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Just had crack in exhaust manifold fixed up but needed support support brackets as originals are broken. VOSPERS having proiced next day have now put them on back order (got to be the worst performing franchise dealer of all time, not what i really want to say but bad language and all that). Anyhow dose anyone have a picture/drawing of exhaust which may show parts so I can get my local fabricator to knock me up a set.

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Very true, sorry it's Sv Jts 2.2 manual.
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Why not get a specialist exhaust from a place like Alfatune which apparently come highly regarded. I'm just getting the back section made by Wizard Exhausts for my 2.2. The original exhaust on the 2.2 is a terrible bit of work..
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Why not get a specialist exhaust from a place like Alfatune which apparently come highly regarded. I'm just getting the back section made by Wizard Exhausts for my 2.2. The original exhaust on the 2.2 is a terrible bit of work..
I'm interested in doing the same, but wasn't sure if they did one for the 2.2 Brera. Can I ask how much and what the tail pipes will look like (I'd like to keep the original look if possible)?
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I think Alfatune do a whole cat back exhaust for around 500 but I'm not sure of the exact price. My wizard exhaust (which I should be getting shortly) is the back box sections and cost around 500 as well. Here's a picture of what they look like..
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I think Alfatune do a whole cat back exhaust for around 500 but I'm not sure of the exact price. My wizard exhaust (which I should be getting shortly) is the back box sections and cost around 500 as well. Here's a picture of what they look like..
Thanks for posting the photo. No silencers then? Will be interested to know what they sound like when you've fitted them. I want a nicer sound, but not some thing too loud or droney.
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Apparently they aren't too loud. I'll be making a YouTube video next week. Stay tuned..
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The centre muffler is kept, Wizards feed into the Y pipe.
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I got the similar from wizard but have not had chance to fit them yet. Mines a V6 so I'm a little worried will be a bit noisy but we'll see
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Apparently they aren't too loud. I'll be making a YouTube video next week. Stay tuned..
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I have heard that the exhaust manifold with its complicated cats is the real bottleneck on the 2.2 but I don't know anyone who can replace it..
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