Outwardly the new exhaust still looks like an original triumph one. This was intentional as I like the classic look of the 2 Sprint tailpipes.
However they are a larger diameter than usual, and the centre box silencers are straight through - well almost - there's a U bend in the pipe at the end of the box - where the normal silencers just have 2 pipes going into a plenum, 1 in and 1 out, which significantly reduces back pressure.
The joints are flanged, there's a flexible section after the gearbox to downpipe clamp, to reduce loads on the manifold interface, and there's a boss fitted for a lambsa sensor.
All the pipes are larger diameter than normal, so all I need to do now is swap the cast manifold over for the ported one
Does it work, well its nice and quiet - hasn't ruined the character of the Sprint, and the engine is certainly more willing to rev, and go further upto the redline. I cannot quantify the power gains, hopefully I'll get the manifold on this weekend and see how it all is, but there's certainly more induction roar. Tick over speed has incresed too, presumably as the engine is doing less work pumping gases out f the exhaust
The costs came in at no more money than an after market large bore down pipe and system from a well known supplier. But this is of far superior quality to the phoenix system they market, it fits without issue, and with the flanged joints will be easy to remove or refit as and when I need to,
So well done to JP Exhausts - again.
The next part of the project is to EFI the existing engine, but a start on this will need to wait until after Christmas