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*New* J's Racing 70mm and 60mm Exhaust systems!

Hi guys,

FINALLY. J's have announced they are releasing 2 exhaust systems for the FN2.

J's Racing 70RR -
Fully titanium - very light - 70mm bore - 1 silencer - right single exit - loud (race!)





J's Racing 60RS -
Fully titanium - very light - 60mm bore - 2 silencers - left single exit - 6.2ps+




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post #2 of 113 (permalink) Old 16th February 2010, 23:16
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Mmmmm titanium! Bet the 70mm is mentally loud though! Need some Db figures and vids.
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the 70 mm can only be used with stock exhaust manifold.
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Nuno the 70mm could be used with the 4-1 feel's manifold



sorry for the offtopic james
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the 70 mm can only be used with stock exhaust manifold.
yea, saw that, FAIL

unless... are those slip joins on the pipes?
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Yes but 4-1 stock exhaust manifold style sucks ffor power. That feel's shorty EM is very bad. You need long primary exhaust manifold pipes for power.
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yea, saw that, FAIL

unless... are those slip joins on the pipes?
saw that too. If slip join we can put some inox pipe to conect to the race header, because can't cut titanium and weld...
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Silly question but why only the single exit?
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more "direct" exhaust with less back pressure and less weight.

have one, almost identical of the J's 60RS, for almost a year
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I don't like.
The bend over the axle on the 60mm looks oval like the stock exhaust bend.
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J's racing did this on the 70RR for the EP3. Their system incorporated a decat, and then you could use their 4-2 header (which was actually quite good).

But as you say Nuno, you usually do need a full race header to make the most power.

We'll see what J's come up with.

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Wow, it looks really nice. Titanium alloy?
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Fully titanium yep. So light as hell.
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Hey James,
can you tell us if the 70RR is 2 piece or 3 piece with slip joins?
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can you tell us if the 70RR is 2 piece or 3 piece with slip joins?
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I'll look into it, although they have only *just* been announced.
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What kind of titanium is it?
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We've asked Japan if the 2 parts are like a sleeve fitment.

Like this quick picture..



If so, the system will be about 160 cheaper to ship as it will go into a smaller box.
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What kind of titanium is it?
Are you seriously interested in buying this item?
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How come this is just a single exit
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How come this is just a single exit
Lightweight and more direct flow.
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