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Flexible Exhaust

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by wantaquad, May 6, 2011.

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  1. wantaquad

    wantaquad Active Member

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    Hello Gents,
    can anyone recommend a low cost good quality flexible exhaust seller please - I need about 2 foot of 57mm ID for a project exhaust
     
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    Pikey Dummy Ejection Facilitator..

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    EBAY FFS :mad:
     
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    poor show.


    I suggest the OP looks at the jetex website
     
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    Thanks for the responses - obviously I have trawled ebay, but I don't want the overpriced unravelling Cr*p that is mostly listed.
    The alternative proper flexible jointing sections listed appear to be too short for what I need.

    Just thought that some one who had engineered, rather than bodged, a modified exhaust might have a recommendation rather than some sarcastic (ebay FFS) reply.
     
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    You should be able to buy it from just about any of the motor factors.
     
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    ey up mate,,got a six foot length from local motor factors for £29 quid,,,didnt stock it but ordered it for next day delivery...
     
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    Problem is with the std flexi pipe is as its mild steel it very quickly rusts solid and stop being flexi.
    Stainless is probably the way to go but expensive.
    I would try and shorten the gap between the fixed pipes and use a stainless flexi with either weld on oe clamp on cuffs for a nice looking job.


    Lynall
     
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