Nope, I'm Not Dead, Exhausted Though

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Nope, I'm Not Dead, Exhausted Though

Post by Logi on Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:41 am

Still alive, just. Wink
Just had the Sootyvan in for the MOT, passed obviously. But I need a backbox, since giving up the lockup and storing the van at the yard it's got a bit rusty underneath, the exhaust system being the worst. Coupled with the lack of use lately the silencers shagged.
Seems a huge variance on price. I see one for a 993 on EBay for 37 quid, what's the difference between it and a 1300 one, they look like the same thing?
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Re: Nope, I'm Not Dead, Exhausted Though

Post by Raggy on Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:22 pm

Contact Regis exhausts
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Re: Nope, I'm Not Dead, Exhausted Though

Post by sputnik on Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:46 pm

+1 for Regis. Just got a full system for my 1.3. Lightning quick delivery and arrived better wrapped than my kids’ Christmas presents!

Although I’ll take that all back if a £38 993 job turns out to be interchangeable with my £100 rear section! Laughing

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Re: Nope, I'm Not Dead, Exhausted Though

Post by Woodie on Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:45 am

The main differences Logi with the 993cc and the 1300 system is that the front pipe is totally different to the 1300 one and the bore of the pipe used throughout the system is smaller.
The mounting points for the silencer are in the same position but in most cases if it is a Piggy Back System the front pipe Flange to the 1300 system is larger so you although a man of your capability and great garage assets can change them, you will still have the strangling effect of the smaller bore pipe of the 993cc system.

Your van being a later 1300 in line system would likely have 2 Lamda Sensors, one in the exhaust manifold and a Lamda sensor in the front of the Silencer which the earlier Piggy Back models didn't have unlike the separate in line Cat and Silencer anyway. But not always the case as it seems to be dependent on who produced the exhaust system.
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