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Old 10-09-2019, 09:42 PM   #11 (permalink)
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There has always been a debate on the benefits of the Gen2 exhaust for torque and HP. Not getting into that debate but will say I love the sound. I recently acquired a spare Gen2 exhaust off Tomba in the UK that is very rusty but perfect for what I want to do with it. For those that have never seen the insides it is fairly basic really but thought I would post some photos up so you can all see. The pipe is made up of two larger than std tubes 50mm (2")internal with baffle sleeves welded in, bore size of baffle 48mm (1"7/8).
The down pipes are also larger at 40mm internal compared with 35mm std. This may explain why the performance on HP compared to Std down pipes. I plan to clean them up, strip the chrome, possibly shorten them and then powder coat black.







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Hey Heff, do you have pics? The ones you posted are gone.
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