Oh Bugger!

Vteccin_teg

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Just an unexpected, indeed expense isn't it lol. As much as I love my teg, there quite expensive to replace stuff on lol
 

Crackfox

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I've used FibreFix before to repair an exhaust hole if you're desperate. You wet it then wrap it around and it dries like steel. Really good stuff. Not ideal as the rest of the exhaust will go eventually, but it will work if you're in a pinch and need to save and what not.

Weirdly saw a second hand Skunk2 on ebay last night.
 

dc5-2ltr

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Managed to get it sorted thanks lads... My son got it off from the cat and its now being welded back to A1 condition. The rest of the exhaust is still excellent for its age :cool:
 

dc5-2ltr

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Decent repair, also had the bottom of the silencer welded as it had been split when going over speed bumps... £150 for 3 1/2 hours work. Well chuffed as a new Spec 4 would probs be £800+ IMG-20200723-WA0013.jpg
 
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