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OK!

I just recently got a 04 Sv6 and wanna put a good exhaust on it, its got pasys atm with a **** system sounds like a tin can, ive been reading up on the forms and seen that the Manta 2.25 into 3 inch is a good one, all i wanna know... Is it??? I dont wanna spend money one something that dont make any difference, and i know the alloys are hard to get a decent sound out of. Would appreciate the help

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Every one of these systems you hear about, I have supplied. They are a very good system, no drone, not overly loud and nice and deep.

IMO they are the best sounding on the alloytec, they don't make it sound like a Lancer. They give a noticeable change to your torque curve as well.
 

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That's exactly what I'm looking for, so it the system ok with extractors and standard cats or? Is it centre or rear exhaust
 

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It's a complete cat back, it will bolt straight up to the original cat pipes. It works perfectly fine if you have extractors. It is twin 2 1/4" off the cat pipes, into two straight through front mufflers, then merges into a single 3" pipe then through a 3" resonator. Picks up on all the original hangers and takes about 1/2 hour to fit if you know your way around a tool box.
 

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Well I'm a apprentice mechy, I've fitted a few do sould be fine, but I'm pretty sure the original cat flanges have been taken off, so I may have to get new flanges
 

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Have a look just behind the gearbox cross member, if they are still there, there will be two 2 bolt flanges where the exhaust bolts up, the system bolts straight up to those.
 

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The fella b4 me had done a really crappy job on the system and cut the two flanges off and welded the pipes straight to the cats.....
 

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Bugger....I can supply a couple of flanges as well if you like, or you can cut some off an old system.
 

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Yeah will have to get some, so what's the price of the system, and can you deliver or? I'm in qld by the way...
 

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$495 shipped. Includes gaskets and clamp.
 
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