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Bnr34 Trust Titanium Exhaust System - Cat Back

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Hi all,

I am selling my BNR34 Trust Titanium Exhaust System. The system is still fitted to the car until such time as my replacement is here (Just trying to get some early interest). Available mid-late May.

The system has been used for around 5,000klms, and includes the silencer.



Full Titanium Cat-Back Exhaust. (Stainless-steel muffler bracket)

90mm (3.5") dia. piping

115mm (4.5") dia. single wall tip


$2000 (Please do not tell me its overpriced! I am not sure what it is worth - ultimately the market will decide - So PM me your offers - nothing stupid or offers will be ignored :)

PLEASE do not post any comment unless you are interested in purchasing this item.


Will upload as soon as possible


Chris 0422 289 568

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Hi. I never hear back from you about size.

Are you sure its 90mm?

3.5" is 88mm & Greddy list the kit a 80mm item, not 90mm

Still interested. Thankyou.

I have the same exhaust on my car.

They are a 90mm pipe diameter but use an 80mm flange at the cat. For max flow I cut off the 90mm cat flange and made a slip fit so the 3.5" cat slips over the 90mm pipe. Works a treat.

Sounds wild too. Put this system on your car and you go looking for underground carparks and tunnels to drive through!

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