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    Default CDTI Exhaust flexy... Whats the best fix?

    06 Sig 150 CDTI, as title suggests the flexy is starting to blow pretty noticably now. Wondering if anyone's had any success replacing the flexy piece alone or does the whole assembly need done for reliability.

    Any constructive suggestions most welcome!

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    You can buy a new flexi from Andrew Pages or similar, even ebay... they either clamp on or you can have them welded on.
    I had mine replaced on my old dti (welded in) any decent exhaust fabricator will be able to do this for around £60 including parts.

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    Go to a custom exhaust place m8. I went to one and it cost me £75 but different places may charge differently.

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    60-80 quid is the going price for supply and fit of a new flexi from a custom place

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    Cheers for responses chaps, good to know the whole assembly does not need to be replaced. Still miffed to have to do it at all at 4yrs old mind you. ****** GM junk.

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