Hi all... this was posted in the exhaust forum but got no response so thought i'd try it here..
I want to get a full exhaust system on my el xr6 (extractors + zorst). I was just wondering what you all thought would be the best way to go.. JMM, Herrod, pacemakers or some other generic brand.. Would a trip to say JMM be better than my local exhaust shop?
Thanks for ur info
1998 EL XR6 - Dark blue, JMM Dev 1 kit, Lowered, 17" CSA Avengers, Momo Steering Wheel, BMC Air Filter, Panasonic MP3/WMA Headunit, Pioneer 6x9s, 132rwkw
dunno ova there, but there is a performance shop in SA where i drove down to get my exhaust done, couldnt be happier, i have a GT-P and we gain'd more than 35rwkw from the exhaust, they used pacemaker extractors, into 2 High Flow cats, into 2 resonators, to the muffler, then through 2 resonators, the car bellows out when u gas it, but is quiet on the highway, you could incorperate this into the 6 cyl, by using pacemaker extractors, a High flow cat, resonator and muffler. Ours was all Stainless Steel...
the company is called D & T Performance Exhaust...
yeah, if you can go to an exhaust shop who will Guarantee at least 20rwkw then let me know, at the time no one would do it, it was bring it in and you'll notice a difference, with my response "Um no", with a set price and a definate 20rwkw, with the same diameter s/s tube couldn't resist... Plus i know this shop and there work is excellent. There has not been 1 person on here who could speak of or prove that kind of difference. Not even Herrod. So yeah, thats why we went to SA, plus it was a good holiday
225rwkw before and 259 after, but the dyno sheet was still set on the previous person who had a HSV, da bastards, so the next run once he changed the sheet was 257rwkw
But yeah, Dyno before and then after, on the same dyno, on the same day in the same shootout mode. Then 2 or 3 months after we were in canberra and won the dyno day with our club and the car pulled 257rwkw so its gotta be accurate!
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