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Old 25-11-2010, 05:27 PM   #1
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downpipe for r32 gts n/a

The exhaust system currently on my r32 gts has got about 100 welding plates over it so im quite sure its falling apart! the worst is the downpipe.

I was wondering if a downpipe from a r33 n/a model fit as im i'm having no luck in finding one for a r32 but n/a r33's seem to be more common.
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The ER33 And HR32 pipe will be the same. Atleast the part numbers are (20020-0V025).

To step up performance, you could remove the manifold and front attaching pipe and replace it entirely with an aftermarket header. Problem here is that its mega tough to find an affordable used manifold. And new, well makers like Fujistubo come in at a premium.

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Now this is a proper manifold. Wow.

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lmao, this is possibly the most random post I have ever seen on a forum!
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I was quite sure it would be the same as the downpipe for the turbo for r32/r33 are the same so why not n/a.

depending on my budget I may just drop a rb20det or rb25det in the summer so just after a quick fix for now realy.


thanks for the advice
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Now this is a proper manifold. Wow.

Frak me...that must cost a fortune!!
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I was quite sure it would be the same as the downpipe for the turbo for r32/r33 are the same so why not n/a.

depending on my budget I may just drop a rb20det or rb25det in the summer so just after a quick fix for now realy.


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Front flange on DE & DET motors are completely different. No chance of them working. Look at the front section of your 20DE flange. It should be 2-1. Where as 25DET motors have a single pipe flange.
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what i ment was il use the n/a rb25de downpipe as its more common and not bother with an uprated one as i plan to replace the while engine/exhaust..etc in the future from a turbo car.
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http://www.fujitsubo.co.jp/prods/det...04475/00000509

Whahahahaha Are they having a frakking laugh? Over 1700 euro`s for that??!!
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