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    Hi All,

    I have a single exit 1.9 CDTI vectra 58 plate and have purchased a twin exit SRI system from a 2.0T.

    On my car there is the CAT, then a centre section silencer, then single branch pipe onto back box.

    However the 2.0T urbo dual exit exhaust that i have purchsed just has a single pipe from the CAT to the both back boxes. So there is no centre silencer.

    So if i fit this to my 1.9 CDTI 150 SRI will it be an issue that there will no longer be a centre section?
    Will teh emissions be ok for an MOT?

    Cheers

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    As yours is a diesel it doesn't have an emission test for the mot, just a soot test. Silencers don't do anything for emissions anyway.

    Fit it, it will be fine as many others have done the same thing as you are thinking of doing.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    It will be fine! for sure, There will be NO difference in how load it is, You will however loose that mid car sports sounding burble when booted, This will be replaced with a 'slight' woosh from the rear pipes when changing gear.

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    my old twin exit back boxes from my siggy went to a cdti 150 siggy, he fitted them himself in no time and with no problems..
    My old Signum, the animal; she now rests in pieces in several other members cars.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=200
    The wifes vec show car, started as a standard daily driver and ended up like this. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=709



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