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Where To Get An Exhaust For A R33 Gtst In Canberra?


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Hi all,

Just wondering who is good or bad in Canberra to get an exhaust system done? I already have quite a few mods done so far and this should hopefully be the last major mod for a while.... maybe.. :D

Any info on whats good or bad with certain types would be greatly appreciated too..


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Carco Exhaust Centre in Belco are really good, Russell rewired my car, but I have seen their work on exhausts and they are great. They also do a lot of other mods. Or call Adam Higham(?)on 0404153288. He is a miracle worker with metal, he works from home in Richardson and has so far welded my coilovers and rear guards and boith times done a brilliant job.

Remember with exhausts, you can have a quiet exhaust that still flows really well..

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Roadway Mufflers in Belconnen, quoted me 30% less on the same work that carco quoted on, took two of my cars there, never had an issue, top guys. Only took the skyline there for a rego legal muffler though. I'm sure Carcos good, but wasn't going to spend 30% more for the same work, this was on my old car though.

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your better off just buying one off the shelf from just jap or somewhere similar and have some one fit it for you, or do it yourself. you should save some money that way...

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