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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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Evotech vs competition werks tail tidy

Hey guys

Looking at getting one of these for my street triple r.

Any tips advice is appreciated!!

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-09-2012, 04:10 AM
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I've got an evotech and it was pretty easy to install. Everything neat and tidy!

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Don't have either but I've heard that the Comp Werkes is pretty cheap and shoddy (unlike their exhaust). Heard much better things about the EvoTech.
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Be aware there are two Evotechs:
http://evotech-usa.com
http://www.evotech-performance.com

The second, British one seems to have the better quality.

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I bought the Comp Werks version. It required some alterations to make it fit and work properly. I would go with the EP if I could do it again.
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Of those two, I would go w/the EvoTech.
D3 Components are nice too - http://www.tripletek.eu/

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Hey OP, I have a new-in-box Evotech(UK) that I'll cut you a deal on. PM me
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Thanks for your help guys. Just ordered the one from uk. Will let you know when I install and how easy it was!!


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Thanks for your help guys. Just ordered the one from uk. Will let you know when I install and how easy it was!!


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Uhhh...you felt like paying more money than the one I would have sold you...okaaaaay
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Don't have either but I've heard that the Comp Werkes is pretty cheap and shoddy (unlike their exhaust). Heard much better things about the EvoTech.
I know I'm coming in a little late on this thread, but I have the Comp Werkes...

No complaints here. It seemed really sturdy and was a breeze to install. Looks good too.


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