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Author Topic: Down under, an idiot and a 400F  (Read 339474 times)

Offline neevo

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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2610 on: Jan 11, 2017, 02:02:37 »
Now make em out of metal pipe ;D

Give me a week  :-X


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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2611 on: Jan 11, 2017, 13:43:28 »
I guess if one side of the pipe is still smooth and un-kinked it should be pretty simple to get bends right?
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Offline neevo

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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2612 on: Jan 11, 2017, 17:23:15 »
Hopefully. We might find out today and I was going to try and pop in there on the way home from work.


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Offline neevo

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Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2613 on: Jan 12, 2017, 03:42:55 »
My secondary exhaust templates are in with Carrington Products for bending (the same mob that did my headers). They were as helpful as ever and helped guide me along the way.

I had 2 options for tube:

1. Two inch - wouldn't fit in the collector (they cannot shrink tube either unfortunately) and was too large for the muffler.
2. 44mm - a perfect slip fit for the muffler and ever so slightly smaller than the collector.

Went with option 2 as it's a perfect fit for the muffler (I have questions on that) plus we can squeeze the collector down a little to make a good fit. It's also smaller diameter which should help with back pressure, especially vs the 2".

So far so good! Carrington even didn't bat an eyelid at my templates :)

So the question?

I'm not a fan of the muffler slipping over the midpipe as I don't like the transition on the pipe (although it will be a seamless flow for gasses into the mufflers). I would have much preferred the exhaust to have slipped in to the midpipe on the exhaust and to not see a join.

So I have a couple of options at this point (happy to hear more too).

A. Shut up and deal with it. It's a minor detail. Eg



B. Look to expand the midpipes so that I can slip the mufflers inside the tube

Will wait and see once the pipes are finished, then see what the best course of action is, however looking at it in the images above, I don't think it's as bad looking as I had feared.
« Last Edit: Jan 12, 2017, 03:50:55 by neevo »


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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2614 on: Jan 12, 2017, 07:22:52 »
The mid-pipe slipped over the muffler encourages turbulence, not that it'll much matter for performance, and sooty deposits will push through the seam and look a little messy over time. The other way allows it to butt up to the packing inside the muffler and create a seamless flow.

Offline neevo

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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2615 on: Jan 12, 2017, 08:25:57 »
Good to know irk. Thanks.

Another vote for keeping it simple too!


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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2616 on: Jan 12, 2017, 13:27:06 »
You should be able to expand them slightly to make them a tighter fit for the collector.

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Re: Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2617 on: Jan 12, 2017, 14:29:34 »
PVC cement?

Its just how exhaust goes together correctly. I would let it go and leave it alone.
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Offline neevo

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Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2618 on: Jan 12, 2017, 16:53:52 »
You should be able to expand them slightly to make them a tighter fit for the collector.

That's what the tube benders said too, but it looks like the collector can be squashed a bit too, so we'll see if we can do it on the collector alone or if we need to resort to getting the end expanded a bit to get the best fit.
« Last Edit: Jan 12, 2017, 17:28:23 by neevo »


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Offline neevo

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Down under, an idiot and a 400F
« Reply #2619 on: Jan 12, 2017, 16:54:36 »
Its just how exhaust goes together correctly. I would let it go and leave it alone.

Ok, I'm sold. Slip fit inside the mufflers it is then.
« Last Edit: Jan 12, 2017, 17:30:36 by neevo »


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