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Stainless GT JTD Exhausts

Anyone know of where i can get one?

I want it totally straight through, that seems to be the issue im finding.

If i remember right there was someone that made exhausts on here? cant for the life of me remember the name! (its been a long week)

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Give us a call,we have various combinations of stainless systems.
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If i remember right there was someone that made exhausts on here? cant for the life of me remember the name! (its been a long week)

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Pud237 on here runs an autolusso branch and has made custom exhausts and designs them in conjunction with Wizard exhausts I believe. I have one on the 156 GTA and its the second best bit of the car after the engine.
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I thought the new MOT rules state exhaust must be as factory spec if not its an automatic fail
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Not sure if this helps....I got a Cybox manifold back system fitted with a cat delete for my 2005 156 JTDM 150 : very pleased with it, good price and I had Cybox fit it at their place on the Wirral last month. Great service as well.
Had a Cybox cat back years ago on my 156 1.8 TS so I know they are a good product.
Well made and a choice of tailpipe. Sounds the same as the original system ( that had done over 110,000 miles (!) and mpg just the same at average 43 mpg ( mine has had a remap to 185 BHP...which is nice !)
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If anyone is interested I have a Wizard Exhausts primary cat replacement for a 156/147/GT 1.9 JTD 16v in stock and ready to go.

Replacing the first cat (pre-cat) with a straight through pipe really helps the turbo to boost earlier and harder
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If anyone is interested I have a Wizard Exhausts primary cat replacement for a 156/147/GT 1.9 JTD 16v in stock and ready to go.

Replacing the first cat (pre-cat) with a straight through pipe really helps the turbo to boost earlier and harder
Hnnnngggg.....

How long to fit, and how much delivered?
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No more than an hour to fit, this one I can do for £140 posted.
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I dunno why I asked, I need to sort out suspension before I go spending money on the non-essentials
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Depends where you are and budget but my mate has a stainless steel workshop making tubular manifolds and exhaust to suit you
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