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talltorontoguy 09-17-2009 12:56 PM

Custom Exhaust - East GTA?
 
Hey guys,

Any recommendations on a shop to fabricate a custom 3" exhaust on my m30 E30? Looking for reasonable price and great quality work.

Rod

InfiniteDice 09-17-2009 02:12 PM

Whatever you do, make sure it comes apart in 1/2. It's a serious PITA to have a single piece exhaust. And get stainless... with stainless welds, get them to tuck it high, and flatten the pipe where the stock exhaust is flattened, or you'll be rubbing everywhere.

I hate exhaust work, mainly because it costs so much to have it done right, and not end up a beggar.

talltorontoguy 09-17-2009 05:18 PM

Thanks for the tips. I do plan on having 2 pieces. Do you have any links to pictures of a completed exhaust with the flattened portions? Does the flattened portion affect flow?

Anyone know a good shop in eastern Scarborough or even better, Pickering/Whitby?

bimmerjoe 09-17-2009 06:27 PM

hot rod scott in etobicoke

e30_kid89 09-17-2009 10:39 PM

Try noise boyz or W/e in scarborough

craz azn 09-17-2009 10:43 PM

noyzboyz also has a new location in Port Perry, in addition to the current Scarborough location.

Mystikal 09-22-2009 08:25 AM

Noyz Boyz did my mandrel setup for cheap. And it's pretty much artwork under there.

dbworld4k 09-22-2009 08:39 AM

+1. Seen Jay's setup and it is amazing.

InfiniteDice 09-22-2009 08:50 AM

Flattens where it crosses under the rear subframe. Flattening the pipe/s shouldn't do anything, it's the same circumference just more oblong.

If the guys say Noyz Boyz is good, give them a try.

iverson03tj 11-17-2009 06:05 PM

Go to a do-it-your-self shop and try doing it yourself, You will be surprised at how easy it is, after you get a hang of it. Its just like anything in life, once u learn the trick, its pretty much smooth sailing from there. Just remember to practice the welding on some spare pipes, before u do the real thing.

dgmorr 12-20-2009 09:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iverson03tj (Post 1366661)
Go to a do-it-your-self shop and try doing it yourself, You will be surprised at how easy it is, after you get a hang of it. Its just like anything in life, once u learn the trick, its pretty much smooth sailing from there. Just remember to practice the welding on some spare pipes, before u do the real thing.



What and where is a DIY shop?

PROJECT_E36 12-25-2009 07:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iverson03tj (Post 1366661)
Go to a do-it-your-self shop and try doing it yourself, You will be surprised at how easy it is, after you get a hang of it. Its just like anything in life, once u learn the trick, its pretty much smooth sailing from there. Just remember to practice the welding on some spare pipes, before u do the real thing.

LOL, welding properly with stainless steel take countless hours to learn how to do PROPERLY. Anyone can try to weld two pieces of metal, but for it not to fall apart or leak in a mounth or two of use takes a bit of skill.

Steve30 12-25-2009 10:15 PM

Hearing it is also amazing! One of the sickest sounding E36's I've ever heard! *rockout*

Quote:

Originally Posted by dbworld4k (Post 1347698)
+1. Seen Jay's setup and it is amazing.


uber e36 12-27-2009 01:06 PM

The previous owner of my setup (qwk325) had it fabricatied at Majestic Muffler - right where Kingston/Sheppard/401 meet.


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