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Here is the latest product from Armytrix that makes your Audi A7 scream like no other, it also comes with wireless remote control valvetronic technology, which you can close the valves to make it sound like stock

To enhance Audi A7 by adding the Armytrix stainless steel exhaust system to 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.

Audi A7 product page: Audi A7 3.0 - ???????? Performance exhaust mufflers & Cat-back system for Lamborghini, Ferrari, Audi, BMW, Mclaren, GT-R, 370Z, A45, CLA45, AMG, Volkswagen and Porsche

Audi A7 with Armytrix exhaust sound video - Power, louder, and better.

Full set of Armytrix Audi A7 3.0 sportback performance exhaust system content: Front pipe, Mid pipe, Valvetronic mufflers, four sporty chrome polished silver tailpipes, Remote control module.

Remote control kits including Valvetronic ECU, wireless remote control and logo sticker.

Front pipe

Flawless welding quality in detail.

Mid pipe, Armytrix designed an extra muffler on mid pipe to eliminate resonance for comfortable driving condition.

Valvetronic Mufflers

Valvetronic system with three wireless remote control functions, OFF mode for stock exhaust sounds makes car quite and comfortable to drive; On mode for Racing exhaust sounds and power increase.

In auto mode, the valves will automatically close to maintain backpressure at low rpm, when you are driving in high speed, the valves will automatically open for maximum air flow, which add more horse power to your car. You can set whatever timing your want for valves to automatically open and close by rpm or how deep you press your gas pedal, it’s a new toy making your car more fun to drive.
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