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Tubular manifolds and Piper cams 2,9 24V
« on: March 04, 2013, 20:52:44 PM »
hi!
Seems like Top Boss has recalculated their prices.

Piper 270 degree cams now cost 380.
And tubular manifolds to normally aspirated 2,9 24V now cost 375.

http://www.topbossperformance.co.uk/#/shop/4565291327/Group-1-Normally-Aspirated-Manifolds-Pair/2539001

Comments anyone..?




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Re: Tubular manifolds and Piper cams 2,9 24V
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2013, 21:28:38 PM »
There website is poorly set out.

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Re: Tubular manifolds and Piper cams 2,9 24V
« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2013, 13:21:58 PM »
and 450quid for a set of manifolds that look a bit iffy with two proper primaries and one made to join the others half way along  :-X

I'd like to know why the chose stainless for the turbo manifolds and what wall thickness the pipe is for them  ;D

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Re: Tubular manifolds and Piper cams 2,9 24V
« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2013, 14:39:11 PM »
Well their parts look better than they used too I think & do seem to have become cheaper too.

Also I know they have certainly been talking to the right people!

However a guy has been emailing me & Fitz recently, what he has been told by Fitz is pretty worrying so I think it's a case of same old hype.


I mean get it fully balanced & I will gurantee it till 8000rpm  :rolleyes:, then weld on a known rescrictive Vauxhaull plenum to make more power!

Come on.  ;D  
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Re: Tubular manifolds and Piper cams 2,9 24V
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2013, 19:26:12 PM »
No comment. ;D before this get a other bash topic.
greetz Paul.

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Re: Tubular manifolds and Piper cams 2,9 24V
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2013, 19:37:13 PM »
No comment. ;D before this get a other bash topic.

I have no comments and no experience about them but why the negative attitude against Top Boss?

 

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