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Old 02-17-2003, 00:32   #1 (permalink)
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Extractors for Brock Falcon

I have a Brock Falcon that has cracked Extractors is there any were I can get new or replacement ones
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Sorry mate I can't hekp you with that, but maybe soem can. I've never seen a Brook Falcon. Whats it like? Got any pics?

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Any good exhaust place will weld them,if to badly stuffed just buy new ones,as they are factory fitted they are proberly cheap and nasty so are good quality new set would be the way to go
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The only problem with the Brock Extractors is their not off the shelf I have rung every were. You have the 2 banks of 3 pipes that go into 2 then straight after that is where the rest of the exhast bolts on and that then go's to a single system. But in between the exhast and the extractors is 2 catalac convertors 1 on each pipe and no one knows why but I want to try and keep it original.
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Pic's to come soon of car and exhast
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The only problem with the Brock Extractors is their not off the shelf I have rung every were. You have the 2 banks of 3 pipes that go into 2 then straight after that is where the rest of the exhast bolts on and that then go's to a single system. But in between the exhast and the extractors is 2 catalac convertors 1 on each pipe and no one knows why but I want to try and keep it original.
Two cats on separate pipes would have to flow better than a single cat. I can understand your desire to keep it original as their weren't many made. You may have to go to a bit more expense and get something custom made. Good luck.
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Have you tried TBS (The Brock Shop),i know it may be a long shot and they will probably tell u to go stick your Ford but you may get lucky...
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Havnt tried The Brock Shop yet but will do thanks. If not I may have to find a good exhast center and see if they can manufacture some thing my cost a bit more but want the car original.
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