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Old 28th August 2008, 17:08   #16
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Old 29th August 2008, 00:32   #17
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I guess it would work for engines with common rail technology, likes of Skoda, Palio MJD, Swift VDi.
Thanks. So u mean to say that there are sporty Exhaust available for Diesel engines.
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Hi All , it seems no one has touched this thread since 2008.
I would sincerely admit Nulon is an amazing product used in diesel car and also highly appreciated by my friends too.
I have used Nulon E25 both in petrol and diesel cars. In petrol car, engine sound is hard to detect , its that good and in diesel noise drops significantly.
Guys any other jugaad technique if you are aware , please share.
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