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Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 20 Nov 2016, 22:46 ]
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was quoted 600 dollares for 3 inch exhaust with 3 inch dumb pipe .
im not sure if the price is good or not.
i have 2.5 inch or close to it atm ,i love the sound it makes.
im thinking is it really worth getting 3 inch exhaust?
looking around ebay i saw muffler tip silencer.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Burn-Tip-Sta ... SwLpdW810A
has anyone ever used this does it work?
will it make car quieter ?

Author:  4cylturb [ 21 Nov 2016, 20:50 ]
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$600 is good for mild steel, an absolute bargain for stainless. I paid $800 for mild steel not including dump pipe. That was 3" but press bent so more like 2.5-2.75". I wouldn't bother with that exhaust tip. If you want it quieter just get a resonator or two flanged in.

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 21 Nov 2016, 22:40 ]
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i agree i think resonator is what it needs.
going to get it done tomorrow after work.
it only cost 120 dollars,hopefully i'll get it registed tomorrow .

Author:  TheChosen1 [ 25 Nov 2016, 11:12 ]
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A custom 2.5 inch- 3 inch dump pipe will cost approx $250-$350. So the other odd 350 bux for a 3 inch mandrel bend exhaust is not to bad.


Just remember, the standard exhaust size is 2 1/4 inch, going to 2.5 inch is barely nothing. Going 3 inch for a 2 litre with mods is the ideal setup. I highly suggest you get a custom dump pipe made, as you will get extra power. If you decide to start 100% from turbo back, i can assist you. You can start with the flange plate:
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Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 25 Nov 2016, 18:43 ]
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update:

got resonator supply & fitted 120 dollars .
Blacktown city exhaust there pretty good there.
GOT ME PLATES HURRAY HURRAY HURRAY
finally :D
here is pick my plates still wrapped in plastic.
the other pic can someone notice whats missing?

TheChosen1 im going to keep me 2.5 inch for now .
later when im in need for more speed i will let you known .

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Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 25 Nov 2016, 18:50 ]
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Number plate reads !
Cordia King king king
eat your heart out Roger :lol:

Author:  Bitza [ 25 Nov 2016, 19:03 ]
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I thought the mitsubishi diamond on the left of the mitsubishi badge was missing........my bad?

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 25 Nov 2016, 21:39 ]
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yep ;)
you wouldn't have one?

Author:  Bitza [ 25 Nov 2016, 23:02 ]
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Grab one off of any TM - TP magna........they are a little larger than the original.

Author:  4cylturb [ 25 Nov 2016, 23:53 ]
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How does it sound with the resonator?

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 26 Nov 2016, 06:40 ]
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honest i can't hear any difference but the machine he used said is ok

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 09 Dec 2016, 22:37 ]
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update:
so far its been good drive it every day to work no problems till now.
well 1 problem is fixed the gear shifter.
problem 2 now is my battery light it stays on once i start the car.
it only goes off when i rev it a bit.
yesterday going to work for some reason engine stopped , i was half way to work.
managed to turn key and it started back up to find idle @ almost hitting zero .
had to hold hand break and keep revs @ 1k or it would die out.
after work or going home started car and was fine back to normal.
i have no idea why it caused me dramas in morning.
about the bat light staying on ,so i been busy looking for a alternator.
i assumed is alternator problem so i replaced it to find it does the same thing :(

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 09 Dec 2016, 22:45 ]
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so once i got home i connected Andrews ecu probe it was flashing 3 flashes.
means something wrong with Air Flow Sensor.
does anyone have one?

Author:  Bitza [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:03 ]
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There might be some crap on the sensor and receiver, I have cleaned these in the past with contact cleaner, just be sure to go carefully and let completely dry.

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:08 ]
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i had it cleaned before also had air filter replaced.
will check make sure its ok now ,will take pics of it

Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:35 ]
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ok as you can see is very clean.
took pic in every angle

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Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:36 ]
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Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:39 ]
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Author:  fernandothecarguy [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:50 ]
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i used wax & grease remover at the time to clean it.
had to remove sensor in order to clean the bottom .
it had a lot of dirt ,placed sensor back never dropped or damage wires.
very strange 1 minute car runs good next Air Flow Sensor playing up.

Author:  Bitza [ 10 Dec 2016, 09:51 ]
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Is the rubber seal on the "gold" part in good condition?

If this can bypass less air will flow through the meter.

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