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WANTED: NB header back OEM exhaust. $100


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SchadenFred

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EDIT:  Got one, thanks!

 

I'm after a cheap OEM exhaust for my 01 VVT Miata. I'm running a SM exhaust right now. It's no good for HPDE because I can't hear my instructor.

If anyone has an OEM exhaust lying around, contact me and I will turn it into some cash. I'll also consider partial trade for the race pipe that's on the car.



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I’ve got one off an ‘01 with 84k miles on it. Includes mid pipe with cat and muffler. All OEM I’m in college station.

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I have an'01 mid pipe and muffler all factory and in good shape $50.00

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You could also put a flange on your existing exhaust and attach an additional muffler. The OEM setup is going to be much more restrictive.


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You could also put a flange on your existing exhaust and attach an additional muffler. The OEM setup is going to be much more restrictive.

Too much work.  The OEM setup will stay on only as long as I need an instructor in the car.  One day soon it will be coming back out again, so a cheap bolt-on-and-go solution gives me results for minimum effort and cost.  I can live with the power loss for the time being.

I picked up Rev's exhaust yesterday.  I'll be swapping it in this weekend.