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Old 19th December 2003, 09:02   #361
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Mark,

Is that tubi-roma I smell? Hope you get them on well before the red-suited jolly fella appears.

Let us know what you think.

D@mn, that smell. I pulled up at a set of lights with pedestrians, and I was getting the filthiest looks.

I'm like, its not me, its mt new exhaust. This dude, says D@mn thats exhaust alright. As he is Pheww.

Tubi's are on. The customary Tubi Smile is on the dial.

It doesn't even hurt anymore that it cost me $1,850 AUD to spring them from customs. I told you we get HOSED.

Anyway, I got home. About an hour away from the shop, and I think Ive been driving for an hour, the smell should be O.K.

Man was I WRONG. I walked around the back of the car, and it was like a Punch in the face.

There was smoke constantly streaming out of the pipes. It was like they are on fire. So I fired it up and after filling the garage with smoke, I reversed it out and let it smolder ouside.

It a good thing the Boss isn't home as yet. Its good to be Tubied.

The car has gotten louder just after an hour. At first it was very quiet. I flew through a tunnell and wound down the window as I gassed it.

Ooos here comes the boss.
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Old 19th December 2003, 17:26   #362
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Mark! Welcome to Tubilicious! If you can shut Yoda off long enough to snap some pics, that would be great!

So let's see. Four months to deliver an exhaust, but the Germans only take three months to build and deliver the entire car. Man, you gotta love German efficiency!
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Old 19th December 2003, 23:20   #363
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Mark! Welcome to Tubilicious! If you can shut Yoda off long enough to snap some pics, that would be great!

So let's see. Four months to deliver an exhaust, but the Germans only take three months to build and deliver the entire car. Man, you gotta love German efficiency!
Hey Bill,

Not so fast on the Gernman efficiency. Terk can tell you how stir crazy i was going waiting for my Beast.

I ordered on 12/31/02 and took delivery on my birthday 05/20/03.

But I suppose it was from Individual.

I may make it to the strip tonight. Lets see if the Tubi gets me a tenth. Hopefully it will add to the Velocity stacks. Faster in and out.
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Old 20th December 2003, 23:58   #364
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Once again thanks Daniel for putting the group buy together.

P.S. I forgot to tell everyone that my system is different.

Both of my resonators were welded into one giant X-Pipe.

So I didn't have a separate resonator that had to be clamped, it was welded like the other one.

Its good to be Tubied.
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Old 22nd December 2003, 13:27   #365
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Re: Group buy yet on Tubi????

Just got the LB '01 a few weeks ago. Put me on the list for the next group buy.

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Once again thanks Daniel for putting the group buy together.

P.S. I forgot to tell everyone that my system is different.

Both of my resonators were welded into one giant X-Pipe.

So I didn't have a separate resonator that had to be clamped, it was welded like the other one.

Its good to be Tubied.
MIB,

We always know you were different! Would this mean you are Tubwi'ed? You know, with that welded resonator thing going on.

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Old 7th January 2004, 13:53   #367
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We have sold out of the 6 units we had received before the Holidays. We should have 5 more units coming in the next shipment from Italy. Based on current and expected orders, these units will be sold out within two weeks.

Please feel free to contact us at beastpower@beastpower.com if you have any questions.

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We always know you were different! Would this mean you are Tubwi'ed? You know, with that welded resonator thing going on.

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Hey MAH, or should it be a OneBi. Mine was one piece not Tu (Two).


Regards Mark 1 to Mark 2. (Mark one piece tubi to mark Two piece Tubi.)
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Hey MAH, or should it be a OneBi. Mine was one piece not Tu (Two).


Regards Mark 1 to Mark 2. (Mark one piece tubi to mark Two piece Tubi.)
Tubi 1,

I had no idea we had code words for discussion purposes! Have you ordered the racing cats yet?

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Tubi 1,

I had no idea we had code words for discussion purposes! Have you ordered the racing cats yet?

Mark (aka Tubi 2 to you)
Hey MT2,

I decided to do the ACS DFC first. Once that is fitted, I'll do the headers and cats together.

I would like to hear more about Pre-ignition problems. I think it was Elevens that raised those points. Thinking back, I have had vehicle that I fitted headers to and they wouldn't stop when you wanted them to.

I wouldn't want something like that to happen to the beast, I doubt it would, but I still would like to hear from a few more guys. There doesn't seem to be much feedback at present on them.

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