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if so what size is it 3",3.5" or 4"

also how was the fit and finish

and if you have a pic or link to one please post it ...thanks. :bigthumb:
 

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Ranger498 said:
if so what size is it 3",3.5" or 4"

also how was the fit and finish

and if you have a pic or link to one please post it ...thanks. :bigthumb:


All of our 3" dps come with two flex sections. All of our 4" typically do not have flex...... but I can build a one off with a flex if you really want it.


Lar
 

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Lar,.. you think your 3" DP/MP with the 2 flex sections can be used with the infamous "EBAY Manifold"..?

Also when do you think the 3" exhaust becomes restrictive?

Think im ok with a PT67 .81 or would I be better of with a 4"
 

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any pics larry ?
 

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mike91t said:
I've got the 3" dp with flex. Fit and finish was excellent.
pics?
 

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I was thumbing through this month's issue of Turbo and High Tech Performance and there are photos of the complete SP kit w/ 3" midpipe and DP, both w/ flex sections. There are installed and uninstalled, laying on the floor pics.
 

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dag larry you need to hit your own area a little more many questions go un replied too :(

like this one by i3oca

"how much does the 4" costs? And also, I can bolt on any sp turbo to my sp manifold correct? im looking to possibly upgrade to a larger turbo soon (right now I have a 67)"
 

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Lar,.. you think your 3" DP/MP with the 2 flex sections can be used with the infamous "EBAY Manifold"..?

Also when do you think the 3" exhaust becomes restrictive?

Think im ok with a PT67 .81 or would I be better of with a 4"

:run:
 
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