[urq] RE : exhaust stuff
laraa at sympatico.ca
Thu Apr 6 12:21:56 EDT 2006
Tsss, tsss, Brandon, you must speak "metric" about our cars:
60 mm for the 4000Q exhaust, 65 mm for the urQ's. :-)
But you are indeed right about the discrepancies (2.25 in vs 2.5 in).
BTW Mike, Eric's 1985 has actually a 4000Q Starla/Walker exhaust, and it
sounds (and feels) wimpy compared to my OEM setup. But it bolts right at
the cat, as you asked.
We will soon install a Ansa AU7007 muffler (any Maremont/Ansa retailer
can provide you one, even Shokan) at the end of a custom bent straight
pipe flanged at the downpipe. No cat, no middle muffler. This setup is
actually the one Brady has on his car, and it sounds real nice... not
loud, but a little "barky" and still deep bass, (it's the last time I
try to explain a sound with words in another language...). And it has
the very nice advantage of being inexpensive...
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : urq-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:urq-bounces at audifans.com] De la
> part de Brandon Rogers
> Envoye : 6 avril, 2006 11:47
> A : Mike Fitton; 'List Urq'
> Objet : Re: [urq] exhaust stuff
> pretty sure it has smaller diamater tubing - like 2 or 2.25" vs 2.5
> for urq
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mike Fitton" <rfitton at vt.edu>
> To: "'List Urq'" <urq at audifans.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 10:08 PM
> Subject: [urq] exhaust stuff
> > Anyone ever tried to use a 4KQ exhaust on an urQ or vice versa? Did
> > work? That flange connection over the rear axle looks pretty
> > specific, but the flanges on the cat look identical, so I'm thinking
> > that the cat-backs would be interchangable, even if a bad idea flow-
> > -Cheers!
> > Mike
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