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As above its it possible to make an aftermarket exhaust for a turbo fit an n/a?

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Probably, but it will reduce your cars performance. Turbos require a completely free flowing exhaust, whilst N/As need a bit of back pressure.

Don't know about Mk2s but the optimum exhaust diameter for the Mk1 is 2.25-2.5 inches.

HTH

Chris

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right cheers, was just wanting to know as I seen an exhaust I quite fancied but they dont make it for the n/a :(

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Wont fit mate, different shape

I asked this question a while ago.

And you also require a little back pressure on n/a's as Limeymk1 said :thumbsup:

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just need to get pics and get something custom made to look similar.... anyways back to finding a car first!! LOL

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yep... that would help :D

Have you noticed there are loads of mr2's in hamilton recently?

Must be at least 6 or 7 that i know about... B)

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not been driving must recently been drinking far too much. Saw a purple tbar though one afternoon and there is now 2 in strathaven aswell, what I wanna know is where are they all finding them?? LOL

See one in auto trader but its too far to go look so hoping that someone will be my saviour and go look at it for me lol. I almost gave up hope the other day and was just going to build a 2ltr corsa..... eek!

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