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J3 Exhaust system on eBay

j3cub

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Ebay seller ID = no1taildragger is selling new systems. They look really good, but you need to read his ad very carefully.

This auction is for a new exhaust system. I manufacture the systems from high quality stainless steel tubing. The shroud is made from aircraft grade aluminum and mild steel scat tube flanges. These systems are not FAA or PMA approved, there just better. As always if you are not completely satisfied with this product I will give you a complete refund. Buyer to pay actual shipping cost.

$995

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pipe...ryZ26439QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem


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behindpropellers

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I have one of these sytems and it is HEAVY...FYI.

Still debating on it or buying a lighter system.
 

j3cub

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What is the weight difference from the original? Old vs. New?

Will
 

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I also note that they don't remotely resemble the stock system. For some that may not be important. For others, it is everything.
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That's the "Sonny" guy in FL. Systems are VERY heavy and you have to remove the intake elbows to bea able to get the exhaust flanges up because they are just way too thick. Thick is good, to a point....but these are TOO thick. I sent my system I ordered back.
Thanks for the report John!

Will
 

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