ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Terracar » Mon Jan 23, 2012 1:15 pm

Option A:
Mid-pipe + TP. (Normal retail would be $650)

Option B:
Mid-pipe, TP & Cat. (Normal retail would be $730)

Option C:
Mid-pipe & Cat. (Normal retail would be $690)

Here are the original figures when we first set this up for a ball park. Keep in mind prices are always subject to change, so I will let Dave or Evan chime in for confirmation.


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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Trackforged » Mon Jan 23, 2012 8:04 pm

YerRandO wrote:
Trackforged wrote:We still make these guys so if anyone ever comes across this it it always something we will be able to make, we keep the design for everything we build.


Whats the price now that the group buy is over?


Terracar wrote:Option A:
Mid-pipe + TP. (Normal retail would be $650)

Option B:
Mid-pipe, TP & Cat. (Normal retail would be $730)

Option C:
Mid-pipe & Cat. (Normal retail would be $690)

Here are the original figures when we first set this up for a ball park. Keep in mind prices are always subject to change, so I will let Dave or Evan chime in for confirmation.


-Terracar


Those prices are now in effect since the group buy is over.

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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby st185rc » Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:37 pm

I just put this thing on to my car yesterday, excellent fit and finish. My butt dyno let me know that it has woken up the turbo quite a bit.
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby sentraman » Mon Feb 13, 2012 3:50 pm

Very glad that you had a great experience with installing and enjoying the new benefits.
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Trackforged » Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:56 pm

st185rc wrote:I just put this thing on to my car yesterday, excellent fit and finish. My butt dyno let me know that it has woken up the turbo quite a bit.


Glad you like it! :D
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Redrkt01 » Mon Feb 27, 2012 3:53 pm

No joy for the ST165? What a shame! I wish it would've worked out.
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby sentraman » Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:22 pm

So has everyone that has purchased a MP gave some sort of feedback on here? Is there any interest in having another GB on this pipe?
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby sentraman » Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:23 pm

Redrkt01 wrote:No joy for the ST165? What a shame! I wish it would've worked out.



I thought the 185 was rare, but man the 165 is even more rare lol
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Brad_91 » Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:45 pm

Brad_91 wrote:Received mine in the mail the other day!
Can't comment on its fitment because I won't put it in until spring, but I will give a big +1 for the quality! Looks very well made :)
Thanks a lot TrackForged :D :D
Here is a quick link to a picture of it (i hope it works):
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/18/img0238jzf.jpg/




Just put it on a week or two ago, and it was very easy! Perfect fit. Certainly made a nice difference too :)
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby sentraman » Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:03 pm

Brad_91 wrote:
Brad_91 wrote:Received mine in the mail the other day!
Can't comment on its fitment because I won't put it in until spring, but I will give a big +1 for the quality! Looks very well made :)
Thanks a lot TrackForged :D :D
Here is a quick link to a picture of it (i hope it works):
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/18/img0238jzf.jpg/




Just put it on a week or two ago, and it was very easy! Perfect fit. Certainly made a nice difference too :)



That is great to hear Brad.
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Trackforged » Mon May 07, 2012 11:12 pm

sentraman wrote:
Brad_91 wrote:
Brad_91 wrote:Received mine in the mail the other day!
Can't comment on its fitment because I won't put it in until spring, but I will give a big +1 for the quality! Looks very well made :)
Thanks a lot TrackForged :D :D
Here is a quick link to a picture of it (i hope it works):
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/18/img0238jzf.jpg/




Just put it on a week or two ago, and it was very easy! Perfect fit. Certainly made a nice difference too :)



That is great to hear Brad.


+1 glad to hear it :)

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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Trackforged » Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:32 pm

If anyone is interested in dropping off an ST165 we'd be happy to cut you a deal on our midpipe!


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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby Trackforged » Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:56 pm

Just shipped a set to Australia!

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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby 94 MR2 Turbo » Mon Jun 25, 2012 5:49 pm

Some general questions about this mid pipe and our exhuast system in general.

1) I currently have this pipe with no cat and im trying to make it quiter. will the cat make it drown less? I currently have an hks hi power and its just so loud and im getting annoyed of it.

2) totaly different but.. im probly going to mod my exhuast to either have a 3rd muffler or a resinator. what would make the biggest difference?

I have kk engine mounts and carbon drive shaft that made it even more drowny but I belive that exhuast is the biggest problem.

Whats is everyones thoughts?

should I open a new thread?
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Re: ST185 3" Stainless mid-pipe is a go!

Postby sentraman » Tue Jul 10, 2012 1:05 pm

I would probably look to have a resonator installed after the midpipe... Should help out a bit and not cause any power loss.
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