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Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes #638500
18/05/20 08:55 PM
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M MC hammer Offline OP
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Just reassembling exhaust system after 4 weeks and didn't previously notice rear hangers that hook into above bobbins are both welded on right hand side of rear exhaust tips.
Should these be handed,as I don't know history of car,ie are these original or aftermarket work done.
I would have thought the hangers should mount into both bobbins from the inner face of bobbins, ie both hangers welded to inner of exhaust tips.
Also I've located the rear pipes behind silencers approx 1" from chassis, would you agree, any known issues being near parallel fuel lines.
Trying to attach photos from Samsung tablet but previous no larger than 1000 bytes,warning.
Thanks MMC

Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638508
18/05/20 09:17 PM
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Will try to take photos tomorrow for you


JohnV6
2006 Indigo Blue Roadster S1
2014 Brooklands Edition Roadster "Brookland's Belle" #5 of 50
Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638514
18/05/20 09:44 PM
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According to the parts book between Sept 2009 and Feb 2012 the same mid section/tail pipe set was sold for both sides, part MEX1184, although ironically they were identified as handed before and after that period. Since the split bobbin that supports the tail pipe locates on its tang from either side it probably doesn't matter.


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
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Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638523
18/05/20 10:32 PM
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Mine are handed, 2005. The rear pipes did change but not clear when. The S1 Roadster has tailpipes with a baffle tube inside.

My Roadster came with a sports exhaust, and that had open rear pipes, and brackets which bolted around the outside. Nowhere near as tidy as the original tailpipes.

I set my rear pipes mid way between the chassis and tyres. I also applied insulated weave the full length of the car around the fuel pipes.


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Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638550
19/05/20 07:20 AM
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Originally Posted by M MC hammer
Trying to attach photos from Samsung tablet but previous no larger than 1000 bytes,warning.
Thanks MMC

You need to upload your photos to a photo hosting site and then provide link to the photo.
The 1kb limit was brought in when trying to resolve slow loading/running issues. You will find various posts recommending uploading photos to TM-IMG.com


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Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638601
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MMC as promised here is a my 06 3.ol Roadster. The exhaust are definitely handed they kink inboard before the rear wheel and the hanger for the rubber doughnut is inboard.
I hope the photos makes sense.
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JohnV6
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Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638629
19/05/20 01:50 PM
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Thanks for all replys folks.
Been on TM image library,just struggling with providing link to the post.Iam sure I'll get my head around it.
Noted regards alinement to chassis spacing.
May try and look for oval tip with hanger on left if it gets on my nerves,when you know not symmetrical.
MMC

Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: M MC hammer] #638641
19/05/20 03:05 PM
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MMC, if you like, perhaps this post could be of any help regarding the photo publishing on TM.

http://www.talkmorgan.com/ubbthreads.php/galleries/630472/re-guitar-photo#Post630472


'14 4/4 graphite grey
Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: John V6] #638725
19/05/20 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by John V6
MMC as promised here is a my 06 3.ol Roadster. The exhaust are definitely handed they kink inboard before the rear wheel and the hanger for the rubber doughnut is inboard.
I hope the photos makes sense.
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Hi John, your pipes are different to my 3.0 Roadster - mine have baffles inside the pipes - all the way to about 3/4 inch from the outside/exit?


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Re: Roadster 3.0 rear exhaust pipes [Re: MDS61] #638788
20/05/20 09:33 AM
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Mine too.


John

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