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Old 27th January 2010, 18:32   #46
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Just got the Remus Exhaust Installed, Blows you outta your mind. Will post the Soundclip/Video Tomorrow.
Still seeking advice on the previous queries.
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Old 27th January 2010, 21:58   #47
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Bumble beast - I have got the same set of wheels the way you do, Fiat Punto Dynamic and M800 CARB 1998. Please do let me know what changes were done to add remus exhaust, add some pics as well.
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Old 28th January 2010, 00:37   #48
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^Oh Thats Nice

Will the add the pics and Video tomm.
As Mine is a type 3 800, The Exhaust was not fitting straight. so we had to bend the pipe towards the left side, and then attach it, so basically its not visible from outside.
You'll get the clear idea when I post the pics.
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Old 28th January 2010, 15:14   #49
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The Pics-

Will be posting the Video shortly
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Old 28th January 2010, 15:32   #50
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Here is the Video.
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Old 28th January 2010, 15:56   #51
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Ahh...Finally, a thread for the M800. I too have a 2007 MPFI and want to up the performance. All the M800 gurus, pls suggest which exhaust suits best (your permutation and combination ) on the 800. Also, is the ECU on the MPFI open loop or closed? Does the ECU manage the AFR?
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Old 28th January 2010, 16:07   #52
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Well, where did you get this work done in delhi, I have my guess's ready.

Anways. Is that a genuine remus? Because i really doubt that. How much did you get it for?
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Old 28th January 2010, 16:14   #53
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I had a custom built FFE for my M800, however I have removed it as of now as it was touching the ground while running over humps. I have it lying in my garrage will post the pics soon.
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Doesn't the hot exhaust air affect the rear left tire?
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Old 28th January 2010, 22:22   #55
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Well, where did you get this work done in delhi, I have my guess's ready.

Anways. Is that a genuine remus? Because i really doubt that. How much did you get it for?
I got this work done from Karol Bagh, At first I did not like the Mechanic/Welder but then I realized that it was his excitement of installing a remus exhaust. Atleast that is what he said. It is indeed genuine remus.


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I had a custom built FFE for my M800, however I have removed it as of now as it was touching the ground while running over humps. I have it lying in my garrage will post the pics soon.
Do post pics mate, lets get this thread alive and running. How was it touching the ground? Where exactly?

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Doesn't the hot exhaust air affect the rear left tire?
Will have to check on that, I had my doubts but I havent been on such a long drive that I could see the real difference.
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Old 28th January 2010, 22:33   #56
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Double post.

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Will have to check on that, I had my doubts but I havent been on such a long drive that I could see the real difference.
Maybe you can attach a bent pipe to the outlet so that the exhaust is directed towards the rear. Take a look at the chevy spark's or tata safari's OE muffler setup to get an idea.

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That would mean welding the Exhaust.
Will have to think twice before doing that. Thanks for the suggestion anyways will keep in mind

p.s - My above questions still remained unanswered.
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Old 29th January 2010, 11:58   #59
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This is how my FFE looks, header bend pipe has cracks in it as of now. Request suggestions on installing it back. Header bend pipe was the one which was touching the ground (hump) while running over the humps.
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I got this work done from Karol Bagh, At first I did not like the Mechanic/Welder but then I realized that it was his excitement of installing a remus exhaust. Atleast that is what he said. It is indeed genuine remus.
Bharat car? Whats the price and the model number for this? This is actully big for your car. That 90deg bend will kill the gains.



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Will have to check on that, I had my doubts but I havent been on such a long drive that I could see the real difference.
Even after a free flow,you will feel your accelerator pedal lighter as the cat-con is remove and restriction is reduced.It will become zipper to drive not to sure if any gain in 0-100
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