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DB18 Consort Exhaust

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simonp
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DB18 Consort Exhaust

Post by simonp » Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:02 pm

Making enquiries on behalf of a friend who is seeking a new exhaust for his DB18 Consort.

Does anyone know if anyone has the pattern for these and can supply.

Any help is appreciated.

SimonP
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Re: DB18 Consort Exhaust

Post by grahamemmett » Wed Mar 13, 2019 6:25 pm

This company has the patterns and the results are impressive
https://www.pdgough.com/
Graham Emmett
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Marcel Renshaw
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Re: DB18 Consort Exhaust

Post by Marcel Renshaw » Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:01 am

P. D . Gough took their pattern from my Consort exhaust back in the mid 1990's.
I am still happy with the exhaust supplied.
The only criticism was that they used steel flanges on a stainless steel exhaust and that they polished the wrong end of the tail pipe.
It really confused me for a while when I was lying on my back trying to get everything to line up.
If buying from them ask about discount for club members.

Fossil
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Re: DB18 Consort Exhaust

Post by Fossil » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:03 pm

I too have had a P D Gough exhaust on the Dauphin (Century), probably, for 20 years. It was a joy to fit, unlike mild steel systems, because everything lined up without hitting the chassis somewhere. It is as good today as it was then. 'A thing of beauty and a joy forever'.

You pay your money and make your choice.

Cheers

Fossil.

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