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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-30-04, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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hey guys. i just got a 2.5 exaust on my wagon with only one muffler now. it is mandrel bent too what ever that means. now i would like it louder so would putting extractors on do this? also what are some good ones and are there any differences with them? how much will i pay for these? and will it make much difference with the noise? cheers
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Re: extractors

with my ute, i didnt hear much of a difference in exhaust note from the extractors until I fitted a resonator and muffler that looks about the right size for a Ford Ka.

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Re: extractors

Mandrel bent means the pipe keeps its perfect round shape. The standard bending machines end up squashing and crinkling the pipe. Mandrel bent is the way to go.........smoother flow and no turbulence created by abnormal kinks/bumps etc.

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