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Can someone advise me if its ok the fit my new exhaust before i go in for mapping in a few weeks time.

At the moment i am running the Litchfield stage 1 with Ypipe and standard rear sections

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No one can stop you - it's your car but I wouldn't until mapping arranged as different exhaust create different back pressure and you don't want to **** with your Turbo's etc
 

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Well asked ACspeed who are doing the Mapping, and said it will be ok so had it fitted..

The Exhaust was on ebay as a 3 inch, i got it for £500, Turns out its a 3.5inch Russ Fellows system and is awasome. Automotive exhaust Exhaust system Exhaust manifold Auto part Bumper
 

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Well asked ACspeed who are doing the Mapping, and said it will be ok so had it fitted..

The Exhaust was on ebay as a 3 inch, i got it for £500, Turns out its a 3.5inch Russ Fellows system and is awasome. View attachment 36009
Looks great mate can't wait for my Russ fellows system to come, spoke to litchfield and they said it will be safe to fit with no map as long as the downpipes are not changed but it might run a bit rich
 

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Looks great mate can't wait for my Russ fellows system to come, spoke to litchfield and they said it will be safe to fit with no map as long as the downpipes are not changed but it might run a bit rich
I've got the pro ecu cable if your needing a loan to do some logging mate
 

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Plenty, just the funds won't allow me to do so just yet.

Braided lines and better brake fluid are first before anything else.

After that there's a fair list.
Cooling
New seats + steering wheel
Litchfield stage 4.5
Circlips
Suspension
 
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