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WANTED: AUdi 80 Sport 16v Performance Exhaust

Discussion in 'Classic Audi Forum' started by richardguile, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. richardguile
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    [Jan 23, 2007]
    Help?

    Anybody?

    Please?
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    New?
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    get a stainless steel system made for the car will cost about £400 great sound and rip off the cats for a bit extra power
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    Sebring one any good for you?
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    Can you get Supersprint?
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    Just Sebring i'm affraid!
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    thanks for the replies guys,

    done various searches for an exhaust but all seam to suggest they dont actually fit my car for one reason or the other.

    either becasue they all seam to list for b4 or 89 (think mine is 187-1991 B3) or they list my year and state except 16 or 20v.

    So far my best option is to get longlife in leeds to make and fit me a cat back system at around £330 which i dont think is bad value but with my car worth around £700 its probably false economy and would like something a little cheaper.

    Definately interested in the sebring, DPM, but guess it would cost even more that the longlife option.

    Do you have a price?

    Thanks again chaps :respekt:
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    Can i have the exact year and model for yours mate?
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    its a 1991 J plate (1987-1991 B3) i think

    Audi 80 Sport 2.0 16 Valve 103kw 6A engine,

    any help would be appreciated,

    cheers
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    We can get you a Sebring with twin round tailpipes if that's any good?
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    could well be mate,

    is that just a back box or cat back?

    i'm after a cat back system really,

    if it is cat back whats the damage,

    being sebring i guess i may need to sit down before you tell me the price
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    It's just the backbox but PM sent!
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    thanks DPM but i'm really after the cat back system,

    has just been confirmed that my chasis is the B3 model,

    does anybody know of more exhausts or have on for sale, new or second hand?

    cheers
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    Most people call them B3's, but the proper designation is type 89 for your car.
    Have you thought about ditching the cat, or hollowing it out?
    Also worth mentioning that the tubular manifold off the early 20v cars can be modified to fit.
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