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    Talk to me about sports cat and downpipes. Who's had them done, are there any power gains? Roughly what price would it cost? The reason I'm asking is My cat is probably on its way out. I trying to decide whether it's worth doing against buying a standard one.

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    I have a Ferrita 3" stainless downpipe with 100cpi sportcat, I bought it from Maptun/Neo Bros. Cost was about £500. Signumboy had one made using a VXR cat.

    It does give you power gains and a lovely exhaust note..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman_nige View Post
    I have a Ferrita 3" stainless downpipe with 100cpi sportcat, I bought it from Maptun/Neo Bros. Cost was about £500. Signumboy had one made using a VXR cat.

    It does give you power gains and a lovely exhaust note..
    Holy Jesus mother of god. Thats a lot of money, well it is to me any way. Are there any other cheaper options

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    well you can get a quote to have one made but some places refush to make them with a 100cpi cat. Then its all down to their abilities and quality of workmanship.
    The wifes vec show car is currently being stripped for parts before i scrap it, keep an eye on the sales section.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garage_vehicle.php?do=view_vehicle&id=709




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