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SeanD last won the day on August 9 2016

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  1. Some images of it. Eventually made 350bhp.
  2. You can, there is already one fitted to a +300brake version in Poland. Mine fits onto a 2.5'' exhaust pipe. What counts really with a turbo is what happends in the line before the rear muffler.
  3. Hi and which do you mean ? The first two are round at 150mm and 380mm long. The Street is oval : Dimensions : Entry pipe = 63mm / 2.5’’ diameter (with 67mm sleeve) 110mm long Box = 350mm long and 240mm wide x 110mm Exit pipe = 1x63mm / 2.5’’ diameter (200mm long) Total length = 660mm (front of entry pipe to upper end of exit pipe)
  4. Hi guys. Been a while and I'm sure that you've been as busy as I have elsewhere. The last batch in August sold out within 2x months and the latest has just arrived meaning that my garage once again becomes a rich 'dump' of cardboard and stainless-steel ! If anyone is interested, not all was pre-paid and reserved - prices remain the same. Kind regards.
  5. Hi...or theirs looks very close to mine, Fujitsubo also......or we've all gone donc the same path....! Without knowing the bore sizes and the placing of the three bolt-holes, I can't confirm. However, I can share with you what my Street-sport header flange is like for you to compare if you have the Trust header already.
  6. I haven't mentioned this before but.......goodies ! There is no profit in this - it's just for fun so here is the range : Lanyards $4 Iron-on embroidered patches $6 (images to follow) Leather, laser-cut key-rings (choice of two shapes) $12 100% cotton T-shirts $14 Grill badges (printed resin on s-steel) $30 All with postage on top (if not ordering with a header/line/muffler) but I'll get them out as cheap as poss. normally no more than $12
  7. Hi. A little bit of news and an update of my prices. Unfortunately, with the way the € is performing against foreign currencies, I’ve had to readdress prices with an inevitable but modest (2.5-ish %) increase. As a good gesture, anyone with the intention to buy can do so now (against an August delivery) and pay using the previous prices ! I have some parts still in stock – the rest will be available from mid-August. Included now on the list are my new 280ZX parts and extra S30 rear silencer options. In 2018, I’m hoping to offer a choice of S30 downpipes and also an L28ET header and downpipe. Kind regards, Sean
  8. Hi. a) Overall length from the top of the longest exit pipe to the beginning of the entry pipe is 670mm. From mounting point to point is 420mm from the exterior of each mounting nut/point (400 when measuring from the inside of each point to point). c) Muffler itself length is 380mm. 1mm = 0.0393701 inches (1" = 25.4mm) and therefore : a) = 26.38" = 16.55" c) = 14.96" Any further questions, please don't hesitate - happy to help.
  9. Well, they're not Ansa or Monza but they're not $400 for mild steel parts either. $176 the part (clamp and straps included) $70 shipping (tracked and insured) $246 full stainless-steel and slips onto a 2.5" pipe. Sorry for the subject hijack.
  10. Latest (2017) prices attached. I continue to evolve the parts and develop the range available and those parts marked '" * " are already being produced and will be available later in the year.
  11. Not cluttering up and all questions raise useful answers. I 've never seen a comp oil pan in the flesh - 'Nismo' didn't get to Europe ! Anymore questions - put 'em up here or MP whichever.
  12. I can't see the header snagging on your oil pan ! Look at the photo 004 on my previous post and tell me how much further out (on the exhaust side) protrudes the comp pan from a std pan ?
  13. Hi Ryan. None of the Race-Sport fitted but these in photos on two different cars are of the Full-Race - same form but with bigger primarys and therefore a little bit larger and coming down closer towards the driver's footwell than the gearbox flange. Can you share with us a couple of photos of you oil pan from above (exhaust side obviously) to visualise the space between it and the chassis rail for example ?
  14. My cars are outside waiting for some space so please hurrey up and order !