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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Excellent review Brian and I'm happy that you're feeling the difference and enjoying the twins. It won't take you long before you'd want more...trust me emoticon

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posticon **2006 Model X-Trail-Volunteer Required**


Dear Members,

I am calling on a volunteer xtrail owner with a 2006 Model (this includes ST-S, Ti and/or ST that has two cat. converters and 123KW power) to go with me to Hi-Tech-Sydney and fit the Cat. Back Twins system for a bargain price of $500.00 supply & fit (regular forum price is $850.00 and retail is more than that)

This modification is NOT a warranty affecting one and it will be a straight bolt-on job which can be removed at any time.

Hi-Tech are currently unable to supply this system to 2006 owners because they're not sure of the pipe sizes and the location of the cat. converter under the car. This will require the existing template to be modified, so this system can be made available to all 2006 owners.

As a result of this mod, you will gain approx. 8-9KW of power. This however needs to be tested on a dyno, as it could be a bit less due to running with two cat. converters.

Your xtrail will look like this:

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If anyone is interested, please contact me by PM or email me at mailto: admin@australianxtrail.com

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Can I just put a ST-S sticker on the back of mine? emoticon

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Can I just put a ST-S sticker on the back of mine? emoticon



Only if you fit a second cat under your car while you do that LOL emoticon



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Only if you fit a second cat under your car while you do that LOL emoticon




Oh that's easy... I'll put as many cats as you like under my car... I really don't like them. Selfish unloving creatures :P

... just kidding... for the animal lovers.

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Jalal,

Do you think theres any chance of getting a single exhaust pipe out the muffler instead of the current twin pipe design?

I only ask as I carry an X-Jack (exhaust jack) around in my Exy for when it gets all screwy off road. Just in case you don't know what it is, its a big bag that connects via a fabric pipe to your exhaust. You use your exhaust gases to pump it up, and hence raise your vehicle off the ground. Thankfully I haven't had to use it yet, but it obviously won't work if I plan to go to the twin pipe design, as it has only one connector for the exhaust. The one connector will only cover one pipe, so short of plugging the unused pipe, it won't develop any pressure to pump up the bag.

I'm not even sure I can afford to replace the exhaust any time soon, so its no rush or big deal, but the stock exhaust really looks scary for soft sand work.
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Jalal,

Do you think theres any chance of getting a single exhaust pipe out the muffler instead of the current twin pipe design?



That won't be a problem at all. It is a personal choice and the second outlet can be cancelled by request. It was designed to increase the flow of gases and by having one pipe, there could also be an increase in sound levels of the muffler. These are the factors you need to consider.



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Just carry a potato with you when you are off roading & may need the exhaust jack.
Stick the jack on one pipe & the potato on the other. emoticon

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Just carry a potato with you when you are off roading & may need the exhaust jack.
Stick the jack on one pipe & the potato on the other. emoticon



I have seriously considered it... emoticon

I've never had to use the jack yet, but when testing it, the first time I had kinks in the pipe, so the pressure built up in the exhaust and tube, and the connector blew off with a bit of force... wouldn't want a potato doing that instead... lol
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What about another piece of tubing, sealed at one end with a circular pipe clamp to hold it onto the exhaust just like water hoses clamp onto the radiator ?

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