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2021/04/08 12:20:44 (permalink)

Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952)

Hi all (in SE England),
Sorry if this has been asked or discussed before, although my search didn’t throw anything up:
Has anyone had a stainless steel exhaust system made in southeast England for a 944 Turbo, or know where to go? QuickSilver have already come back to me saying that, unfortunately, they have a pattern only for non-turbo cars.
Any pointers appreciated
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Re: Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952) 2021/04/08 13:48:09 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby XR50 2021/04/08 16:59:20
Hi Mate,
 
I had a full system made by Hayward & Scott including 3" downpipe off the back of the turbo.
 
Great quality and performance :)

Graham
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Re: Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952) 2021/04/08 14:15:54 (permalink)
Thanks very much, will give them a bell.
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Re: Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952) 2021/04/08 14:44:01 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby XR50 2021/04/08 16:59:45
Janspeed also worth a try,  they used to make them for essential styling in the past, and may still have jigs,
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Re: Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952) 2021/04/08 17:00:15 (permalink)
Thanks, will check them out, too.
 
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Re: Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952) 2021/04/08 20:50:33 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby XR50 2021/04/09 00:05:26
Think I replied to you on FB too but AAS in Newcastle have a jig for a Turbo system and can make it to your spec and ship or fit. 

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Re: Stainless steel exhaust system for 951(952) 2021/04/09 00:06:02 (permalink)
Thanks very much. Will pursue and report final outcome
 
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