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Old 07-15-2004, 01:05   #1 (permalink)
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Motorvator Extractors

Just wondering if anyone knows anything about these as i have them on my car since i got it. And does anyone know where abouts i could get some?
I got to go i'll come up with more q's later if anyone can help.

P.s. I'm new... did a search couldn't find anything on them for an I6 4.0.
Any info will be useful.
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Old 07-15-2004, 05:56   #2 (permalink)
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welcome to the forums.
i have motorvator extractors and so does a mate with an EA. He got his 2nd hand though, out of the paper.
Like you, mine were on there when i got it.
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Old 07-15-2004, 21:57   #3 (permalink)
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I run the motivators as well (EA 6). I picked the up off a mate s/h... dont know where he bought them.
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haha
does anyone own these from neW?
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Old 07-16-2004, 00:09   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks. But im with EED-250, did anyone buy these new or are these an alien reduction thing? Has anyone had a different set of extractors to compare them too and how did they compare?
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haha i had motivator extractors on my old EF, and again they were on the car when i got it...
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gees, we're pretty useless, aren't we?!

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Re: Motorvator Extractors

geez do i have to do all the work around here: Lol

Dont quote me on this yet, wait until i get back to work next week, but i believe that motivator was bought out by Walker australia and they now sell under the brand of Lukey Headers

they used to be a great high quality set of extractors, but the quality is nowhere near the standard it used to be since the takeover. There is a product which is similar in design called advance headers manufactured in sa and are of high quality still

Like i said dont quote me until next week, but if i remember that is what happened

can i ask why the interest in motivator, do you need some new extractors
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The reason i ask is because i have them in my car and every that has seem them said that they havent seen anythin like them before. Being the only set of extractors i've had on a car i just want to know how they compare to others on the market and if they really are that different? When i changed the flange gasket i found out that the rest of the exhaust system is most likely just as old.
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Yeah i know those extractors, they aren't as good as genie or pacemaker and cost about $100 less. They are not mendral bent and the pipes joins are different.

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