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cf2 equal length front pipes

howdy folks, been scouring the forum and the net in general for the last 2 hours looking at info on stainless front pipes. basically my standard one's developed a rather annoying blow.

already have the de-cat and cat back stainless so the logical step is stainless. problem is i cant seem to find a great deal of companies that offer them or and idea of cost ( might have something to do with permanent nights and no sleep ). also have the remap'd ecu to swap over so want to make the most of it.

cars a 98 cf2 manual. any help would be great folks and apologies for posting the front pipe topic again, constant lack of sleep doesn't help my google abilities.

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howdy folks, been scouring the forum and the net in general for the last 2 hours looking at info on stainless front pipes. basically my standard one's developed a rather annoying blow.

already have the de-cat and cat back stainless so the logical step is stainless. problem is i cant seem to find a great deal of companies that offer them or and idea of cost ( might have something to do with permanent nights and no sleep ). also have the remap'd ecu to swap over so want to make the most of it.

cars a 98 cf2 manual. any help would be great folks and apologies for posting the front pipe topic again, constant lack of sleep doesn't help my google abilities.

cheers in advance
Alfatune Alfatune Motorsport do them, or if you look in the GTA section i think a set are about to be sold second hand, although not sure if they are PH3 or PH2.

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what about wizrdofoz?
Yes we make them, the CF2 ones are quite different to what goes on the GTA as they merge 2 into 1, on the GTA they are two seperate front pipes. We've done about 10 sets in the last few years, a lot gone to Australia, they are a perfect fit and the quality is out of this world.

You can just make them out in the attached picture.

Ground clearance is pretty good, I never had any problems lowered on -30mm Pro springs & Koni FSD shocks. Better than the GTA equal length front pipes.
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