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Old 12-11-2004, 02:17   #1 (permalink)
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exhaust + extractors, what to get?

well i'm looking into extractors and an exhaust for the wagon
i want recomendations, prices, best combination etc

i'm thinking of a 2.5" or 3" exhaust the whole way with what ever combination of mufflers etc
and some sort of extractors

i want something thats cheap but still gives out the best bang for buck
i dont really know how much i have to spend as i have too much happening to the wagon atm, i just want recomendations for best power, prices etc... and i'll go from there i guess
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Old 12-11-2004, 02:29   #2 (permalink)
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Re: exhaust + extractors, what to get?

ffs man, this has been covered a thousand times... do a search as it will be much more productive.

Also i've noticed a lot of the JMM V the others arguments arise from exhaust/Extracter threads. Not good.

that aside, try find a second hand set of Lukey or Pacemakers and just get a 2.5 inch zorst, no need for 3 inch. That will be your cheapest option tommi..

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Re: exhaust + extractors, what to get?

going 3" will loose you / not gain you any power unless youre going boosted
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Re: exhaust + extractors, what to get?

Yeah as already said, 3" will be loud and loose you power down low. I would go for a set of pacemakers and a redback or lukey 2 1/2" system. The redbacks seem to get a good feedback and are fairly cheap.
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Re: exhaust + extractors, what to get?

Damian is right, this topic has been covered 1000's of times before. Do a search in the I6 forum and you will find a wealth of info on this topic.
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Old 12-11-2004, 04:23   #6 (permalink)
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Re: exhaust + extractors, what to get?

ahh ok, i'll do a search
i'll see if ben will sell his exhaust 1st then see if there is no use for 3"
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i had a 2.5" redback system on my EA wagon, sounded nice.

cant give you before or after results though cos the exhaust was on when i got it
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Re: exhaust + extractors, what to get?

we have a set of lukey headers hi flow 2 1/2 inch cat and 2 1/2 sports system with single lukey staigt through muffler au xr8 tip on our au 2 s pac .sounds just as good if not better then a V8. she has the goods too (according to a G-tech) she pulls a 60mph in 7.2 sec's and did the quarter in 15.5 at 93 mph with two of us in the car and 3/4 tank of juice. it costs up about $895 fitted. catchya jake
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