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    Hi,

    I know they are rare items but I'm searching for a pair of X-Power exhaust for a saloon.
    I'm still with originals one and I'd like a more american V8 sound.
    I could go for the Zero but after listening to several vidéos I'd like to have a more baritone sound.

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    the removal of the tube in the std boxes works well ,not quite as low a note as x powers i think .


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    Thank you for your suggestion, this could be a route to follow !
    Do you know if there is somewhere a video where we could listen the result ?
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    maybe i'll have to do one.. once no 50's been sorted, end of the week i reckon..


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    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remi View Post
    Thank you for your suggestion, this could be a route to follow !
    Do you know if there is somewhere a video where we could listen the result ?
    Remi,
    There are plenty on "youtube" under MGZT260`s.
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    Hi Pete,
    Yes I find plenty of youtube videos with xpower, cobra, powerflow exhausts but not with the original boxes with tube removed (like ceedy suggest).
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    modded standards for me as you dont get that resonance like you do off the others

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    Can someone who had modified 'standard' exhausts do a video for the collective please? We'd be very grateful.

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    I have seen a few pictures somewhere on the Internet of somebody who had done it. Basically they cut the top of the silencer open, cut a pipe out and rewelded it back up.

    Steve

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