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    Centre Pipe?

    Hi, Where would I get a cat back pipe from? I have a back box already but have been informed that the centre pipe would make a difference too. Where would I get this from and how much????

    Also would it fit straight onto back box?
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    unless the b/b manufacturer you have has a Centre pipe available (which i doubt if ur b/b fits to the original centre pipe)

    Then you will have to get a custom one made up somewhere. like powerflow etc...

    What b/b is it out of interest?..

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    err Peco something.....can't remember? It fitted straight onto where the old b/b came off
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    is that a good thing?
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    you can get the new center made up using the same bracket thing that holds the backbox to the center box as thats what i had done easy as i first got the back box but it did not it louder so i had a new center box dont sounds better now

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannysport18
    you can get the new center made up using the same bracket thing that holds the backbox to the center box as thats what i had done easy as i first got the back box but it did not it louder so i had a new center box dont sounds better now
    im hoping to get a new centre box made up to fit to the irmscher bb but ive been told itll sound awful...(ill give it a go anyway)
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    remus £66 straight through center or silenced not sure on price for that one direct natural fit
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    The remus centre pipe should fit direct since they make the irmscher zorst, they would use the same tooling I suspect for there own zorsts.

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    Where might I get a Remus one?
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    elite is essex mate
    http://www.elitedirect.com
    speak to H he will sort you out
    but i dont think it will fit as dont most after market pipes have a diffrent fitting system i know my magnex back box has diff fitting system to the magnex system my friends car thats why i had a center box made up

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