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    Oops! - CP-E downpipes LHD and RHD?

    Me being me bought CPE catless down pipes and without thinking forgot to check RHD/LHD. My cars RHD and pretty sure the burger tuning site states LHD only. What do you guys think? Any poss in making them fit?

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    Can you not exchange them?

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    I could but will have to be shipped back and the cars booked in for the 2nd of sep. Just spoken to my mechanic and he seemed to think it was just a case of moving the existing O2 sensor bung and tapping a new one in. So it's not the actual pipes but the bung. Can anyone confirm this?

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    Found this also from CP-e them selves

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    Originally Posted by nomercy
    Do you make these in RHD or will they fit RHD vehicles, same goes for you Exhaust does it fit RHD vehicles (135 and 335)?

    The downpipes do fit both RHD and LHD vehicles.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 123ersan Click here to enlarge
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    Originally Posted by nomercy
    Do you make these in RHD or will they fit RHD vehicles, same goes for you Exhaust does it fit RHD vehicles (135 and 335)?

    The downpipes do fit both RHD and LHD vehicles.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 123ersan Click here to enlarge
    Me being me bought CPE catless down pipes and without thinking forgot to check RHD/LHD. My cars RHD and pretty sure the burger tuning site states LHD only. What do you guys think? Any poss in making them fit?
    Who's fitting your DPs? If they drop your subframe to do them like on mine, make sure they are careful with the coolant line bolted to it. Mine got cracked and started leaking shortly after and it was like 60 to replace it.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by idnan Click here to enlarge
    Who's fitting your DPs? If they drop your subframe to do them like on mine, make sure they are careful with the coolant line bolted to it. Mine got cracked and started leaking shortly after and it was like 60 to replace it.
    Il let them know. I am a but worried because there fitting a lot of parts on at the same time, never a good idea to do it this way but it's how it's worked out. I use ETA Motorsport near brands hatch. Been using them for a while. Top guys. They have a few race prepped cars and always bump into him at shows.

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    As far as I know they are LHD only pipes, but it is easy to cap the bung and add another on the primary sensor that doesn't fit.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    As far as I know they are LHD only pipes, but it is easy to cap the bung and add another on the primary sensor that doesn't fit.
    That was his thoughts also. Cap existing and thread through another. Shame that they don't do RHD ones as there stunning pipes and would be easy for them to produce.

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