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gttdi110
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PostSubject: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 07:12

I've bought a back box , but it doesn't have any brackets? Could I take them off the old standard one and weld em on to this for it to sit right?
I'm also looking for a cheap de-cat and center section , to try and get the best note and power out of the diesel lol!
Any one got any recomendations or places to get em from? (add cheap as poss, I'm skint :L ) thanks Geth
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 12:18

miltek downpipe, and personally id go for a full stainless decat system, including the backbox...
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 13:56

cheapnesss is,,, by a straight pipe and cut and weld Smile


and to fit your back box ull have to cut the zorst anyways as the things one piece but before you do any of that measure the thickness of your exhaust and tehn the diametre of the inlet for your backbox as u may need a reducer
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:01

yee did think of just putting a pipe there lol!
anyone got any experiences on increased smoke on a diesel after changing the exhaust? as at the moment its not that smokey , just wondered if it will be awful after? lol!
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:03

a decat will mke it a tiny bit more smokey not enough to bliind people,,,but its the remaps tht mke you black oit the sun haha Razz
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:09

thats sweet then, mine's not mapped, don't really want to seeing as its got millage to the moon and back! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:10

wats it on? i might beat it ha Wink
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:12

191,500ish Laughing , but still running perfectly fine Very Happy ( touch wood haha )
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:13

ahhh dw bout tht ,, on a tdi ure safe for loads more bud haha Razz all u need to mke sure is timming belts and oil,,,and ure fine,,

my cars petrol nd its on 152 Smile
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:16

yee checked that before buying , belt and pump were done bout 7,000 miles ago, so should be good for a while Cool ,
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Wed May 18 2011, 22:17

ye ure fine then :p
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Thu May 19 2011, 17:36

my bora has miltek downpipe, no cat, stainless powerflow exhaust with one box, and remapped. i don't notice that much smoke. when under way it does'nt sound like a derv.
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Thu May 19 2011, 19:56

Not much smoke? Haha nice one Popeye Wink
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Sat May 21 2011, 10:15

If u wna a rough price dads jus bought a full miltek sgstem downpipe to twin back box 660 without fitting
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Sat May 21 2011, 22:02

660 :O, a bit more than I was looking at :L , but if I could afford I would aswell Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Sat May 21 2011, 22:13

If im honest id keep it hidden and do a downpipe and decat... that will then set you up perfect for a map... You may get a bit more smoke... (well a fair bit more) but itll be worth it...
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Sat May 21 2011, 22:43

my opinion milteck aint wrth the money,,, they are way too expensive,,,,

my opinion,, if u know sumone who can weld make ure own system,, mines home made does the treat,,unique notes haha


but buy a downpipe,, dont bother miltek,,milteks just a tag ,,, a 3 inch stainless ownpipe is a 3 inch stainless downpipe

sorry bout the rant but people paying through their arse fr a name,,,,, wled the fuking logo onto teh exhaust if u wanna bot haha
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Sat May 21 2011, 22:57

I want a bot of exhaust tip showing lol! Smile , and not keen on the re map as due to my high milage I don't want to break anything :L
Probably will end up going home made :L , does the note get louder when you take silencers out on diesels like a petrol? First diesel as you can tell Embarassed , thanks
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PostSubject: Re: exhaust fitment   Sun May 22 2011, 00:00

diesels aare different in tune,, diesels wont give u a high noise,, but gives very torqy sound (cant describe but its cool Razz )


umm ye get a rear valance (dont cut cumper ,,i did this on my mk4 nd well, was a mess lol )


and high millage means nothing m8 Smile,,,, bmw (during the turbo era) wd use bmw blocks thts done at least 160k , because all the imperfections and weaknes in the cast casing wd of gone by tehn, so now they know the blocks faking solid Smile
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