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Old 08-30-2006, 08:40 PM   #1
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Hey guys I had a question about Cooleeze's 3" downpipe. I was wondering if I could switch out the stock downpipe with it and have it fit the rest of the stock exhaust?

I would REALLY appreciate a quick response! Thanks

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dont see why not...
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Old 08-31-2006, 05:26 AM   #3
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Just making sure. I havent read anywhere that it does in fact fit, and since the new Downpipe is 3" and the rest of the stock exhaust is smaller it made me wonder.
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the stock size piping on a turbo is 2 1/2 right?
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i've seen the engine compartment of a turbo
and i dunt see why it wouldnt fit another half an inch of clearance in there

although sum pics might help

did the ad say it was mde for mk3's?
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Yes it is specifically made for the MK3. I know it will hook up to the turbo, I was just worried it wouldnt hook up to the rest of the stock exhaust. My supra is my first car and I don't have much experience so I was just making sure it would fit on my stock supra.
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It will probably hook up to the stock cat, Might need to cut and weld some new hanger hooks, But the bolts should go. But your not going to get the full power increase from it with the stock exhaust still sitting there. Make it 3 inches all the way out! lol.
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Of course, I intend to go 3" turbo back... Once the money allows
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Ok good I am doing the same lol. I just put the car on the road though, And first i have to save up to buy a little 4 cyl car or something to get me around while i work on the supra. I plan on doing the 3 inch BIC ddp, 3 inch cat and flowmaster muffler, And I have yet to find a 3 inch pipe from cat to muffler that is jut plain steel, So ill have to make one. Im also getting the ebay turbo kit(bov, WG, FMIC, t4 turbo%manifold), But im ditching that t4 it comes with because the a/r is 1.05...way to high. But there is also t4 turbos on ebay with .8 ish a/rs. Or I just might try the 1.05 and see how well it performs.
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cooleeze makes a 3" cat back pipe with no muffler. Thats who I bought my downpipe from. Its a bit pricey though. Like $260 but that includes shipping, and thats out of Canada.. I would assume shipping from Canada is a bit more expensive. www.cooleeze.com if your interested.
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