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The centre section (with a silencer) was supplied, and both sections were fitted by my local independent garage, just prior to the MOT. So likely just (paid top dollar for) a pattern part centre section, although I did ask for a nicer one.



I did see the smaller engined versions on eBay, without the silencer. Although I understand the tubing diameter doesn't work effectively with the 100hp back box.



Apparently was a squeeze getting the Marelli back box twin tips in the standard rear bumper cut-out, and it was a little high to start. But it seems to have lowered in the recess, I'm assuming the rubber hangers have "bedded in"?



Very happy with the sound. Although I'm definitely curious about what it would've sounded like with out the centre silencer. But in retrospect, probably lucky not to have been able to easily pick one up. As the extra noise would probably draw more attention than I want.. I must remember that I'm a 40 something, not a 20 something.

I'm blaming the car, it's a hooligan


I'm 40 something and I drive mine like a hooligan...
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I've got a white one too, and we both know they're the fastest ones!
Maybe the white colour has extra hoonigan influencing qualities also?
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Thought it would be best to update thread. The marelli pipe from Italy fell through, the seller insisted it was to much hassle to post it.
Anyway, i went with with the raggazon Straight through with ulter back box. Not has loud as i thought it was gonna be. After a few hundred miles sounds good, burbles and pops in the right places and i nice "rasp" at a high end quick change.
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This is what I'm going for 👍🏻
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Re: oops another exhaust thread

I'm getting my 100hp exhaust done now from flexi to back box, straight thru full stainless powerflow.

here's the pics



Not too loud, tick over burbel louder than standard and a nice sound
not really given it a thrash yet so cant tell ya how loud at speed
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I have the Raggazon system with the Group N centre section with no silencer.

It's pretty loud, goes through MOT no problem. I'd like to hear what a Raggazon with the silenced centre sounds like.
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I'm getting my 100hp exhaust done now from flexi to back box, straight thru full stainless powerflow.

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Not too loud, tick over burbel louder than standard and a nice sound
not really given it a thrash yet so cant tell ya how loud at speed
That's looking great. Do you have a costs per section, mid, backbox etc it'd would be great to get ballpark figures for each part + labour
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That's looking great. Do you have a costs per section, mid, backbox etc it'd would be great to get ballpark figures for each part + labour
whole lot custom built from scratch....just choose the tail pipe style they do the rest.
it cost me 390 would of been more with the centre silencer, but it does'nt need it
they said the centre silencer really doesnt make much difference.
all i need now is a better manifold + cat
i can hear the exhaust even with my music thumping away at 50mph...ish
also it was handy having it up in the air like that, as it gave me chance to look underneath properly.
* rear axle signs of rust (not bad at that either)
*n/s bump stop broke...(in pic if you look closely, it's upside down lol) the rubber part in the base has broke away
* back box brackets on panda signs of rust...but not that bad either
* no signs of any oil leaks from gearbox or engine
next thing is transfer my coil overs from the 1100 panda to the 100hp and fit the strut brace.
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it cost me 390 would of been more with the centre silencer
holy crap!!!!! thats quite pricey for a pretty straight forward job!!!!
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holy crap!!!!! thats quite pricey for a pretty straight forward job!!!!
Seems not bad compared to the 290. that Powerflow in Bromley quoted me. An that was just for the mid section without silencer.
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time and labour....took 2hrs and he said he'd never done a Panda yet
i'm happy with the price...life time guarantee on all parts of it
the hardest part to do was the back box as the bend that comes in to the rear of the silencer is very close to the rear spring, standard silencer is offset where the pipe enters it, this is'nt
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Going the simpler/cheaper route, has anyone got any thoughts on one of these (see pic) for a straight section solution?

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Supersprint do a sports manifold and underfloor catalyst. It wont do much for performance without a remap, tuning box or maybe a Lambda shifter.
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