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2+2 Stainless exhaust

Discussion in 'Parts and Other Items for Sale' started by Russell, Feb 22, 2017.

  1. Russell

    Russell
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    Anyone interested in this? Taken from my 260z 2+2.

    Was specifically made for it and goes straight onto my aftermarket exhaust manifold so not sure if it would need work to fit a standard one.

    Doesn't look that pretty but doesn't leak and is stainless.

    Open to offers on it if interested, no use to me now and will be in the way. IMG_0361.JPG IMG_0362.JPG


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  2. Farmer42

    Farmer42
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    This time last year, I was desperate for something like this but ended up having one custom built.

    I am now in the hunt for the front end i.e. a 6-branch manifold but can't afford a new one at the moment. Not many of us around with 2+2s but any custom exhaust fabricator would be able do make one fit to a 2-seater I would have thought.

    Good luck with selling it - I'm sure it won't hang around for long.
     
  3. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Looks like it'll be a noisy one with no front silencer.

    Farmer - just sold 6x s/h headers mate !
     
  4. Russell

    Russell
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    It is pretty loud but sounds good. Not overly intrusive but its down to personal taste really
     
  5. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    .....and your neighbour's :D
     
  6. Russell

    Russell
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    It lives in my garage which is in an enclosed block of others so noise carries. It is only really loud if you rev it hard.

    Never had complaints from any of them, even when leaving at 5am on Sunday mornings to go to shows


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  7. Farmer42

    Farmer42
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    :banghead:

    Ah well! I'm not desperate for it so I will just have to wait for another to come along or save up and get a new one.
     
  8. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Paid-up club members here get 10% off my public prices.....and I'm always keen ;) to see another 2+2 wearing my system.
     
  9. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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  10. Farmer42

    Farmer42
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    I am not sure I would be able to get this to fit. The problem would be the join to the rest of the system. I have attached some pics of the current set up which joins a current header and downpipe to the new s/s centre section.

    Probably not able to afford one of your new ones at the moment even with 10% off.

    Thanks anyway.
     

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  11. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Downpipe looks alright - why change at all ?

    Cracked manifold ?
     
  12. Farmer42

    Farmer42
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    No, everything is fine condition-wise on the current setup.

    I am about to drop an L26 motor into the car (its currently a 2.0 Litre L20) and thought it would be better for performance to have a 6-branch manifold plus it looks better than the stock manifold in the engine bay especially if it is s/steel to match the rest of the system. Thought it would be better to do it at the time than mess about with it again later.

    I have no problem with making do with the current manifold on the new engine if I have to which is why I am not desperate for it and can wait.
     
  13. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Agreed that the best moment to change exhaust manifolds will be when you change engines...but :

    a) you fit fit the L26 in and all and with the old manifold and downpipe and then later pull it all out again to swap for a shiny 6-2 later

    b) an L20 will also benefit from a 6-2 manifold
     
  14. Peato40

    Peato40
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    Hi, is the exhaust still available?
     

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