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    Angry exhaust fitted, but needs adjustment

    finially managed to get someone to fit the exhaust , i purchased from ebay..

    Firstly I will never be buying an after market for a cheap company again

    The back boxes were the only part that was any good the rest was just put in the bin, the car had been in the garage for 5 hours being fitted for an hour job

    But thanks to a switched on lad, he has managed to make a new y section for the car and fabricated the pipes to fit the back boxes.

    As you can see from the pics they need lifting up a bit and the valance cutting out but they fit superbly...

    Relating to the above they suggested that if i get the rear colour coded it would look a lot better but I am oper to views on this issue


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    I like it, totally new look from the usual dual set ups.

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    A pain in the @ss..... but it looks really good mate

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    can some one photoshop the pic so that the rear valance is body coloured, as i have been quote £150 for all trim to be colour coded and £40 for a front wheel refurb

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    Back in the days when I had a VW VR6 Corrado I had a custom Stainless box fitted, It looked f**kin ace. I did have a little problem with melting round the Back box as it was too close to the body!! Just make sure the lad has fitted it to the correct mount mate. I looks very good I must say.

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    Go with the colour coding.. you'll love it.., and it'll set off those pipes a treat..

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    yep colour coding will finish it off nicely. those pipes look really good!

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    you need a trim at the bottom of the bumper for the tails to sit in a little, looks a bit to 'added on' i.m.o
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VECTRA-SRI-REA...QQcmdZViewItem
    then the twin exit trim insert ..

    or a bit more http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-VECTR...QQcmdZViewItem ?

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    there lookin good mate, did they come with the hangers attached? what did the exhaust cost u all in, in the end?

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    Looking very nice, do they sound good to ??

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