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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 19th June 2018, 22:12 Thread Starter
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Sportex B Pipe

Anyone got any experience of a Sportex B Pipe fitted to an FN2? Canít find much on them.

As the original B pipe has crimped bends being restrictive Iím thinking with this larger and none crimped bends may help with flow until I eventually get a Catback.

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Taken from another site as I'm interested in this also

The only real variation between them is that some have silencers and some don't. It will be considerably louder at full throttle if it does not have a silencer. The OEM B-pipe is considered one of the most restrictive parts of the exhaust system and thus gains are to be had from upgrading it
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Cheers for that, looking on FB a lot seem to say they have issues fitting the sportex one for one reason or another. I may go for a prefab one to include a sports cat if I don't go for a full system now.

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Yeah I read that also, might be an okay fit pending on the fittings are each end, I know mine at the back box are okay, not sure on the front, will need to check before getting one.
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