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MG MGF Technical - Exhausting Work
|OK my exhaust has started blowing and need to think of a replacement, so I'll throw it open to you guys for sugestions|
Thanks in Advance
| MS daytona we have and it works very well.|
Pheonix looks nicer to us but we don't know anything about it other than we thought it was too quiet
|Nik & Anita|
|£350 from Mike for a SS exhaust. IIRC correctly, so's the standard MGR mild steel one, so worth spending the extra cash. Will need to let the insurance co know though.|
|Only one person to contact in my book: MOTOBUILD RACING.They are based in Hounslow,Middlesex.|
|Used to have the Pheonix on my previous VVC and loved it. Thought it sounded really nice with or without a K&N fitted, though I'd say I probably preferred it without the K&N.|
<<£350 from Mike for a SS exhaust. IIRC correctly, so's the standard MGR mild steel one, so worth spending the extra cash.>>
Extra cash? I thought you were saying that they were the same price?
Bruce (puzzled and with a six year old exhaust)
|Mike does another stainless steel exhaust for less than £350|
Blurb taken off his website:
"A new design exhaust at a new price. We have a revised all stainless steel exhaust guaranteed for life, non-transferable, at a new lower price of £265 (plus vat makes it £311.37). Shipping is £10 for UK delivery. The new design has twin 3" slash cut tail-pipes with rolled edges giving the rear view of the F a distinct and sporty appearance. The sound is equal to our Daytona."
Link to the web page is:
|MS Daytona system is superb, lovely sound and looks great in either quad or twin pipe set up. Also check out Robs site for the exhaust tests.|
Mind you the link isn't working at the moment. Rob is this still working?
|I've just ordered the Phoenix after my Janspeed disintegrated.|
|OK looks as if the daytona wins.|
|Does anybody have any sound files for any avalible exhausts for the F? I'm looking to change mine soon but worried about sounding like a Vauxhall Nova.|
If you follow the link below, you can listen to the Daytona in action.
About half way down the page, next to the red F with the quad pipes. Sounds tasty IMO!
Think I should be on commision from Mike today, this is the third time I've posted directions to his site! ;)
|Bear in mind though that this is with a K&N air filter fitted, just to give it that extra bark|
|>> Does anybody have any sound files for any avalible exhausts for the F? I'm looking to change mine soon but worried about sounding like a Vauxhall Nova.|
... or looking like one ... with quad pipes ...
|Saw the quad pipes on a flame red MPi the other day in a car park in bournemouth town centre and I thought it looked quite understated.|
|DJ, the server appears to be back up now - the exhaust tests can be found at http://www.mgf.ultimatemg.com/exhaust_test_results.htm|
I've gone for the MSD as well, but with nice round single finishers. Nice :o)
Loved the TT too, and now Hanah has the pleasure of that system now :o)
|>Used to have the Pheonix on my previous VVC and loved it. Thought it sounded really nice with or without a K&N fitted, though I'd say I probably preferred it without the K&N.|
I concur, Paul - after all its the same exhaust :-)
Incidentally, is it the box that's gone, not the flexipipe?
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