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1.8t CAT CHEAP (any condiction)

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by A4turbo IOW, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. A4turbo IOW

    A4turbo IOW New Member

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    im after a standard cat as im only really after the flanges (and using the original to mock up the dimensions) for a de-cat section.. obv. il pay postage to the isle of wight, cheers
     
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  3. slepy

    slepy Extremely smart and handsome person.
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    Did you try ebay?
    There is few B5 1.8T breaking now.
     
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    i think jcb had one that he'd knocked through, not sure if he sold it might be worth a pm
     
  5. phoenixv6quattro

    phoenixv6quattro staylowmovefast

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    Theres a dude on ebay called the "catman". Got mine off him. 80 quid each. Not bad quality, and the fits good.
     
  6. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!"
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    I had one that was knocked thru, but gave the flanges to mark.

    Problem is you really want a dead one, as a working ones going to be worth money, but at the same time anyone with a dead cat would just chuck it in the bucket.
     
  7. phoenixv6quattro

    phoenixv6quattro staylowmovefast

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    You could be neckt mate and ask your local stealers if they have any in their bins!
     
  8. A4turbo IOW

    A4turbo IOW New Member

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    true, it's not really a problem, i can machine some flanges at work on the water jet, but if i had a knacked cat i was just planning on welding a piece of gash re-bar between the two flanges and cuting the 'cat' section out and replacing it with a piece of pipe then cut the re-bar off after, it would just save time pissing about mocking the flanges up by eye as it were.......the hunt continues
     
  9. A4turbo IOW

    A4turbo IOW New Member

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    thats not a bad idea...
     

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