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Old 03-13-2009, 09:29 PM
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Default FYI on 850 Exhaust setup.

I have the new exhaust for a week now and was finishing getting the parts to install it.
I had to get an exhaust housing for the turbo to remove the Conical setup and install a straight flange setup.

This is the new setup I needed.
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And here is what I found.
When compairing the new housing to the old one there is a pretty big difference. See in the pics below the difference in the 2 housings. The newer one is alot bigger on the exit where the exhaust connects than the old one.

It was a pretty big surprise to me when I first saw it as well. I just wanted to share with everyone what I found.

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Once the full exhaust is done I will post pics as well of the system. I will also do a sound clip if I can figure out how to post it.
 
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sWEET!!!! Can't wait for the pics... Maybe a real life inspection of the car
 
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Old 03-13-2009, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Somthngfrce View Post
sWEET!!!! Can't wait for the pics... Maybe a real life inspection of the car
Hopefully really soon still waiting on a few parts. But might still install it and drive without the tails for now till the parts come in.
 
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Old 03-13-2009, 09:48 PM
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Oh no..... I want to see one thing on that. The square tips! Those are straight up badass! I might have to get them on mine after the suspension is done!
 
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Old 03-13-2009, 09:51 PM
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Yes they are AWESOME!!! But the next couple of weekends busy and all I need is the 2 other flanges to come in and be welded in quick then the tails will be on.
SO I am really not sure if I want to install the rest then when they come in have them quick welded in and done or not.
 
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Old 03-14-2009, 12:22 AM
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Nice...Should flow a lot better Now!

You should port the exhaust housing.

Post a video when complete!

Edit:// so who did you end up getting this piece from?
 

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Old 03-14-2009, 05:56 AM
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I got it from the guy on Turbobricks that you told me about in the other post.
It was $40.00 shipped.
 
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Sweet! good deal. I was thinking about getting a turbo from him.

Hope it goes good for you tech!
 
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Old 03-14-2009, 09:26 PM
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It did I installed it today. Check out my progression post in a little bit.
 
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pictchas! I wanna see them.
 
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dude im droolin over that exhuast!
 
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Old 09-26-2009, 11:10 AM
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Thanks!!!!!
 
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Just starting to look at exhaust altenatives -- what model years are the conical vs. model years for the flat flange? how much trouble to change if i am going to install a downpipe back exhaust anyway?
i must presume the flat flange is still 'gettable'. more questions on your conversion elsewhere!
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The 94 and 95 have the conical setup. The 96 and up have the straight flange. But later models also have the angled flange. I was going to link you to a site but it is not working now. But here is the link anyways.http://www.quickbrickmotorsports.com...lange_list.htm
 
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On the exhaust: I have an exhaust leak, and have no clue what condition the exhaust is in - I didn't bother to look at it when i bought the car because I planned on replacing it anyway. Has anyone here had a shop just bend them a 3" piece of pipe for a turbo bacvk exhaust? That's what I'm considering doing. A friend of mine is an electrical genius and said he would have NO problem wiring something up for me to fool the back O2 sensor into thinking there was still a cat there.

Any thoughts on this, or how feasable it is? I'm pretty sure I can get that done a LOT cheaper than i can buy an aftermarket exhaust. I'll probably buy a flowmaster to have welded into the exhaust at some point.
 
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I have never seen one piece for the whole exhaust before. yes you can do a custom one. as for the O2 sensor... i will let tech comment.
 
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There is an easier way to trick the rear o2 sensor.
 
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Tech: and that way is...? Please fill this n00b in!
 
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Old 06-05-2010, 09:47 AM
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Go to the local auto parts store and find the spark plug Non foulers.Like these. http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web..._A|GRP2037____
Then this is what you need to do. Both in the end with be screwed together then screwed into the rear O2 sensor location. But before you put them in you will have to drill the center hole bigger so the O2 sensor will fit into the first on closest to the sensor.

What that does is pull the rear O2 out of the direct exhaust flow. Then the sensor only sees a slight bit of flow and fools it into thinking all is well.
 

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