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V6 CF3 downpipes

Any suggestion on down pipes?
Was interested in the equal length ones but the ground clearance issue means its a none starter.
Anyone tried Scorpion GTA down pipes - eper numbers are all the same across CF3 V6 models so should fit?
Prefer stainless.
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What cat-back system are you using?
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Cybox which the car came with, and your CF3 replacement manifolds!
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Just thinking what volume will be like once its back up and running - you might want to stick with the original mild steel downpipes for now if yours are OK. If you move to stainless for the downpipes then that will add a couple more dB..
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Ok thanks for your input, will head across to the other thread as I need a new pair of flexi's to weld into the old down pipes.
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