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    Test Pipe Feeler

    I'm taking my car into my friends shop next week to have a bolt in test pipe made up. I've been shopping around for exhaust systems and I don't want anything too loud but also want a good tone.

    I talked to Mike at Eurowise in Charlotte NC today and he's on board for producing these if there is some interest. My car will be the test mule for the project.

    What I will hopefully end up with is pipes that bolt to the manifolds and have an xpipe where the cat/resonator used to be to balance the pulses in the exhaust and go to flanges that will bolt to the rear exhaust section.

    This is a feeler right now. I'm not sure of prices or anything yet and will know hopefully soon.
    www.mcneelymotorsports.com

    #2
    Interested.

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      #3
      I might be dropping it off next week to his place for the work. I'm sure there will be some hi res pics of the process. The fab guy there can lay some sick welds.

      heres the shop that will be doing the work http://euro-wise.com/index.php
      www.mcneelymotorsports.com

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        #4
        Interested also.
        REMEMBER: Be safe and have fun is Rule Number 1.

        The Epic Unbuild of Clint Eastwood

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          #5
          what do you think the end cost would be?

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            #6
            ^^ Also interested depending on cost..
            2007 Range Rover Sport S/C

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              #7
              All depends on the end cost like anything, but interested for sure.
              Wrecking cars, closing bars.

              Tie rod spacers for sale: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=245785

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                #8
                Was a little busy this week and couldn't get the time to drop it off. I'm hoping I can next week. Need a ride from the shop is whats killing me.

                I will update with pics hopefully soon.
                www.mcneelymotorsports.com

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                  #9
                  Curious about price.
                  E30 M52B28

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                    #10
                    Very interested. So this will just bolt up replacing the cat to make it a straight pipe?


                    G.Verelli

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by gverelli View Post
                      Very interested. So this will just bolt up replacing the cat to make it a straight pipe?
                      Pretty much. I want something that I can bolt in and out if need be. It will have an Xpipe where the factory resonator/cat was so it will balance out the exhaust pulses
                      www.mcneelymotorsports.com

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by MitchD1283 View Post
                        Pretty much. I want something that I can bolt in and out if need be. It will have an Xpipe where the factory resonator/cat was so it will balance out the exhaust pulses
                        Count me in. Cant want to see pics and a sound clip.


                        G.Verelli

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                          #13
                          do you have any idea on price?
                          i know universal test pipes are in the 35-55 range.

                          definately curious as for final product.

                          soundclip will be a must! also what is your exhaust setup as of now?

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                            #14
                            Count me in!
                            Drive it like you just stole it! :p

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by devon.818 View Post
                              do you have any idea on price?
                              i know universal test pipes are in the 35-55 range.

                              definately curious as for final product.

                              soundclip will be a must! also what is your exhaust setup as of now?

                              This will be higher then 55 for sure. This will be a complete bolt in xpipe.

                              I'm running factory exhaust as of now so we all know how they sound. I will be dropping it off at the shop this week.
                              www.mcneelymotorsports.com

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