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aFe Releases Their New Mach Force XP Exhaust System for the 2011 VW Golf TDI with L4-2.0L - Web Exclusive

Jul 29, 2011

advanced FLOW engineering (aFe Power), an industry leader in performance intakes, filters, manifolds and exhaust systems is pleased to announce the release of their Mach Force XP Exhaust System for the 2011 VW Golf TDI with L4.2.0L part number 49-36402. 49-36402 is constructed out of huge, mandrel bent, 2.50” 409 stainless steel and utilizes welded-on, bayonet style hangers and band style clamps for a hassle free installation that won’t shift under high heat or vibration conditions. This system is a direct bolt-on 2.piece design and requires no cutting to install and is 5lbs. lighter than the factory exhaust system. To complete this system, a dual 3” polished 304 stainless steel tip provides an awesome look out the back of our Golf TDI.

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In recent testing, part number 49-46402 produced 5hp and 6lbs. x ft. torque.

Part Number 49-46402 retails for around $329.00 and is available in stores now

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