I thought I'd let my fellow C32 owners know how I'm getting on with my exhaust conversion. I know earlier AMGs are supposed to be a bit Q-car and a bit of a gentleman's express but, having heard a C63 at full chat, I decided my car needed a bit of a voice. So back in February I took it to Olly at PCS and he removed the secondary cats and the front box, replacing them with some lovely stainless steel pipework. He'd done a fair few C43s before but I was the guinea pig when it came to converting a C32. The difference has been amazing. The car sounds nice and throaty when it is idling or cruising and becomes more hard edged the more you press the throttle. Foot to the floor, it sounds brutal! Every passenger that has been in the car since it was done has said how fantastic it sounds; even the wife loves it! To be fair, there is a little droning when holding a constant throttle under load but it's not particularly intrusive and the sound under acceleration more than makes up for it. The car is quite happy - no warning lights, no increase in fuel consumption - and actually feels faster. Whether this is down to the increased noise or whether the better escape route for those spent gasses makes a noticeable difference I wouldn't like to say - I wish I'd taken it to a rolling road before I had the conversion. I don't know how many of you have beaten a path to Olly's door but, if you're wondering whether to take the plunge and get it done I would say do it. You won't regret it.