HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby MikeWard » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:43 pm

Slammer wrote:Do anybody have clearance problems with that exhaust? The tailpipes are a little bigger than stock I think.
In my case the fascia melts above the tailpipes.

No problems at all on my car, there is clearance around the exhaust tips and the fascia.

Perhaps your fascia has warped and it's now sitting lower than normal?
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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby A Van » Tue Nov 07, 2017 2:52 pm

All ok on mine too


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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby BABIS » Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:16 am

Slammer wrote:Do anybody have clearance problems with that exhaust? The tailpipes are a little bigger than stock I think.
In my case the fascia melts above the tailpipes.

not the first... not the last! :lol:
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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby jerzybondov » Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:41 pm

Great write up Andy! Those guys in DMC-S really are the business :D :thumbsup:
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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby Spudmurphy » Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:39 pm

jerzybondov wrote:Great write up Andy! Those guys in DMC-S really are the business :D :thumbsup:

where are they situated?

Nice write up!
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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby andyd » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:30 am

Slammer wrote:Do anybody have clearance problems with that exhaust? The tailpipes are a little bigger than stock I think.
In my case the fascia melts above the tailpipes.


Just to follow up, I will need to either reposition the fascia or Dremel a bit more clearance around the tailpipes as mine is now just about touching on one side...

Very possibly my engine mounts are a bit squidgy tho...?

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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby bandit » Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:05 pm

I just left mine, the tips melt the edge of the lip I bit. Once it cools down it goes brittle & you just pull it off. Looks OE once done :D
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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby DMCDELLBOY » Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:14 pm

o by yer sen .
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Re: HaggisTek (or notes on fitting an exhaust)

Postby andyd » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:14 pm

bandit wrote:I just left mine, the tips melt the edge of the lip I bit. Once it cools down it goes brittle & you just pull it off. Looks OE once done :D


Thats my kind of preventative maintenance! :) top tip :thumbsup:
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