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Date Registered: 08-2008
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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


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You just have to keep Lambros occupied when they weld them in so he doesn't kill me emoticon



ROFL!


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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


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 It's not possible to position 2 outlets side by side (i.e. quad outlet set-up like BMW X5) on the T31 due to no room on the right side where the recovery hook is.




I wasn't talking about having a quad system.
Just 2 pipes running along side each other coming out at the same place where the original is.
Still having twin pipes, but both on the same side of the Xy.


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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


And where would you mount the muffler Tony?

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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


Plenty of room in the glovebox... emoticon

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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


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And where would you mount the muffler Tony?



I don't know, maybe a couple of doggys, that would give it a nice note. emoticon
Or even better still, a one in and two out muffler.

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Nah mate, once you go under the exy you will find out that there isn't much room for the 2 pipes to come out from the muffler and sit perfectly under the bumper.

Just wait and see the final results, which I must say will NOT be a noisy exhaust system at all, as Lambros and I are simply against such doof doof systems.

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Not much of a doof doof person myself but still would like a little note just so you know that something is lurking.

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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


Don't worry Tony.
Lambros did that pretty well with the T30 system so I think Andrew's should sound just as nice emoticon

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Yep i agree and i out my 2c in that i dont want a loud exhaust as it would just annoy me.
Nice for it to have a little grumble but quiet is better especially when cruising on the highway!

Not long to go now emoticon

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Re: Hi-Tech X-Trail Cat. Back System (T31 X-TRAIL)


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jalalski wrote:
... when Lambros suggested that we only do a straight through muffler upgrade for the T31 with twin outlets on one side and I didn't like this suggestion and insisted we do the twins set-up just like the T30 emoticon

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I couldn't agree more with you, Jalal. I think the only way is to have twin exhaust pipes emoticon
Looks are everything!! emoticon



Pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean we you said
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Jalalski wrote:
"Now to the most important piece of information which just shocked me!!!

As we know, the T31 diesel (manual transmission) factory (flywheel) figures are as follows:

127KW @ 3,750RPM
360Nm @ 2,000RPM

The T31 Diesel X-Trail (at the wheels) figures are:

114.3KW @ 3,768RPM
329Nm @ 2,522RPM

This means that the T31 diesel drive-train is so efficient that there is almost no loss of power and torque as a result, which is awesome news indeed and I can only imagine what the cat. back system will produce when fitted to this T31



Could you (or anyone else) explain the difference in layman's terms?

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