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Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

Postby lurendrin on Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:50 pm

Hey guys

Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

From everyones experience, which would you recommend , given the following criteria:

1. Cost
2. Performance
3. Service / Quality

I want to install a full exhaust system on my 1.4 playa and would like to make an informed decision. I know alot of people say that it depends on the person, car etc...i just want to get a general feel for what everyone thinks please.
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Re: Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

Postby GT'79 on Mon Oct 04, 2010 2:21 pm

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Re: Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

Postby georgie on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:05 pm

I would vote for Profit. They did my exhaust on my VR6 recently - Great service, great job, charged R1000 less than Powerflow and Evolution for the same setup.

That said, powerflow and evolution are both very good, but they couldnt compete with Profit's pricing. Powerflow did a great job on my Sentra, but was almost R3000. Evolution also did a very good job on my buddy's Rux Rsi.

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Re: Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

Postby zainyboymk1 on Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:00 pm

i cant speak for the other 2 places but i'd personally go with Powerflow. Ive only ever dealt with them and have never ever had bad experiences. Did my 2 mk2 16v's by them branch and Powerflow systems and never had hiccups. After i got my 1.4i they did a downpipe and 50mm system for me and i'm still VERY happy. BTW, the downpipe was R900 and the zorst was R1300 for my 1.4i. :thumright:
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Re: Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

Postby Miro20xe on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:11 am

zainyboymk1 wrote:i cant speak for the other 2 places but i'd personally go with Powerflow. Ive only ever dealt with them and have never ever had bad experiences. Did my 2 mk2 16v's by them branch and Powerflow systems and never had hiccups. After i got my 1.4i they did a downpipe and 50mm system for me and i'm still VERY happy. BTW, the downpipe was R900 and the zorst was R1300 for my 1.4i. :thumright:

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Re: Powerflow vs Evolution vs Pro-fit

Postby Yakuza Racer on Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:35 am

PRO-FIT FTMFW!!!!!!!!!
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