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Old 12-07-2007, 03:36 AM   #1
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Default Sirio 2056 Exhaust System

Sirio have released this rather unusually shaped exhaust system for use with their buggy line of engines. The EFRA approved (#2056) exhaust pipe has been optimised to work with the CL7B and Evo3 motors from the Italian brand and also with the equivilant Sirio made engines from RB and SIIM. Sold in a complete set, it comes with manifold, rubber seals and mounting springs.

what does everyone think of the pipe system and pro and cons.
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