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Ragazzon #1648766
17/02/2021 19:04
17/02/2021 19:04
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hi all, I hope to be in the right section. i own a coupe with a Ragazzon exhaust with two tailpipes, I know that Ragazzon is a well-known brand but I have never seen other coupes with this model of exaust, I would like to know, is it a good exhaust for a turbo 20v?

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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648775
18/02/2021 18:30
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seems to be unknown.

Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648778
18/02/2021 20:20
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Not unusual in Germany I think, not many in the UK though. Looks OK. Bottom of the rear bumper (the "valence" part where the cut-out is for the normal tail-pipe) looks to have been cut about a bit (more than normal).


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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648779
18/02/2021 20:21
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Well, it looks like a well made exhaust, but I think it’s a matter of taste whether you like the look of twin rear pipes or not. I read on here some years ago that twin pipes on a Coop looks like a wee man peering out with binoculars. Personally I favour the single pipe.


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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648782
18/02/2021 21:45
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yes DaveG,the bumper was badly cut, but we had it repaired, 1st photo.

funny this, a little guy with binoculars rofl

I would like to be able to slightly increase the sound in this exaust, I wonder what is the small pot before the big final pot?

Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648830
22/02/2021 09:53
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Ragazzon was the first after market exhaust I seem to remember for coupe's in the UK and remember hearing what the exhaust sounded like at a track day at Donington where it just sounds like a fighter jet, it's not noisy, just very whoosy on the noise that it makes.


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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648833
22/02/2021 11:47
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thanks for the replies smile

Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648834
22/02/2021 12:00
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I forgot, I have a 200 cell Magnaflow catalyst, the noise has already improved a lot.

Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648836
22/02/2021 14:11
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Originally Posted by carmine
I forgot, I have a 200 cell Magnaflow catalyst, the noise has already improved a lot.



cool laugh


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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648837
22/02/2021 17:06
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in april, i will also install a custom sip, cool
the noise should make it even more. i just have to find someone who would weld the parts together, i didn't think it was that hard to weld aluminum.

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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648840
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Originally Posted by carmine
in april, i will also install a custom sip, cool
the noise should make it even more. i just have to find someone who would weld the parts together, i didn't think it was that hard to weld aluminum.


Aye, aluminium is not the easiest to weld, it contracts and it’s difficult to leave a neat job. Those who can are artists in their own right. I was a welder in the oil industry years ago coded in several disciplines, I left tig to those who seemed to have a flair for it.


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Re: Ragazzon [Re: carmine] #1648848
22/02/2021 22:52
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I think it is easier to find someone who does brazing rather than welding


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