official GOLF MK6 video

Armytrix full valvetronic exhaust with dual elegant chrome polished silver tailpipes. It's a breathtaking artwork if you just standing there and watch them.

Wireless controller allow driver arbitrarily switch different valves modes(ON,OFF,AUTO)whenever they want.

Valvetronic muffler change valves open or close to control backpressure and different sound. With ON mode, valves will open to increase air flow for better performance and louder sound. With OFF mode, valves will close to avoid losing backpressure and provide quite sounds.

Customer chose chrome polished silver tips. Armytrix also provide matte black and titanium blue to fit different driver's style.

Armytrix performance exhaust installation completed. Aggressive look and distinctive sound, this GTI is ready for attention on the road!

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