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Yes, but ordering is now done directly through Hi-Tech Mufflers, so just mention that you are a member of our forum and the discount will get applied.

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thanks for the prompt reply, I did contact Hi-tech and they were as quick to reply to my email, thanks.
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G'day all,
I had the full HiTech system fitted to my 2005 T30 TiL auto that I've had since new.
Lambros was great in advising and fitting.
I love how it goes now and look forward to getting to, and driving the Oodnadatta track!
Thanks to all who contributed to developing this system.
Very best,
Greg
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G'day again
Just back from a 4,500+ km trip to Broken Hill, Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges, the OodnadattaTrack, Coober Pedy, Woomera, Andamooka, Clare and Barossa Valleys, then back to Sydney via Mildura and Wagga.

The car went very well with its HiTech full exhaust replacement, and we lost only one tyre (carried two spares), and had a couple of windscreen cracks injected in Coober Pedy. All up, we had a great time.

I'm very impressed with this exhaust! Thanks for all the work in developing it.

Very best,
Greg
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Soooo tempted to do [sign in to see URL] sure how I could get it past the wife

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Date Registered: 05-2015
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Fellow Xyers,
I'm in Brazil, in the process of changing the more troublesome sensors on my petrol 2007/8 t30 GX 2.5 QR25DE: crankshaft, camshaft and O2(s). The new fuel-air upstream / upper / precatalytic converter sensor, located half way down the exhaust manifold heat shield, accessed through a curved cutaway on the left of the vehicle has already been fitted after a fight to disconnect the seized electrical plug. HOWEVER, where on earth is the second O2 sensor located !? A friend has told me it lies vertically below the first O2 sensor at or near the bottom of the shield, but I can neither find it nor any sign of its wire. So, can anyone please tell me if perhaps it just doesn't have the 2nd lower, post-cat sensor ?
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