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Old 03-08-2003, 17:11   #1 (permalink)
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shop around!

just out looking at exhaust shops today, cheapest of the exhaust specialists was $340 for the 2 sections of the system with a muffler on each. that was $295 with my trade discount. i thought that was kinda ok till i went to marlows across the road where they have most systems on shelf.
marlows had the exact same system the exhaust place had for $105 for each segment!
that was for a 2.5inch mandrel system for ea-eds with 2 straight through lukey mufflers.
quite a saving id say! from $340 to $210 what a difference!

also got a price on extractors too, they were $240

whats the price of jmm extractors? just curious.
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Old 03-08-2003, 17:39   #2 (permalink)
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arounf the $500 mark
were the systems and headers stainless?
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the exhaust was alluminium coated mild steel the extractors were same
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pacemaker extractors are $260-$280 check the ad on ebay.
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certainly is worth shopping around!
had to replace some pressure sensor thing for my air conditioner on my AU, ford advised me that you could NOT buy it seperate and you would need to get all of the pipework with it - $400 approx! went to a wreckers, got the little sensor by itself - $5 happy days
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