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    VXR Exhaust on a diesel

    I am selling the Milltek cat back from my VXR and someone has asked whether it will fit on his diesel. He says he has a 1.9cdti 150 with a VXR rear bumper fitted. Does anyone know if it would be easy to connect the cat back to the rest of his system?
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    Wouldn't be pecky by any chance would it? Tell him to buy it and take it to a power flow dealer to mate it up if its not going to fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jam View Post
    Wouldn't be pecky by any chance would it? Tell him to buy it and take it to a power flow dealer to mate it up if its not going to fit.
    No it isn't, my hole is staying closed

    I know TraceSRI/DaveOPC on AON have one fitted to a CDTi, not sure what work was involved.

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    The standard one is (from what I've heard) a straight fit. So a milly SHOULD work, but like everything in life, there's no guarantees!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pecky View Post
    No it isn't, my hole is staying closed



    You need a shorter pipe though, you know it makes sense.

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