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26 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 7:47 am

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Lads n lasses if any can someone please tell me why ( now I bought a bogdan one as I have buying parts problem but it's good quality) fitted one of the Blackpool ones to jacks car not pritty but dose the job) but  my own car I will show you. We are paying £100 plus for elbows a full custom system can be had for £500 now yes that's a lot but is it when you get full 3" elbow plus system inc 1 or 2 boxes. I will picture me elbow the full system makes massive difference over a goose and dose not have to be loud. Just my thought I know there is time in a elbow but like said 100 plus

27 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 7:51 am

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Can I recomend v clamp from elbow to down pipe makes it so so easy to remove exhaust. Or turbo and elbow as one highly recommend. 

Sure some people think I a pulsar snob ( not true I fooking graft hard and leave myself with nothing or skip bates cause I love my cars)  I know 100 and 500 pound is massive difference but my point is a tiny elbow 100 plus and full 3inch system with boxes plus elbow £500  it's worth saving abit longer is my opinion.

28 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 8:27 am

luke s


But as I see it 150 for a elbow that will improve the drivability and make performance better, or 500 for a system that I doubt I need as a 3 inch system will not make any benefit? If I was going for 400bhp then it possibly might be better to get the whole lot for £500 and at the moment my refresh is £1600 so for the extra 350 takes me near £2000

29 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 6:53 pm

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What power and turbo you running ? Any turbo car that can breath better and exit the gases quicker. Full system will make car spool faster and Rev more freely right through rev range is my opinion

30 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 6:59 pm

luke s


In the end 350-400, I'm running a standard turbo with 360 bearings the turbo has been running 1.35bar ok so would like to go back to that then next winter fit a 2871r turbo with bigger injectors and a nistune ecu

31 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 7:04 pm

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Good stuff the elbow you buy would sell on or incorporate into your new system in the future. Just when you change system it really changes the car one of the best mods I did. Just trying to pass on my experiances and the fact I payed out twice in some areas

32 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 27th September 2015, 7:10 pm

luke s


That's great cheers Johnny

33 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 28th September 2015, 7:22 am

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You can get the 200sx ones and cut then reweld the flange to match our down pipe although not as well designed as the bogdan ones which I also have.

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34 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 9th March 2016, 12:23 pm

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Just incase anyone is interested Bogdan has 2 elbows up for sale on the other forum, a certain person hasnt paid him!  Ive been on the list since sometime last year and there finally ready for shipping Very Happy

Its been so long I forgot Id even put my name down Laughing will be interesting to see the results!

Gaz

Edit: £140 delivered

35 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 9th March 2016, 1:39 pm

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Haha and look whos knocked him for his money Laughing
the guy who started the thread and one of the 3 biggest fookin robbers in gtir scene today
That's made my day

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36 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 9th March 2016, 5:24 pm

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But dave is such a nice guy, never rips anyone off lol

37 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 9th March 2016, 11:31 pm

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38 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 10th March 2016, 12:15 am

mc_hawkings24


Aww thanks bob hehe i try to do my bit

39 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 12th March 2016, 7:54 am

luke s


Is that a dig at me????
Yes I did want one but my situation has changed if you would like to know why by all means message me and I'll explain.

40 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 12th March 2016, 7:59 am

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I guess not by the way it says 2 luke look who ordered 2

41 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 12th March 2016, 8:43 am

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Ok as I did start this Thread and thought that was a dig at me for what I don't know as explained why I'm not having one and that's fine with Bogdan

42 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 12th March 2016, 1:02 pm

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@mc_hawkings24 wrote:But dave is such a nice guy, never rips anyone off lol

That pretty much sums it up...

43 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 12th March 2016, 1:10 pm

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@luke s wrote:Ok as I did start this Thread and thought that was a dig at me for what I don't know as explained why I'm not having one and that's fine with Bogdan
not the thread starter here the thread on the other site

44 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 23rd March 2016, 9:25 pm

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Bogdan is now on about making 3" elbow downpipes, cool!

Took delivery of his 3" elbow on Monday, mad seeing how much bigger it is to standard, understand how restrictive the standard one is!

45 Re: 3inch turbo elbow on 24th March 2016, 1:14 am

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His work is very good. So are his elbows . But for something so big why would you not use any of the exhaust builders in the UK ?

His elbows are stock position good materials and a good price but that is the skill at its size min cuts/welds and the fact he has spent the time to produce these is great.
Same would apply for a Gtir manifold would be well worth getting his . But the shear size of a down pipe is easy for even the most basic of exhaust places in the UK. You either use his elbow in conjunction or a non stock position one onto downpipe and far better then get rest of the system 3". Most UK exhaust places will do full system for £450-550. I think it's fact his elbows are one of the best around for stock position and its a proven restrictive area they sell so well

In no way is this a bad word against him in any way his work is as mentioned very high standard but I think a manifold would be better option for him to put his time into over a down pipe

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