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
1994 ED Ford Falcon Gli wagon, polynesian green, 4speed auto, dual fuel, spac cluster, 3.27ss diff,pioneer DEH3600 head unit, trip computer, ED fairmont grille, EF T-bar
Mods to come: 2.5'' lukey cat-back mandrel bent exhaust with 1 resonator and 1 straight thru muffler, EF cam, Clear indicatros all round, AU3 XR snorkel, 17" Keizzer rims, EDxr front,12"sub,sports wheel
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.
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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