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Exhaust fitment

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Re: Exhaust fitment

Post  Matt Parker on 15/8/2011, 5:25 am

Two ways to fit it, the first is to fit an MGF(mk1) Cat or de-cat pipe so the exhaust can bolt straight on, then you just disconnect the secondary lambda sensor. The second way which would be best is to have the bend pipe of the new exhaust cut(wheres the seam join is on the centre of the straight) and the flange welded on so it can bolt straight to your cat.


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Post  cejsmith on 15/8/2011, 5:31 am

Matt

What would you do mate, play with this exhaust or sell it and get a TF one???

Also got any idea of the cost of sorting it out the second way?


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Post  Matt Parker on 15/8/2011, 5:39 am

If I liked the exhaust and got it for a good price then I would make it fit, as I always do, recently bought another ZR160 Janspeed 4-2-1 along with a matching sports-cat that I wil be fitting to my new Metro.

I would cut and weld it for you for £30 but wont be able to for atleast a month. At a garage it shouldn't be more than an hr's labour to do it.

btw, think you have to cut the openings in the bumper out more for that exhaust, measure the width of the pipes and the hole in the bumper.


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Post  Nick on 15/8/2011, 8:32 am

That a Milltek you've got there Col, excellent Smile


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Post  cejsmith on 15/8/2011, 6:56 pm

I was sold it as a Scorpion so I suppose it's not a bad deal anyway. Who has a miltek I cant rember?


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Post  Nick on 15/8/2011, 7:21 pm

Well MikeCVC has the same Milltek as youve got, apart from that I can't think of anyone else who has a bee in a biscuit tin exhaust? Laughing Wink
I'm sure Neil Willets will tell you you should've got a mk 7000 TT once you show it On .org though Rolling Eyes


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Post  cejsmith on 16/8/2011, 8:33 pm

I've jsut put a post up on .org to see if any one wants to to a deal on my exhaust for a TF one.

Any one here that might have a TF exhaust that looking for a F one????


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Post  cejsmith on 17/8/2011, 4:52 am

Intresting that Neil of TT fame thinks that my exhaust is quite rare and I dhould sell it, perhaps to buy a TT what do you think Wink


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Post  gotenks1321 on 17/8/2011, 4:59 am

Lee's got a quad Miltek too Headbanger Mine is the 3" single each side but they're a lot more common....should've bought a TT Rolling Eyes


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Post  cejsmith on 17/8/2011, 7:07 am

gotenks1321 wrote:Lee's got a quad Miltek too Headbanger Mine is the 3" single each side but they're a lot more common....should've bought a TT Rolling Eyes

True there is only one exhaust thats the TT it could almost have been made by Carlsberg Suspect


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Post  StevePem on 20/8/2011, 1:26 am

cejsmith wrote:Intresting that Neil of TT fame thinks that my exhaust is quite rare and I dhould sell it, perhaps to buy a TT what do you think Wink

Could sell you one for the right price if you are interested Laughing


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Post  cejsmith on 20/8/2011, 4:31 am



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Post  Matt Parker on 20/8/2011, 9:17 pm

I know, the ebay user name gave it away Laughing


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Post  cejsmith on 21/8/2011, 4:02 am

It's gone now!!!


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