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      04-27-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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Length of time for ss catted downpipes

Ordered these around 3 weeks ago from ca automotive in the uk. Ss send him an email which he sends on to me saying they won't have these produced until last week of June??!?!?!? Anyone else have any issues with delivery time from supersprint?
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Ordered these around 3 weeks ago from ca automotive in the uk. Ss send him an email which he sends on to me saying they won't have these produced until last week of June??!?!?!? Anyone else have any issues with delivery time from supersprint?
Really? Thats crazy, supersprint been very lazy lately! My friend wanted to get full exhaust + dp's from SS and they told him 2 months as well
I hv ordered my dp's week before x-mas, and recieved them day before x-mas, was lucky they had them in stock!
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      04-28-2014, 04:03 AM   #3
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Really? Thats crazy, supersprint been very lazy lately! My friend wanted to get full exhaust + dp's from SS and they told him 2 months as well
I hv ordered my dp's week before x-mas, and recieved them day before x-mas, was lucky they had them in stock!
Typical Italians lol. I was thinking of cancelling and getting something else but I think the catted downpipes they do are the best out there at the moment so I will probably just wait.
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I dont know what you mean by "best", but there are many other options available for eg: ams catted dp's and one member here has Noelle Motors dp's, which are modified oem dp's with smaller cats, those would be the best IMO, as they would have OEM fitting and OEM 02 sensors locations!
FYI, x6m SS catted dp's require heat shield cutting + 02 sensors extension cable
So if i were you, i would cancel SS order and contact Noelle
http://<a href="http://www.noellemot.../home.html</a>
I am sure germans are more efficient than italians

http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=921223
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      04-29-2014, 07:31 AM   #5
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I dont know what you mean by "best", but there are many other options available for eg: ams catted dp's and one member here has Noelle Motors dp's, which are modified oem dp's with smaller cats, those would be the best IMO, as they would have OEM fitting and OEM 02 sensors locations!
FYI, x6m SS catted dp's require heat shield cutting + 02 sensors extension cable
So if i were you, i would cancel SS order and contact Noelle
http://<a href="http://www.noellemot.../home.html</a>
I am sure germans are more efficient than italians

http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=921223
$4k was a bit steep for the Noelle DP's. However I am on the same page.. I think the Noelle DP's are the safest/best choice for those wanting a CEL free and issue free DP.
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$4k was a bit steep for the Noelle DP's. However I am on the same page.. I think the Noelle DP's are the safest/best choice for those wanting a CEL free and issue free DP.
do you know whats the price on OEM dp's? i just wonder how much extra Noelle charges for swapping the cats, which is not easy!

Still i find it reasonably priced as my friend paid 3k gbp with a very good discount for catted SS dp's
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FYI SS were 2640.
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I'm gonna have to get spinney to really push his to see if he gets a cel/dtmal since he is using noell system
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Typical Italians lol. I was thinking of cancelling and getting something else but I think the catted downpipes they do are the best out there at the moment so I will probably just wait.
On the other hand, the quality and workmanship may be worth the wait....
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On the other hand, the quality and workmanship may be worth the wait....
It's not that great. Not any better than other systems available on the market.
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On the other hand, the quality and workmanship may be worth the wait....
It's not that great. Not any better than other systems available on the market.
The only difference is the quality of the catalyst they use ( HJS 200 cell) . That IS far superior to other options . A DP is a DP otherwise .
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