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Old 20-01-2013   #1
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Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

Want half an Abarth 'Monza' exhaust for you Twinair?

Get one of these!

I sourced mine from Dotshop Italy.

Really great prices and fast delivery too [even from Italy]

The exhaust has given the Twinair a nice deep growl without being loud.

Looks amazing too.

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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

A growl? Seriously? Maybe at speed it could almost be construed as so, but surely at idle it just sounds like a lawnmower ticking over?

I happen to think the engine produces enough noise with the standard exhaust as it comes, but each to their own! (I own a TA incase you're wondering).
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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

Lol, seriously, it's a growl! Sounds great at idle too.

The rear 'bulge' silencer box is deleted and the pipe is physically a bigger diameter.

Very reminiscent of the original 500 Twin. Not 'lawnmowerish' at all.

It is not intrusive and the engine induction noise but you can really hear the difference.

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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

Is it a bolt on?
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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

I've seen and heard the 500 Twin Air with the Magnetti-Marelli stainless exhaust and it looks and sounds superb. It has a "factory" look about it and the fit is perfect. It's one clamp to undo to remove the existing exhaust and the new one bolts straight on. Two people can easily do it in 30 minutes with a jack and a socket.

It's so good that I've ordered one to replace the Ragazzon that I currently have.
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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

Hi , does anyone have full picture of this exhaust ?

Does it go from the front down pipe back pre the flexi joint or is it just the end pipe after the first box what does it include ?

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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

Looks like a back box (or pipe):

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Quote Originally Posted by UFI View Post
Is it a bolt on?
Yes, fits the standard middle/front pipe.
I fitted it on the drive (with a helping hand from Mark1968. Thanks Mark)
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Quote Originally Posted by iangray100 View Post
Hi , does anyone have full picture of this exhaust ?

Does it go from the front down pipe back pre the flexi joint or is it just the end pipe after the first box what does it include ?

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It is just the rear section from just in front of the rear suspension beam.
The pipe standard pipe is joined there so it just replaces this section.
The 'bulge' silencer part is deleted do its just a straight though pipe and relies on the middle box if the standard pipe to keep things quiet.
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Quote Originally Posted by bgunn View Post
Looks like a back box (or pipe):

Yep. That's the one.
What's really nice is that the tailpipes are exactly one half of the Abarth 'Monza' exhaust : )
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Re: Magneti Marelli exhaust for Twinair

Any chance of putting a video showing the sound up on youtube?
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did insurance want any more money?
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Any chance of putting a video showing the sound up on youtube?
Ok will do tonight.
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Yes. £48 per year extra.
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