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    Nengun

    Just been on there site looking at Front pipes for the S15, seems there are a few options -

    HKS - Polished Front Pipe - ?139.07
    HKS - Stainless Front Pipe - ?180.25

    Now i can see the shape is different, and by the title they seem to be finished differently, but which one is best??

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    Stainless. Polished means polish mild steel. Mild steel = rust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicely
    Stainless. Polished means polish mild steel. Mild steel = rust.
    I hear ya

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    i want one too....do u need a dump pipe aswell then??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sushiming
    i want one too....do u need a dump pipe aswell then??
    Dont think you NEED one, but it would look as stupid as the cat back system does at the mo if you dont!! hehe not to mention releaving further restrictions

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    I've been in contact with a company in Sweden who recieved the wrong types of turbo-elbows for S14s.
    He is selling them cheap if youre interested.

    The only thing wrong with them is that they're made with the wrong o2 sensor fitting.
    All needed to do is to replace with correct one. some drilling and welding.

    If someone is interested I can check some specs and how many he's got left with him.
    I will talk to a guy who will help me fit my oil cooler and see if he can fix them too.

    in that case I can get have them done up and delivered to you.

    I'm not sure of prices, but about ?55-60 for the elbow + the job off fixing them + freight.

    There is a pic of it on page 2 on this document.
    http://www.airtune.se/images/stories...logvaren05.pdf

    fits stock turbo.

    I'll find out more if you're interested.

    Edit:
    changed the price I've got from him as I was wrong.
    Nissan GTR -09 Now with Cobb accessport stage 2

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    Fitting the turbo elbow/dump pipe is a bit of a b@stard with the turbo still on... However, a decent elbow makes a difference. I would recommend Creasey's if you're in the UK.

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    Nicely did you fit it yourself??

    Its it tight for space??

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    No, I didn't. It was done at the same time as the tubby gaskets and tubular manifold. As with anything tubby related, its just a b@stard to get to.

    Yakko, Creasey ones look better that those others.


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    They do look good

    *lack of techinical knowledge time*

    Do you need two?? the top joins to the turbo and the bottom to......

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