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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-15-03, 05:26 AM Thread Starter
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Smile 5.0ltr EB

I just got myself an 5.0ltr EB, with 100,000ks on the clock, everything was completely stock and i paid only 4grand. I love this car, its got stacks of grant, I got a question about exhaust systems, apart from the obvious aftermarket extractors, anybody got any ideas with exhaust setups?

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Congrats on the purchase and welcome to the forums.

Do you have any pics?

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since Ive bought it, Ive had it lowered, window tints and new mags
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Nice car, well worth the money.

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very nice, when i was looking for a EB 5.0litre in the tradingpost they were going from anywhere from 6k to 14k! you scored yourself a bargain mate.

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I'm running twin stainless steel 2.5" into a 3" (Over the rear axel)
with balance pipe. HiFlow Mufflers, I have yet to replace the extractors or the Cats, but this gained me around 8kw's. I got a SS induction kit put in the same time (from an EF) to give dyno run at 125rwkw at 34C.

It gives a nice exhaust tone (especially when you open her up), I'm very happy with this setup. The exhaust cost me around $800 a couple of years ago.

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An SS induction kit from an EF??
 
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I've got a set of pacemakers, and twin 2 and 1/4 inch all the way through, one muffler on each pipe....

one word to describe it....throaty! sounds awesome

twin is the way to go!
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An SS induction kit from an EF??
Sorry I meant a kit for a EF. They don't make one for any model under the EF.

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