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Wanted - Quiet Exhaust (yes you heard right)

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1 Wanted - Quiet Exhaust (yes you heard right) on 25th April 2016, 8:34 am

Cosmic73

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When you've finished wiping up the coffee that you just spurted over your screen, please could you let me know if you have one?
Mr R is my daily driver now, but is soooooooooooo loud it makes my ears bleed after 30mins!
Plus I'm not 17 anymore.

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Neil
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Stu

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Haha i think everyone these days wants a quiet exhaust.
Just swapped mine from a goose to a 5zigen and altho the 5zigen is loud. Its half the noise if a goose!
Scorpion did a quiet exhaust that is made in the form of the standard one. Look for one of those.


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johnny gtir

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[quote="Stu"]Haha i think everyone these days wants a quiet exhaust.
I know what you mean it is more a trend as the cars become more classic. But what I wanted to say is
NOT everyone noise normally means free flowing. Your both the same age so maybe it's a age thing. How about you both get matching grandads slippers and you can print a logo on with your printer Stu ner ner

Cosmic73

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You must be speaking from experience Johnny? Are these your ones?

johnny gtir

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I wish they were mate I can not afford a set spend all my money on the cars

PartyPete

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Would you like me to knock you up a side exit?

Cosmic73

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I was racking up my spend on my R so far and its more then £5,500!!!!
And there's still shit loads to do,  affraid  affraid

Cost of the R (spares repair) plus trailering £1,800
Block, crank, head machining £700
New pistons, pumps, bearings, gaskets etc £1,300
Welding and mot £500
Gearbox bearings, seal etc £400
New valve guides and fitting £150
New belts, filters etc £200,
Turbo rebuild £250
Engine, gearbox oil £100
Injector refurb £50
Shims £200

Cosmic73

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@PartyPete wrote:Would you like me to knock you up a side exit?

Is this fighting talk?
Shocked

Mr B

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Best bet with exhaust is get likes of powerflow to knock you up custom big backbox to exit on o/s rather than n/s for best flow or if don't want cut & plastic weld rear bumper it can u turn & run down side of box to exit as does normally.
Good thing going custom is should get perfect solution if you & fabricators are in tune ...
Is a thread about this somewhere, will see if can find it .

burrows1980

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I Swapped the goose for a Scorpion, so much nicer!! Although my old 3" HKS mild steel system was pretty sweet! still got the downpipe, only bit that didnt rot Laughing

Cosmic73

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Been driving round with the new backbox and what a difference, much quieter now.
Thing is, it masked the gearwhine and now thats all i can hear,
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