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post Sep 21, 2008 - 2:13 PM
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Maybe next week the defective header i get from ebay, is repair...!

I will put straight exhaust Stainless pipe Size 2" with OBX SP2 - No Cat and no ressonator!
Lets see how this gone end...
post Sep 22, 2008 - 9:29 PM
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QUOTE (elastikman @ Sep 21, 2008 - 2:13 PM) *
Maybe next week the defective header i get from ebay, is repair...!

I will put straight exhaust Stainless pipe Size 2" with OBX SP2 - No Cat and no ressonator!
Lets see how this gone end...

It's gonna sound like s**t, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but no cat and ESPECIALLY no resonator will sound like ****! At least put on 1 resonator, even though I'd put on 2.

-Matt

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post Sep 22, 2008 - 9:44 PM
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hey matt what was the name of the exhaust shop that did your supra?
post Sep 22, 2008 - 10:27 PM
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QUOTE (97celiman @ Sep 22, 2008 - 9:44 PM) *
hey matt what was the name of the exhaust shop that did your supra?

It's called Big John's Muffler shop. Here is the yellow page info for it:

http://yellowpages.ardmoreite.com/Big+John...59328.home.html
post Sep 23, 2008 - 6:05 AM
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QUOTE (presure2 @ Sep 2, 2008 - 6:04 PM) *
2.5" stainless mandrel bent, with custom turbo exhaust housing flange by randy (97lestyousay) and some super sweet vibrant v-band clamps. with those vbands, you get perfect alignment of the exhaust because the flanges have a male and female side to align them, and you also do not have to totally take them apart because of the cool snap together v-band that holds them together. ill get a couple pics of one that was left over later.

Hey Manny, put up those pics of the v-band


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post Sep 23, 2008 - 6:53 PM
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QUOTE (GotToyota @ Sep 22, 2008 - 10:29 PM) *
QUOTE (elastikman @ Sep 21, 2008 - 2:13 PM) *
Maybe next week the defective header i get from ebay, is repair...!

I will put straight exhaust Stainless pipe Size 2" with OBX SP2 - No Cat and no ressonator!
Lets see how this gone end...

It's gonna sound like s**t, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but no cat and ESPECIALLY no resonator will sound like ****! At least put on 1 resonator, even though I'd put on 2.

-Matt


No problem...smile.gif thanks for you advise..
Yeah i like to put some resonator but is a little expensive here in my country.
Whats kind of resonator you advise??




post Sep 23, 2008 - 9:12 PM
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QUOTE (elastikman @ Sep 23, 2008 - 6:53 PM) *
QUOTE (GotToyota @ Sep 22, 2008 - 10:29 PM) *
QUOTE (elastikman @ Sep 21, 2008 - 2:13 PM) *
Maybe next week the defective header i get from ebay, is repair...!

I will put straight exhaust Stainless pipe Size 2" with OBX SP2 - No Cat and no ressonator!
Lets see how this gone end...

It's gonna sound like s**t, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but no cat and ESPECIALLY no resonator will sound like ****! At least put on 1 resonator, even though I'd put on 2.

-Matt


No problem...smile.gif thanks for you advise..
Yeah i like to put some resonator but is a little expensive here in my country.
Whats kind of resonator you advise??

To be honest, I don't know of the types, I just told my local exhaust shop that I wanted a resonator, and they put one on.

-Matt
post Sep 25, 2008 - 12:52 PM
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I did all of mine with magnaflow, muffer cat and res.

its 2.5 form the header going into a 2.25 all the way back

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post Sep 25, 2008 - 1:26 PM
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Sounds nice, any pictures?
post Sep 25, 2008 - 1:34 PM
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Ummm some where...lol...ill look around for them

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post Sep 26, 2008 - 4:43 PM
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QUOTE (hurley97 @ Sep 23, 2008 - 7:05 AM) *
QUOTE (presure2 @ Sep 2, 2008 - 6:04 PM) *
2.5" stainless mandrel bent, with custom turbo exhaust housing flange by randy (97lestyousay) and some super sweet vibrant v-band clamps. with those vbands, you get perfect alignment of the exhaust because the flanges have a male and female side to align them, and you also do not have to totally take them apart because of the cool snap together v-band that holds them together. ill get a couple pics of one that was left over later.

Hey Manny, put up those pics of the v-band

ahh yea, i almost forgot..lol

here they are.
first the v-band and flanges together:

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this 2nd one shows how the clamp part of the setup works. just loosen the lockbolt enough to slip the collar over the T part of the bolt, and the joint is ready to slip apart.

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this pic shows the "female" (on the left) and "male" (on the right) sides of the 2 flanges. when you tighten the v-band, you get perfect alignment of the joint with this setup because of the nature if the design. good stuff IMO.

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and lastly, the side of the flange that attaches to the pipe.
you can see in this pic how it has a "female" recess, for the 2.5" pipe to fit into a 1/16" or so, which makes for a nice tight fit for welding.

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and a repost of the clamps in action on steff's (hurley97) custom downpipe/b-pipe i made here using them.



the PT # shown in the 1st pic is for 2.5" clamps.


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post Sep 26, 2008 - 4:52 PM
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Did you get a good price on the Vibrant stuff? I carry it if you want to check prices with me sometime.

What's the deal with the two 02 sensors in hurley's downpipe?

-Doc


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post Sep 26, 2008 - 5:30 PM
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the 7afe has 2 stock O2 sensors

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QUOTE (Dr_Tweak @ Sep 26, 2008 - 5:52 PM) *
Did you get a good price on the Vibrant stuff? I carry it if you want to check prices with me sometime.

What's the deal with the two 02 sensors in hurley's downpipe?

-Doc

she bought everything herself for her setup, im not sure what she paid to be honest...i know a 3"vband like that at the local speed shop is VERY expensive..like close to 80$.

PM me a price on the 3" vibrant vbands, ill be using a few of those in the hopfully near future on my own exhaust! wink.gif

the 2 sensors are:
1 for the OEM pre cat sensor.
1 wideband / postcat sensor for stock ecu
she also has one farther down the exhaust path, after where the cat would go under the car.
im not sure if its an st, or 96+ thing, its the 1st and only 7afte ive worked on, to be honest...lol wink.gif


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post Sep 26, 2008 - 5:56 PM
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QUOTE (presure2 @ Sep 26, 2008 - 11:30 PM) *
QUOTE (Dr_Tweak @ Sep 26, 2008 - 5:52 PM) *
Did you get a good price on the Vibrant stuff? I carry it if you want to check prices with me sometime.

What's the deal with the two 02 sensors in hurley's downpipe?

-Doc

she bought everything herself for her setup, im not sure what she paid to be honest...i know a 3"vband like that at the local speed shop is VERY expensive..like close to 80$.

PM me a price on the 3" vibrant vbands, ill be using a few of those in the hopfully near future on my own exhaust! wink.gif

the 2 sensors are:
1 for the OEM pre cat sensor.
1 wideband / postcat sensor for stock ecu
she also has one farther down the exhaust path, after where the cat would go under the car.
im not sure if its an st, or 96+ thing, its the 1st and only 7afte ive worked on, to be honest...lol wink.gif


Oh a wideband, that would be it.

Yeah V-bands are VERY expensive. The 3" complete set (clamp and two flanges) are $88.95 each from Vibrant, and they don't discount their stuff very much. I can get them for around $74 and probably work in some free shipping with a good order.

-Doc

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post Sep 26, 2008 - 6:06 PM
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my dad said he would make me a sports exhaust for my car (hes made lots for his race bikes and such) so if he can weld all the piping and stuff what parts would I need to buy? i've also heard that I could use 3s-ge headers on my 5S-FE is this correct?

also because my car is a daily driver and I cant really take it off the road does anyone have "plans" or something like that of the exhaust for our cars? if it matters mine is a ST204

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QUOTE (elastikman @ Sep 21, 2008 - 3:13 PM) *
Maybe next week the defective header i get from ebay, is repair...!

I will put straight exhaust Stainless pipe Size 2" with OBX SP2 - No Cat and no ressonator!
Lets see how this gone end...



DONE!!!!!!! biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
I pick up the car today from car shop!
The defective ebay header was pain in ass to fix.. rolleyes.gif

Eheheh I recomend Headers and straigth pipe for everyone!!
The car response now is TOP!!

The sound is very loud when you hit the pedal
YEAHH I NEED to PUT ressonator very soon! I almost sure i got the loudest car in all town!!

I will put some video and pictures very soon!!

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QUOTE (mitchy @ Sep 27, 2008 - 12:06 AM) *
my dad said he would make me a sports exhaust for my car (hes made lots for his race bikes and such) so if he can weld all the piping and stuff what parts would I need to buy? i've also heard that I could use 3s-ge headers on my 5S-FE is this correct?

also because my car is a daily driver and I cant really take it off the road does anyone have "plans" or something like that of the exhaust for our cars? if it matters mine is a ST204


You would just need the piping, flanges, hangers, resonator (if used), muffler (if used), and cat (if used). And a flexpipe.

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post Sep 27, 2008 - 7:18 AM
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QUOTE (Dr_Tweak @ Sep 26, 2008 - 6:56 PM) *
QUOTE (presure2 @ Sep 26, 2008 - 11:30 PM) *
QUOTE (Dr_Tweak @ Sep 26, 2008 - 5:52 PM) *
Did you get a good price on the Vibrant stuff? I carry it if you want to check prices with me sometime.

What's the deal with the two 02 sensors in hurley's downpipe?

-Doc

she bought everything herself for her setup, im not sure what she paid to be honest...i know a 3"vband like that at the local speed shop is VERY expensive..like close to 80$.

PM me a price on the 3" vibrant vbands, ill be using a few of those in the hopfully near future on my own exhaust! wink.gif

the 2 sensors are:
1 for the OEM pre cat sensor.
1 wideband / postcat sensor for stock ecu
she also has one farther down the exhaust path, after where the cat would go under the car.
im not sure if its an st, or 96+ thing, its the 1st and only 7afte ive worked on, to be honest...lol wink.gif


Oh a wideband, that would be it.

Yeah V-bands are VERY expensive. The 3" complete set (clamp and two flanges) are $88.95 each from Vibrant, and they don't discount their stuff very much. I can get them for around $74 and probably work in some free shipping with a good order.

-Doc


yea, the vbands definetly are cost prohibitive for most of the guys, but i really like them, and if you can afford them are the way to go IMO.
thats a good price for them, ill shoot ya a PM when the time comes that i need them.


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post Sep 27, 2008 - 10:59 AM
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Here is, like promise!

4-2-1 Header with DEI wrap.





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i will put soon some videos...

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