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Hey guys, I wrote a pretty good review about this exhaust here... Eurocompulsion Phase 2 Power Package Review (Stelvio Ti Sport) w/ Race Mode

For sale is the Centerline / Eurocompulsion exhaust for the 2.0 Stelvio.. I decided to go back to stock since im considering trading my car in and have been getting my car appraised.. The exhaust is barely used and only 2 months old, so it is in excellent shape, sounds great, def adds power.. Installs easily with hand tools.

I paid 1250$ for the exhaust to my door, but will sell it at a discount for 799$ + shipping

Its also listed on Ebay for 899$ Shipped, since they offer a discounted rate.

Local pickup in S. Florida is also fine..

Just PM me :)

Heres a video of it:




From the Centerline Website: Stradale Exhaust Stelvio | Centerline International

"Our new Stradale exhaust system for the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Stelvio Ti is a 100% stainless steel cat-back exhaust system designed and built in the USA exclusively for Centerline by performance exhaust specialists Magnaflow.

The Stradale system was designed specifically for the Stelvio - and sounds great whether you are on your favorite back road, taking the kids to school, or touring across the country. While it is considerably louder than the stock exhaust, great care was taken to make sure the tone and overall volume were just right, and all unpleasant resonance (drone) was completely eliminated

From a performance standpoint, the large 3.0" diameter and smooth mandrel bends increase flow and allow the turbo to spool faster. The system features all stainless steel construction with a single high-flow Magnaflow resonator in the center section, leading to a compact Magnaflow rear muffler. The factory faux exhaust tips in the rear valance are retained with this system.
The complete exhaust installs in about 1 hour with ordinary hand tools."
 

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Bump for this exhaust..

I have the same system on my Stelvio and can voucher for it...
 

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That was a very nice write up. Saw the exhaust on EBay then came across your post here :) Any comments about the heat generated on the rear bumper cover? Found a post somewhere a person said the rear bumper got very hot and they contacted Centerline but I didn’t see any follow up on it so maybe a one off. Notice any issues with heat? Thanks!
 

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Sold** Also, I had No heat issues with it regarding the bumper whatsoever.. I can see it happening if you dont angle the muffler correctly, I think did add a couple of washers to either a bumper clip or hanger, but not sure.. eitherway, just adjust it well and it will be fine..
 
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