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 Post subject: Re: Hurricane Headers and Matching CAT
Posted: Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:25 am 
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Yeh ive noticed that

EF/EL seems to be more brittle and would crack alot easier

 

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 Post subject: Re: Hurricane Headers and Matching CAT
Posted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 5:52 pm 
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Well it seems to all happen at once. I suspected the rest of the exhaust system inc the small muffler in the tail pipe section was on its way out when i had it on the host the other day getting the CAT fitted. It was very poor. I thought to myself surely it will hang in their a little longer. :shock: No... you can notice it is leaking now just before the muffler box on the weld. Oh well. Might try a tail pipe section without a muffler this time. Hope it dont drone to much. But i expect it will.

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 Post subject: Re: Hurricane Headers and Matching CAT
Posted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 5:55 pm 
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DARTHVADER wrote:
Well it seems to all happen at once. I suspected the rest of the exhaust system inc the small muffler in the tail pipe section was on its way out when i had it on the host the other day getting the CAT fitted. It was very poor. I thought to myself surely it will hang in their a little longer. :shock: No... you can notice it is leaking now just before the muffler box on the weld. Oh well. Might try a tail pipe section without a muffler this time. Hope it dont drone to much. But i expect it will.

mitchy


I have a two and half in systme on my au with only one muffler box and I have no case of droning so i dare say you shouldn't either.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Hurricane Headers and Matching CAT
Posted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 7:40 pm 
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Froudey wrote:
DARTHVADER wrote:
Well it seems to all happen at once. I suspected the rest of the exhaust system inc the small muffler in the tail pipe section was on its way out when i had it on the host the other day getting the CAT fitted. It was very poor. I thought to myself surely it will hang in their a little longer. :shock: No... you can notice it is leaking now just before the muffler box on the weld. Oh well. Might try a tail pipe section without a muffler this time. Hope it dont drone to much. But i expect it will.

mitchy


I have a two and half in systme on my au with only one muffler box and I have no case of droning so i dare say you shouldn't either.


Gday Froudy, Is your AU a Slush-O-Matic like mine mate :D

 

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 Post subject: Re: Hurricane Headers and Matching CAT
Posted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 8:00 pm 
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DARTHVADER wrote:
Froudey wrote:
DARTHVADER wrote:
Well it seems to all happen at once. I suspected the rest of the exhaust system inc the small muffler in the tail pipe section was on its way out when i had it on the host the other day getting the CAT fitted. It was very poor. I thought to myself surely it will hang in their a little longer. :shock: No... you can notice it is leaking now just before the muffler box on the weld. Oh well. Might try a tail pipe section without a muffler this time. Hope it dont drone to much. But i expect it will.

mitchy


I have a two and half in systme on my au with only one muffler box and I have no case of droning so i dare say you shouldn't either.


Gday Froudy, Is your AU a Slush-O-Matic like mine mate :D


Manual.

 

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