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Cybox for JTS

a member from here has bought a Cybox system for his JTS.

Thankfully he has inspected the parts & did a mock fitting in his hallway to find a problem.

He has a new flexible pipe, which has a flat end

He has a new cybox section that is suppose to mat eonto this flexipipe but it has a CURVED end.

He has contacted Cybox & they assured him they would send an adapter to fit between.

Parcel arrived today but no adapter.

Has anyone from here ever fitted a cybox to a jts?

did you have this issue?

how did you reslove it?

we have a backup plan, just wanted other peoples experience to confirm if what we are going to do is right?
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Re: Cybox for JTS

I put a Cybox on my V6 and it fit a treat, straight outta da box, loads of adjustment. But I have heard a few negative tales....and they take forever to deliver.
Sounds though.
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Re: Cybox for JTS

I have one fitted to my 2.0L TS but that ain;t answering my question ..... i refer to JTS/Cybox upgrades
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What does the adapter look like ?
Mine came with a small trumpet about 50mm long that looks like it'd fit inside the front section of the Cybox pipe... And I didn't need it - if that helps, you could have it.
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What does the adapter look like ?
Mine came with a small trumpet about 50mm long that looks like it'd fit inside the front section of the Cybox pipe... And I didn't need it - if that helps, you could have it.
Jason,

that would be great.

How much?
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Finally dug the bit outta my shed, I gotta get some lights in there !!!

After all that, is this the bit - sorry about the delay!
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Re: Cybox for JTS

looks like it should work.

Can you send it to me?
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looks like it should work.

Can you send it to me?
Sure, its a bummer you didn't get one off Cybox tho.
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sorry for being thick but what is a cybox
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Cybox are manufacturers of S/Steel exhaust systems

they sell thro ebay
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has anyone fitted s/steel custom exhaust to a spider jts.also can anyone tell me were to purchase a wind breaker for this car
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