Is the Mopar exhaust (in the Spider accessories catalog)!comparable to the Record Monza exhaust. I ask because I saw a video that the Mopar exhaust was developed in Italy by Fiat.
I wonder if the Record Monza is available overseas by someone willing to ship to the U.S.Assuming you are in the USA, as far as I know, the performance exhaust in the Mopar catalog is the Record Monza. However, you can't have it! it appears that Mopar isn't selling it here, I have inquired twice over the last couple of months and Mopar customer service said (both times) the mopar performance exhaust is not available and they don't know when or if it will be available in the future. Last time I checked, Mopar removed the Record Monza from the online catalog.
Yet another ball dropped by FCA regarding the NA 124 Abarth... I suppose we shouldn't be surprised.
I want something with a manual controlled valve design... here we will call it cops vs performance mode lolll . Still waiting for Ragazzon to release their 124 Abarth version.Only the muffler costs about 1000€ (about 1400$ with tax) in EU without tax and the quality isn´t that good. Many customers have problems with rust and locking valves.
I have been looking, and I haven't found anyone yet.I wonder if the Record Monza is available overseas by someone willing to ship to the U.S.
Thanks Greg. Toby had recommended this, and mentioned that you were a fan of Remus. I'm really glad I got it, it sounds awesome, and it seems to have complimented the Phase 1 tune well.Shark, that sounds great. I am leaning towards the Remus system myself. I think it's the best of the current offerings.