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Old 12-15-2005, 22:32   #1 (permalink)
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Exhaust for GT

howdy, im in need for some advise on what aftermarket exhaust is best for the gt.. its a GT Mk2.. now ive seen a couple of systems some that use 2 mufflers some that use 3.. also i want to fit it so its got duel pipes at the rear like the new BF...
1.Now will just changing from the cats back be a good idea or a waste.
2.should i change the cats?
3.and are the stock extractors good enough

just need some advice on what ppl recommend

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also im in perth and if anyone can recommend a good place to get the work done
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Re: Exhaust for GT

I have a full Herrod Stainless system on my Mk2 GT with ceramic coated headers, highflow cats and quad exit at the rear. It looks and sounds fantastic, very deep but with no droning at all and goes pretty hard . It is damn expensive however. In future I would like to replace the quad exit with the BF style exit as I prefer the look of it.

The headers make a big difference in both sound and performance IMO. The factory items are ok but very small and restrictive. Doing just a cats back will not give you a noticable power increase but it will sound much better. Watch for droning with many of the aftermarket systems available.

As for somewhere to go, Simon from Extreme Tuning (forum Sponsor) will be able to help you. I don't think he would fit a Herrod system but could recommend others that are just as good, if not better.
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Old 12-18-2005, 04:32   #3 (permalink)
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thanx mate might have to drop him a call :)
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Re: Exhaust for GT

For what it's worth, PRESTIGE in Malaga (2/59 Holder Way Malaga - 9209 1559) do a lot of work for guys with some very trick setups.
I haven't used them personally but intend to soon when I sort out my combo.

I've heard nothing but excellent reports.

Check out the link "Xa coupe exhaust done" (dummy can't psot the link) in the Classic Falcon section. That was done by Prestige.........very impressive, but I don't think they're the cheapest guys in town.

Get what you pay for I guess.

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Xa coupe exhaust done

very nice job done and for 3 grand thats not too bad

been to a couple of places soo far but like i said ppl have different opinions on what to do i just want to know whats been proven to be good before i spend some money
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