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Old 05-06-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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I need a front pipe for my 1989 non turbo mk3 supra, where do I get one and will a turbo model front pipe fit?
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Moved to the MKIII section.


EDIT: I don't know what you're calling the "front pipe" If you're referring to the header or collector (downpipe on turbo cars) then no. Everything from the catalytic converter on back will fit, nothing else.
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as I said, my supra is non turbo, it only has two exhaust pipes, front and rear, simple, nothing else, front pipe connects straight onto manifold with two crush rings, I wanted to know if a turbo model has the same front pipe as there appears to be plenty of turbo model exhausts available for spares
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EDIT: Okay, I missed the finer points of your description. You're referring to the collector.
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I got the pipe you are talking about off of rockauto.com a few years back. I think it should be around 70 or so. The only down side is that it does not have the factory heat shielding on it. It is probably cheaper to make it that way. I have one in like new condition but it might not be worth shipping it.
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The main difference is: the Turbo has one pipe connection to the manifold, whereas the Non Turbo has two. In the UK only the Turbo has a cat, depending on the county both may be fitted with cat`s.

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.....I wanted to know if a turbo model has the same front pipe as there appears to be plenty of turbo model exhausts available for spares

No, turbo is different as per the previous posts. Your best bet is probably to get a decent stainless pipe from somewhere like janspeed or custom chrome, it'll last the life of the car then. (I've got a custom chrome racing stainless exhaust on my turbo & it's great quality. Made by the people that make the cherry bomb ) or if you don't plan to keep the car long enough to be worth going stainless maybe ask around local exhaust fitters as someone may well have something that will fit.
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