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vn v6 extractors/exhuast?

hagz

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hey people just wonderin wat reasonable price for vn v6 pacemakers 2 hand and 2 and a 1/2 inch exhuast pretty much new not fitted?????????
 

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Extractors can be had second hand for between $150 - $300

2.5" catback:
redback with two mufflers second hand: $100; brand new: $250
other random brands with two mufflers: $100; brand new $200
other random brands with one muffler: $50; brand new $150
 

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I just brought pacies for my VN V6, haven't fitted them yet. is it much of a job like whats required?

Came off a VR V6 and the O2 sensors different any idea's?

hagz u may not need a 2.1/2" cat back system you could chop out a muffler
 

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The pacies are a bit painful to install, but it's possible. You just have to get the car really high up in the air to slot the bastards in :p
 

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Prices? Not sure.

Doing them though on a VN is quite a pain.

The steering rack and pinion has to be dropped.

-=EDIT=-

Grr. Morton beat me to it >_<
 
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Ahhh i hope your kidding that's a bitch.
Not just that but the VR O2 sensor has 3 wires the VN's only have 1 and a different fitting where it sits in the exhaust. will these go on?
 

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Stick your oxy sensor in.
 

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You need to extend the wires on your current o2 sensor, or weld a thread into the pass side set of extractors at about just after where the 3 primaries merge, stick your o2 sensor in there, and put a bung in the VR sensor thread which is right down near the cat.
 

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1. No. We weren't kidding about it being a pain in the ass.
2. Stick your O2 sensor in as Morton said.
3. Extend your wires like camstatic said. It's not that hard to extend a 1-wire O2 sensor :p
 

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cheers for that sellin it wasnt sure wat to ask and yeah they a pain to get off so wouldn be any easier puttin em on
 
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