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Old 08-04-2004, 22:28   #1 (permalink)
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Will Extractors make alot of difference

I am thinking of buying new extractors for my Ef. I already have 2.5" exhaust.

Will it make alot of difference? Will it be noticable?

What sort of Price should I be looking at?

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Old 08-04-2004, 22:52   #2 (permalink)
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Jim Mock extractors are excellent..race series ones....
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So there will be a noticable difference? and do you know what sort of price?
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$700 for extractors and I did the xorst and extractors at same time..For me it felt heaps better,more alive than the bogged down feeling it used to have
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So there will be a noticable difference? and do you know what sort of price?

Def a good mod to start with. Some ppl say just go the cat back exhaust but I reckon the extractors are a must as well.

My last two falcons ED Fairmont + XR6 have benefited greatly from doing the exhaust. Better mileage and a performance.
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To actually answer your question I think I paid around a grand : extractors, high flow cat, exhaust and exhaust tip.
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extractors will definatly help yes. Combined with a good 2.5" system it will help power and ecconomy(if driven nicely).

As for price, a full system

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Yes, extractors will make a noticeable difference.
I prefer the JMM race series, but plenty of people here claim other brands also work.

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Old 08-05-2004, 01:28   #9 (permalink)
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Ive used other popular extractors on other cars before and I only got back into this scene here on this site now...why because the stuff I used back then was making my cars go slower..Take it from me Jim Mock is aok!!!
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I went with a set of pacemakers the PH4480's and was very happy gained 10 rwkw good gains right through the range on my AUII.

I would recommend them or the JMM Race series which also are getting good raves.

10rwkw was from stock to 2.4" exhaust with extractors so you may not get the same gain. Even so for the money you will notice the difference.
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