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    hello,
    Could anyone tell me if the back box (twin with sports tips! ) from a 2.2 vectra is the same as a 2.2 Signum pls?

    cheers ed

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    I can and no they are not. Saying that the only difference is the length of the tail pipe.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    oh ok, well thanks for letting me know anyhow! Im lookin to change my backbox from the hidden exhaust to the sports tail pipe one! proving rather expensive though and lookin for alternative methods. Vauxhall qouted me £43 or the rear diffuser part with the 2 exhaust cut outs which was a bargain! But then £560 for the back box!
    How scary! Mite get one made up or something!
    ANyone have any recomendations?? I literally just want the back box! FOr looks more than performance.

    Ed

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    If you have a mate with a welder or an exhaust centre then the pipes could be cut off, lengthened and welded back on
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    or cut off your existing pipe finishers and have new ones welded on for under a £100

    0-Large smile ......every time it's driven

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    Totaly different, the siggy boxes are angled towards the y section and then the tips are angles off to straighten them up. The Vec ones are all in line, its the pipework before the box that does all the bending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    Totaly different, the siggy boxes are angled towards the y section and then the tips are angles off to straighten them up. The Vec ones are all in line, its the pipework before the box that does all the bending.
    Oooops, Sorry

    What about the estate ones?
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Signum and estate are the same iirc as rushy said boxes are angled in.

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    Just cut off your existing downturn thingies and with your new diffuser in place bolt on some stainless trims.

    These people are superb (I've used them before), just tell them what you're up to and they'll sort you out for a few quid !!

    http://www.tailpipes.co.uk/

    Always recommend stainless, as chromed steel rots almost immediately with the onset of winter, when the council vandals start peppering everyone in highly corrosive saline solution !
    Last edited by Signumv6man; 21st August 2009 at 22:56.

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