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What did you do with your exhaust?

The valance comes with quad sleeves but unless you swap to back boxes also with quad tips I guess the only option is to cut the single tips off and fit custom quad tips to sit inside the sleeves that come with the valance?

I currently have a Ford Racing by Borla Sport catback and reckon the only option is to cut the tips off and weld a couple of Y-pieces on in their place...?

 

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What did you do with your exhaust?

The valance comes with quad sleeves but unless you swap to back boxes also with quad tips I guess the only option is to cut the single tips off and fit custom quad tips to sit inside the sleeves that come with the valance?

I currently have a Ford Racing by Borla Sport catback and reckon the only option is to cut the tips off and weld a couple of Y-pieces on in their place...?
I fitted the Ford Racing Borla Sport cat back QUAD to mine
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Choppity chop and weld, might even be able to chop off existing pipe and get a clamp on quad setup.
 

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Cut my MF tips off, put some quad pipes through it in a "ypipe" style.

An actual Y pipe being fabbed up to fit (Because standard back boxes aren't aligned to it) was about £500 and took about 6hrs of fabbing and faffing.

I'm considering just binning the "tips" that come with it; and just get some bolt on tips and put them onto it.
 

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I used my original tips and got them welded to my back boxes.. luckily I had 4 tips:)

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^ this is what i want to do.

Enoch, do they "rattle" (as in the tips move when the exhaust is cold? or are they pretty rigid?
 

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^ this is what i want to do.

Enoch, do they "rattle" (as in the tips move when the exhaust is cold? or are they pretty rigid?
They’re rigid....no rattles
 

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