PiperRS 2.25" or 2.5" Exhaust for all M100s

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PiperRS 2.25" or 2.5" Exhaust for all M100s

Postby ailwyn » Thu 14.08.2008, 14:01

Please register your interest here if you would be interested in buying a 2.25" or 2.5" exhaust system, also please indicate whether or not you'd be needing a SportCat (i.e. S2 or Fed), or for an N/A.

PIPEXH1 - 2.5" system - suit S2/Fed - With Sports cat
PIPEXH2 - 2.5" system - suit SE - Without Sports cat
PIPEXH3 - 2.25" system - suit S2/Fed - With Sports cat
PIPEXH4 - 2.25" system - suit SE - Without Sports cat
PIPEXH5 - 2.25" system - suit N/A - With Sports cat
PIPEXH6 - 2.25" system - suit N/A - Without Sports cat

More details can be found here

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat
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Postby abmunro » Sat 16.08.2008, 13:46

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat
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I am correct in assuming the early Elan SE's dont have cat as i was not req till 1992?
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Postby ailwyn » Sat 16.08.2008, 16:55

abmunro wrote:I am correct in assuming the early Elan SE's dont have cat as i was not req till 1992?


Tony, UK SE's don't require a cat.
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Postby dapinky » Sat 16.08.2008, 17:26

Tony,

Just to clarify, the requirement for a cat came about as the way to get exhaust emmisions to meet a 'new' (lower) standard which was introduced in the gap between SE and S2 production runs!

There is no (legal) problem with running one, and it will make for less dead polar bears, as long as you change the memcal and fit an O2 sensor etc etc etc.

Just because you fit one, it doesn't mean that you will need to meet the newer emissions regs (you still get up to 3.5% CO, and 1200ppm hydrocarbons).
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Postby Specky » Sat 16.08.2008, 17:28

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat
3. Specky...Turbo...No Cat...
4. Specky...N/A...
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All dependent on Price...

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Postby ailwyn » Sat 16.08.2008, 17:40

Specky wrote:All dependent on Price...


As always, but we need to make sure that we can hit the magic 10 before we bother going any further.
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Postby G UK » Sat 16.08.2008, 18:33

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat
3. Specky - Turbo - No Cat
4. Specky - N/A
5. G UK - Turbo - with SportCat
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Postby Cesare » Mon 18.08.2008, 09:42

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat
3. Specky - Turbo - No Cat
4. Specky - N/A
5. G UK - Turbo - with SportCat
6. Cesare - Turbo - No Cat
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Postby PiperRS » Mon 18.08.2008, 11:29

Hello

Just going to put some part numbers to these to keep it all nice and tidy. Can you edit the title so people can register their interest in 2.25" systems in this thread also? Or maybe start another one for 2.25" systems.

PIPEXH1 - 2.5" system - suit Turbo - With Sports cat
PIPEXH2 - 2.5" system - suit Turbo - Without Sports cat
PIPEXH3 - 2.25" system - suit turbo - With Sports cat
PIPEXH4 - 2.25" system - suit Turbo - Without Sports cat
PIPEXH5 - 2.25" system - suit Non turbo - With Sports cat
PIPEXH6 - 2.25" system - suit Non Turbo - Without Sports cat

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1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat - PIPEXH1
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
3. Specky - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
4. Specky - N/A - PIPEXH6
5. G UK - Turbo - with SportCat - PIPEXH1
6. Cesare - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
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Kind Regards

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Postby ailwyn » Mon 18.08.2008, 12:26

Garry,

I'll change the title, however you do realise that PIPEXH4 would be in direct competition with Peco?

Just checking as you'd previously indicated that you wouldn't want to compete directly.

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Postby PiperRS » Mon 18.08.2008, 12:29

Yes thats fine. Just seeing where the interest is :)

Hopefully they can continue supply but im just getting prepared just in case.

Has anyone had any further news from Peco as yet?
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Postby ailwyn » Mon 18.08.2008, 12:32

As far as we can gather Peco are back in business (buy-out) and will continue to ship 2.25" SE (turbo non-cat) systems through Cybox on E-Bay.
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Postby PiperRS » Mon 18.08.2008, 12:40

Okay then. Shall put that on the back burner for now and carry on with the 2.5" development.

if we make a N/A system, this would most likely be in 2.25" also so doing the different front to suit the turbo will be very simple. We shall see when the cars are here i guess.
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Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 18.08.2008, 13:17

Garry,

I doubt a cat is required with the N/A - only a hundred or so produced, all UK and pre-emission requirements.

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Postby PiperRS » Mon 18.08.2008, 13:33

No worries. Will consider that when developing the exhausts.

Thank you for all the Info.
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Postby Freelander » Mon 18.08.2008, 15:57

Peco may have limited resources at the moment. Their inability to respond to emails and provide basic information on availability is worrying. I would prefer to see a competitive product from Piper.

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat - PIPEXH1
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
3. Specky - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
4. Specky - N/A - PIPEXH6
5. G UK - Turbo - with SportCat - PIPEXH1
6. Cesare - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
7. Freelander - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH4 (alternatively PIPEXH2)
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Postby Monty » Mon 18.08.2008, 19:45

Freelander wrote:Peco may have limited resources at the moment. Their inability to respond to emails and provide basic information on availability is worrying. I would prefer to see a competitive product from Piper.


:agree:

Peco do not have sole right to produce an Exhaust for LEC + peco is on the noisy side and that put a few members off. The more competion the better, gives members more choice :-D IMHO go a head and do the 2 1/4" system as i would imagine this wil be the system most will go for. I may even buy a silencer of you lol :-D
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Postby Jackonicko » Mon 18.08.2008, 21:38

Am I being stupid? Is there a target price for EXH2/4?

Would this include the ceramic coated down-pipe?
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Postby ailwyn » Mon 18.08.2008, 21:47

Target is currently aimed at around £300 (excluding any cat), I'm guessing that wouldn't include any ceramic coating and would start from the triangular flange, same as the peco.

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Postby dapinky » Mon 18.08.2008, 23:16

1. Ailwyn - Turbo - with SportCat - PIPEXH1
2. A B Munro - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
3. Specky - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
4. Specky - N/A - PIPEXH6
5. G UK - Turbo - with SportCat - PIPEXH1
6. Cesare - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH2
7. Freelander - Turbo - No Cat - PIPEXH4 (alternatively PIPEXH2)
8. dapinky - SE - No cat - PIPEXH4
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Having used Piper for stuff in the past, i (personally) like their kit.
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