PNM/Cybox Exhaust

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PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Graaf » Fri 05.02.2016, 17:00

This may have been asked before and if so my apologies.

The PNM site states that if the exhaust is fitted to a car with a catalyst (mines an S2) the car will still pass it's MOT as long as the first cat is till functioning.

Can some confirm this?

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Re: PNM/Cyborg Exhaust

Postby steve matthews » Sat 06.02.2016, 03:02

And I thought a Cyborg was a Robot from Battle Star Galactica.

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Re: PNM/Cyborg Exhaust

Postby JMP » Sat 06.02.2016, 07:28

steve matthews wrote:And I thought a Cyborg was a Robot from Battle Star Galactica.

Steve - confused as usual


Escaped from its box... :wink:

One should indeed read Cybox.

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Re: PNM/Cyborg Exhaust

Postby Graaf » Sat 06.02.2016, 11:51

Oh bugger, this place is getting as bad as seloc. :roll:
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Artaban » Sat 06.02.2016, 13:13

Back to the question. Having used PNM for the past couple of years for servicing and MOT's I'm sure if the website says it will pass the emissions then it will. You could always give Pete or John a ring to confirm. The MOT station they use is just beside their workshop and they have sold a lot of these exhausts and have never mentioned any issues and I was in there all the time. So long as you are sure your existing CAT is OK I'm sure it'll be fine.
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Graaf » Sat 06.02.2016, 22:46

Thanks Andy, i didn't think that there would be a problem as i know pnm are well known but I was just wondering if anyone had had any problems.

Once the car is back on the road I'll probably get them to fit it get an omissions test.

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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 06.02.2016, 22:59

CAREFUL: Read this first.
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Graaf » Sun 07.02.2016, 17:54

GeoffSmith wrote:CAREFUL: Read this first.

Thanks, I'd read part of that thread hence my question.

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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Graaf » Thu 16.06.2016, 18:19

I've finally got the PNM exhaust on the car and am quite surprised by the result.

Obviously it sounds better but it also seems to make the engine feel much better.

No boost creep either.
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby steve matthews » Thu 16.06.2016, 21:17

:cheers:
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby HJ2 » Sat 18.06.2016, 09:27

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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Scott » Fri 03.03.2017, 06:30

Just bought one system (PNM) , waiting to receive and fit. Will post photos and opinions soon. Hope my choice wont turn me down! Any info please that might pop up during installation and after?
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby DavidEJM » Tue 07.03.2017, 13:38

As i said on the MILLTEK thread, I have just had the PNM single box system fitted. The company was easy to deal with, it arrived next day and my guy that fitted it said it went on with no problems.

It is definitely louder (not unpleasantly so) but not when you are just pootling about. Get on an open road and hit the 'loud' pedal and it comes alive!!! the turbo seems to spin up quicker and stronger and it takes off like a scalded cat with the noise to match. Perfect!

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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Graaf » Tue 07.03.2017, 14:07

Mine went on ok. Just needed a couple of clouts with a rubber mallet to mak it sit centrally in the bumper cut out.
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby alan e » Tue 07.03.2017, 14:11

I put mine on in my garage had no problem fitting it and have now fitted the second box which also went on with no problem.
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Scott » Sun 12.03.2017, 10:15

alan e wrote:I put mine on in my garage had no problem fitting it and have now fitted the second box which also went on with no problem.

PNM too?
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby alan e » Sun 12.03.2017, 11:12

Scott wrote:
alan e wrote:I put mine on in my garage had no problem fitting it and have now fitted the second box which also went on with no problem.

PNM too?


Cybox which I think is the same as PNM
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Scott » Sun 12.03.2017, 11:16

alan e wrote:
Scott wrote:
alan e wrote:I put mine on in my garage had no problem fitting it and have now fitted the second box which also went on with no problem.

PNM too?


Cybox which I think is the same as PNM


Where did you place your order?
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby alan e » Sun 12.03.2017, 19:25

Where did you place your order?[/quote]

On ebay dont think they are there anymore but you can try cybox or just order it from PNM.
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Re: PNM/Cybox Exhaust

Postby Scott » Wed 15.03.2017, 06:37

Hello to everybody, I just got the PNM SPORTS EXHAUST on its box and I'm going to have an unboxing video. Stay tuned as I will need your opinion and I might help you too on future decisions!
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