Mk1 2.5" S/S Exhaust systems

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  1. Trackslag

    Trackslag Forum Member Trader

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    These having been taking shape in the background for a while now. Thankfully, I didn't have to travel far to make this one happen. A mate of mine has a tidy little Mk1 which he kindly loaned to us for use as the jig car.
    It's all built to the usual standards using European steel, mandrel bends, TIG welds, 2 hand built boxes and a single pipe exit. That's a straight forward description of what you'll get, but it's only when you receive it, that you'll appreciate what you've bought.
    The boxes are as large as the car will allow so we're confident that you will not find a more refined sound. They certainly will not be boomy.
    I still keep seeing pictures of pipework with crushed bends and large dents for clearance over the rear beam! You will not find anything like that here.
    Here's some early pictures of the system but I would prefer to get some from customers.
    Price is 395 plus postage.
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    We'll have some better pictures shortly but it will be nice to see some on cars.
    Any questions? :)
     
  2. Trackslag

    Trackslag Forum Member Trader

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    As you can see from the above pictures, this is a MK1 Gti with our K04 downpipe and and exhaust system.
     
  3. oldnick

    oldnick Paid Member Paid Member

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    Your stealth Mk1 looks too low, it must be murder over the speedbumps ;)
     
  4. Trackslag

    Trackslag Forum Member Trader

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    It's on bags lol
     
  5. abf"d mk1 Paid Member Paid Member

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    I see the on the rear box it dosnt exit in line with its entry, is it not a straight through type.
     
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    It's baffled. I think how is a secret though.
     
  7. Trackslag

    Trackslag Forum Member Trader

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    Certainly no baffles but I suppose that the secret is, we don't use generic boxes. They're made in house to suit.
    Here's a picture of the view through that particular back box :)
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  8. thegave Forum Member

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    None of the boxes are baffled?
     
  9. Trackslag

    Trackslag Forum Member Trader

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    No baffles but you'll notice the good sized boxes. My Mk2 system is quiet when off the throttle but comes alive when on the boost, nothing obnoxious though. The Mk1 will be a touch louder because the boxes have to be smaller.
     

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