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Author:  mx3boyze [ September 13 2008, 11:13 PM ]
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The goal is 300whp on a boosted DE/ZE (for now) but I need exhaust and some extra parts and Itll be on the road.

Author:  Flyer [ September 14 2008, 11:34 PM ]
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I just want to konw the total cost to chip to Canada, including duties and taxes...

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 14 2008, 11:52 PM ]
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Flyer wrote:
I just want to konw the total cost to chip to Canada, including duties and taxes...

i need to know the exact address to get an exact quote - i did a quote for someone else and if i did it right through the UPS website - it was $60 shipping - i will call UPS tomorrow and see what all is involved in shipping to canada and other countries. but if you want quotes i need addresses or postal codes at the very least.

FYI - i just finished the piping for a 2.5 kit - all it needs is the muffler and cat. so first come first serve on this kit - remember i need a deposit of 30% for all orders...also there is a site update - i just picked up a supplier for wheels and other performance parts - so i will be posting those on the site soon - i'll keep you posted.

thank you all for your interest and support.

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 15 2008, 12:16 AM ]
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mx3boyze wrote:
The goal is 300whp on a boosted DE/ZE (for now) but I need exhaust and some extra parts and Itll be on the road.


a 3" exhaust is more ideal for 500+ horsepower and larger engines with an output of 500+ hp. you will be fine with a 2.5 kit.

Author:  Flyer [ September 15 2008, 1:05 AM ]
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zzzoomx3 wrote:
Flyer wrote:
I just want to konw the total cost to chip to Canada, including duties and taxes...

i need to know the exact address to get an exact quote - i did a quote for someone else and if i did it right through the UPS website - it was $60 shipping - i will call UPS tomorrow and see what all is involved in shipping to canada and other countries. but if you want quotes i need addresses or postal codes at the very least.

FYI - i just finished the piping for a 2.5 kit - all it needs is the muffler and cat. so first come first serve on this kit - remember i need a deposit of 30% for all orders...also there is a site update - i just picked up a supplier for wheels and other performance parts - so i will be posting those on the site soon - i'll keep you posted.

thank you all for your interest and support.

I smell a competitor for Corksport...this may get interesting soon...

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 15 2008, 11:25 PM ]
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trinity-motorsports.com - now has wheels!

i dont know where to keep posting these updates - so admins - please be gentle.. :)

Author:  tehbrookzorz [ September 15 2008, 11:36 PM ]
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*observes quietly*

Author:  Savin [ September 16 2008, 12:11 AM ]
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zzzoomx3, would it be possible for you to make a FULL exhaust in 1.5" for a '94 B6. By full I mean from the exhaust manifold back. I guess that just means slapping on a down pipe?
Evidentally Exhaust Masters sucks at making exhaust last more than 2 years. (muffler and resonator blew out.) They didn't even give the car a new cat, they left the old one and slapped on a new resonator.*idiots*

Anyway, back to the original thing: If you could make a full exhaust, roughly how much more would it be on top of the $225? Estimated time to make?
Whatever the answer may be, Thanks for your time!

Can't get car E-tested till exhaust leaks go bye-bye. :D

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 16 2008, 12:35 AM ]
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Savin wrote:
zzzoomx3, would it be possible for you to make a FULL exhaust in 1.5" for a '94 B6. By full I mean from the exhaust manifold back. I guess that just means slapping on a down pipe?
Evidentally Exhaust Masters sucks at making exhaust last more than 2 years. (muffler and resonator blew out.) They didn't even give the car a new cat, they left the old one and slapped on a new resonator.*idiots*

Anyway, back to the original thing: If you could make a full exhaust, roughly how much more would it be on top of the $225? Estimated time to make?
Whatever the answer may be, Thanks for your time!

Can't get car E-tested till exhaust leaks go bye-bye. :D



fim guessing thats a 6 cylinder? why 1.5?

Author:  Savin [ September 16 2008, 12:42 AM ]
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B6 as in 4 cyl. and 1.5" 'cause its cheap and I only need it for E-testing.

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 16 2008, 5:21 AM ]
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right on - you got it, i can make you a complete 1.5 kit with a header pipe for $250. it was late and i mistook your ford engine there for a mazda 6'er....ugh

Author:  Savin [ September 16 2008, 4:08 PM ]
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Just so I'm clear, the header pipe will bolt directly up to the manifold?
Sorry for the repeat, I just want to make sure.

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 16 2008, 4:25 PM ]
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yes - that is correct - turbo's have down-pipes. N/A cars just a header pipe that connects the manifold to the cat. the manifold are the pipes that come off the block, after-market manifolds are called headers - why, i dont know - but someone on this board argued with me about one time, so - I - just want to be clear as well...LOL

Author:  zzzoomx3 [ September 16 2008, 10:27 PM ]
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i now have a 2.5 kit ready for muffler and cat - this is a stock fitment kit, meaning it will fit just like the stock exhaust, not low like mine. here are some pics:

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Author:  tehbrookzorz [ September 17 2008, 12:40 AM ]
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So what kind of price jump would we see for this setup? TIG welded, mandrel bent, 2.5" stainless piping with a magnaflow 2.5" SS high flow cat to attach to V6 turbo downpipe with the end left open for my muffler (Flowmaser Deltaflow 40). The trick is, my muffler uses a center in, center out orientation. Think it's possible without being crunched by the rear suspension?

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