Check the classifieds, there might be a system for sale that someone took off their car when they put on a stainless BORLA, MagnaFlow, etc. I had mine stored for 3 years and no one needed it so I tossed it.
Charlie Croker ,BRG 03 Cooper S, SCCA Solo, PDX, Time Trials, RoadRally, and Stella, 011 Oxford Grn Countryman S
I'm not allowed to post a link yet as I havn't posted mubh but the item number is 300752220408 It's about £20 including delivery and then £5 extra for each end to be sized.
Good luck if you decide to do it. I found out that my local Mr Tyre garage are an authorised powerflow retailer and do custom exhaust work. Had a quote for only £60 to do it so I'm going to get that done instead. If you have a Mr Tyre local to you I'm sure they will charge similar if not the same if you dont want to do it yourself.
I've ordered the pipe, 2.25 inch diameter. I spoke to Pipewerks and asked them to form the engine end inner diameter to 2.25 inch and the silencer end inner diameter to 2.5 inch. This should fit snug over the existing pipe.
Expecting delivery early next week and I will be fitting it next weekend. I will post some more pictures/details of how I did it and how good the fitment is once I've done.
hi how'd you get on with this. i ordered to fit over cat side and fit in silencer side. mines is fitted but i think i chopped slighlty too much off cat side and im getting a bit rattle as i drive. think it is secure enough, but dont know if exhaust is supported enough and thats whats causing the rattle. doing my head in a bit
Well I cocked up a bit as I didnt take into consideration the thickness of the pipe when measuring. So I basically ordered a bit of pipe which is exactly the same size as each section it was to sleeve over - SCHOOLBOY ERROR!
Anyway with the weather being rubbish and being busy with work I'm yet to do anything else. Half tempted to take it to an exhaust shop and just pay to get it sorted. Have you got a picture of yours fitted? Cant understand why it would rattle unless one of the mounts are knackered?
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