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NA 2+2 Exhuast Help

Discussion in 'Z32 Technical' started by ADAMZX, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. mtopxsecret6

    mtopxsecret6 Member

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    This is an exhaust i built to replicate a factory one on a VG pacer

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    This is the exhaust I built for my skyline.

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    A fabricator can make exactly what you want.
     
  2. mtopxsecret6

    mtopxsecret6 Member

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    An exhaust shop will charge you "X" amount, a fabricator will give you exactly what you want for the same "X" cost.
     
  3. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Ah i see, at least i get to widen my search for a fabricator now and see what prices i can get and go from there. Thank you for the advice mtopxsecret6.
     
  4. rob260

    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    A good exhaust shop should be able to fabricate a system...
     
  5. mtopxsecret6

    mtopxsecret6 Member

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    They can weld tube together, dont expext them to hand build mufflers. Like modern day panel beaters, unbolt/bolt on seems the attitude these days. Being a boiley, im not inclined for exhuast shops.
     
  6. rob260

    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    Definitely depends where you shop.

    There are quite a few shops in town that specialise in custom systems, agree though you dont want a mum and dad muffler shop that only does press bent systems from catalogues.
     
  7. brisz

    brisz Well-Known Member

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  8. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Again not exactly what I was looking for but still thank you for showing me the link. I know this might sound stupid but i'm budget $500 for this exhaust system $800 maxx and I dunno if I can find anything in that price range yet as I havent enquired with anyone.

    Unfortunately for me I am currently doing long overdue services on the whole mechanical side of the car, i have already done a oil and filter change, dropped the transmission fluid twice and changed the trans filter once. I need to change my diff fluid and flush and refill my coolant system as its acidic atm. So much I need to do and not alot of money to play with.
     

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