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stuupnorth
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maniflow exhaust

Postby stuupnorth » Thu Oct 21, 2021 8:08 pm

Hi all
I'm hopefully selling my Maniflow Exhaust system and manifold Part Number LM052 and LST052 (it was on a 948cc but will fit the 1098 i believe
will get some pics up soon
would prefer pick up (North east Scotland ) poss travel a wee bit to help
£140 ono
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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby ba04ger » Fri Oct 22, 2021 6:31 am

hi I am very intersted please could you advise condition and email pics
thanks, ba04gers@btinternet.com tel 07518061233 gary

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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby jagnut66 » Fri Oct 22, 2021 10:43 am

I believe the Maniflow site actually states it is for the 1275, however I have fitted two of these successfully now, one to my 948 engined Series 2 and one to my 1098 engined Traveller.
I can really reccomend it as a better fitting alternative to the standard system. The only thing to watch and adjust the position of is the proximity of the rear section next to the fuel tank, however this is just a matter of taking notice whilst you are fitting and tightening up.
Best wishes,
Mike.
1954 Series 2: 4 door: "Sally" -- on axle stands needing more welding......
1955 Series 2: Traveller: "Elsie May" -- on the road and enjoying her 'as is' for now but I see work ahead......
1970 Triumph Herald 1200: "Hetty" -- driven back from Llangollen in Wales

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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby ba04ger » Fri Oct 22, 2021 11:18 am

hi Stu have you received my earlier message
gary

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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby stuupnorth » Fri Oct 22, 2021 11:26 am

hi

just to confirm the maniflow part no. LM052 is for the smaller engine sizes 948/1098 using a 1 1/2" exhaust system

and the part no. LM053 is for the 1275 engine as it uses a larger bore 1 5/8" exhaust system
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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby stuupnorth » Fri Oct 22, 2021 11:30 am

couple more pics
just to say the rust on the pipes is just surface no pitting of the pipes or boxes in fact as can be seen the original green hammerrite type paint is still on most of the boxes and some of the pipework
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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby stuupnorth » Sun Oct 24, 2021 1:10 pm

Now sold
but thanks for all the interest
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Re: maniflow exhaust

Postby jagnut66 » Sun Oct 24, 2021 3:40 pm

Whoever has bought it should remove that stainless finisher, it will make the tail section last longer.
This is my only criticism of an otherwise good design, the stainless finisher slides (very tightly) over the metal tail pipe and is then clamped into place.
However this creates a 'sandwich' effect between the stainless over cover on the outside and the steel tail pipe, which is welded to the rest of the system, on the inside.
The resultant filling will inevitably be rust and before you know it the tail section will fall off, meaning you have to shell out for a replacement.
Needless to say I didn't fit my stainless finishers, I simply sprayed the tails in heat resistant silver exhaust paint instead.
Best wishes,
Mike.
1954 Series 2: 4 door: "Sally" -- on axle stands needing more welding......
1955 Series 2: Traveller: "Elsie May" -- on the road and enjoying her 'as is' for now but I see work ahead......
1970 Triumph Herald 1200: "Hetty" -- driven back from Llangollen in Wales


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