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Thread: New Scoobymania exhaust fitted.

  1. #1
    PWalker
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    Had the new Scoobymania exhaust fitted yesterday. It s a 3" stainless steel item finishing in a 4" tailpipe.
    The quality is first class, the sound it delivers is true WRC, beleive me, i can`t stop smiling, its has also made the car more urgent in its power delivery.

    I have tryed the majority of popular exhaust, Prodrive, Magnex, HKS, Blitz and i can honestly say this one sounds the best.

    Thanks to Mike T for selling it to me, and thanks to the wife for buying it for me(birtday prezzie )

    Paul

  2. #2
    Rico
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    Smile

    Paul

    Do you have a picture ? There isn't one on Scooobymania site ?

    cheers

    Rico

    ps Have you heard any opinions on the downpipe?

  3. #3
    PWalker
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    Smile

    Rico

    Sorry mate, no pictures yet, if ya come to Donno on the 12th, i`ll be there so you can have a look and listen

    As for the downpipe, i`m having that fitted next, its a twin dump type downpipe and looks absolutely superb!

    Paul

  4. #4
    Firefox
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    Any dyno results ?

    What sort of gains ? What did you change from ?

    I'm always on the look out for different things..

    J.

    ps - Not bothered about sound... but flow and velocities do it for me

  5. #5
    sunilp
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    Talking

    Jay, keep a look out for me interior bits, i cant see them anywhere mate!

  6. #6
    Firefox
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    Oi muppet...

    shut it!!

    I will get them done next week hopefully...

    I'm off to the gym now...

    tara

  7. #7
    Mark Pattison
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    Scoobymania exhaust full system does look tempting

    I'm on the look out for a downpipe first, but might consider backbox/center aswell. Having just run in the new sti6typer I feel it needs better breathing (a bit weak compared to my decatted sti4 at high revs).

    Having read a bit about BPM's twin downpipe being more suitable for high revs, does the scoobymania DP lose much low end torque? Also should I be worried about fueling the full scoobymania system??

    I had 3 different exhausts on the sti4 (not including the stock sti). I'm thinkinng of just getting the downpipe and backbox first, leaving out the center pipe. I know scoobymania's exhaust is new but does anyone have any thoughts?

    Cheers

  8. #8
    Lee
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    Talking

    I've now uploaded some pics to the website..... price does look tempting for the whole system...

  9. #9
    robski
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    Pwalker,

    get to a RR will ya!

    I agree with Lee, price for whole system is very keen

    Looks good. Who backs the 25 year guarantee?

    robski

  10. #10
    PWalker
    Guest

    Smile

    Went to Powerstation yesterday, my car sti v5 type r with a safe map in the unichip produced 283bhp and 264 lb/ft at4350 rpm.

    Im well chuffed with the figures.

    Paul

  11. #11
    Simon Roe
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    Question

    What do you do if you have removed the Cats and you want an MOT?

    Just keep quiet and hope the emissions pass?


  12. #12
    sunilp
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    Wink

    Some people swap the pipe/s back and some people line their testers palms with gold.

    Sunil

  13. #13
    Simon Roe
    Guest

    Cool

    Sounds like it might be worth me changing the exhaust before the standard one falls to bits then.... so I can if needed refit it.

    Cheers Sunilp

  14. #14
    Sichani
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    PWalker:
    Is that 283HP to the wheels?
    Thanks

    [This message has been edited by Sichani (edited 25 November 2000).]

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