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  • #16
    For those that are genuinely serious about extra power ! :lol:

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    • #17
      So how did it go, got some dyno figures to show us the outputs with/without converters, I'm still curious!

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      • #18
        Sgeffen, Any feedback on how it went? Good/Bad/ Shouldnt have played with it? Were all curious!!!

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        • #19
          exhaust

          ended up excellent result have still got the cat converters and now have a bigger diameter stainless system. the guy i went to was a mate of a mate and he owned an exhaust franchise (national chain) he said to leave the cat converters but he "repacked" them whatever that means. I havent dyno tested but feel that it is faster particularly midrange ie overtaking going 55 to 90 kms / hour.
          Fule consumption is much the same maybe a little worse if driving harder approx 50km less per tank
          sounds great.
          Also had car lowered which and stiffened which has helped the handling heaps
          when i get around to it ill post some piccys

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          • #20
            :shock:




            Damn I just spilt my beer.......

            :lol:

            BTW, I wonder if the 1940's exhaust manifold is still installed?

            Drew.
            2005 Toyota LandCruiser GRJ120R Prado "Pilbara" (GX+) Petrol V6 5 Speed Auto, ARB AirLocker rear diff locker, Safari Snorkel, Bilstein Shocks, OME 2" Lifted Springs, PolyAir airbags, bash plates, Icom HF Transceiver, Uniden UHF CB, HID and LED lights, Black Duck seat covers, Tekonsha Prodigy trailer brake controller, Redarc Dual Battery Controller, ATS4X4 Side Steps/Rock Sliders.

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            • #21
              Re: exhaust

              Originally posted by sgeffen
              Also had car lowered which and stiffened which has helped the handling heaps
              when i get around to it ill post some piccys
              :shock:

              I assume taking it offroad was not the intention when purchasing?? look forward to the pics though!!

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              • #22
                With the new system ... has the under bonnet temp increased ?

                Cheers

                M

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                • #23
                  Re: exhaust

                  Originally posted by sgeffen
                  ended up excellent result have still got the cat converters and now have a bigger diameter stainless system. the guy i went to was a mate of a mate and he owned an exhaust franchise (national chain) he said to leave the cat converters but he "repacked" them whatever that means. I havent dyno tested but feel that it is faster particularly midrange ie overtaking going 55 to 90 kms / hour.
                  Fule consumption is much the same maybe a little worse if driving harder approx 50km less per tank
                  sounds great.
                  Also had car lowered which and stiffened which has helped the handling heaps
                  when i get around to it ill post some piccys
                  How did you lower your car? did you purchase shorter/harder springs? what kind?
                  Did you put in new extractors or a whole new exhaust system?

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                  • #24
                    I also changed my systems. If anyone need Cash for cars Ipswich services visit here

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