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Old 11-03-08, 11:56 AM
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ISC Front Section Exhaust 2nd Gen

There are none left and no more will be made unless we can generate some interest. Just spoke to Mike again, we need 5 buyers to make the deal happen.

If you are not familiar with the ISC exhaust system, take a look here http://www.iscracing.net/2nd_Gen_Parts.htm

It is by far the best system out there. Rumor has it the front section will bolt to a RB header (see other thread in this section).

The front section is the expansion chamber part that bolts to the header. They list for $225 each on the ISC site.

Come on, who wants a front section?

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Old 11-03-08, 03:48 PM
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If I go through with my new engine built I might have one up for sale along with the rest of the exhaust soon. Will let you guys know
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You can put me down for one.
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Old 11-04-08, 04:35 PM
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You should really PM me and only me if you want to sell yours designfreak

This is getting close to enough buyers. I have also been generating interest on another forum.

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2. drewski86
3. N1XRR (via PM)
4. TeamWireRacing (from IT forums)
5. _______________

Mike wants 5 buyers.

Who else?
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Sweet, hopefully we'll get a 5th soon
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Old 11-12-08, 05:57 PM
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I will contact Mike and found out how he wants to do this. I won't be collecting any money, you'll probably need to give Mike your CC or send a check or whatever. More info to follow shortly....
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The deal is on. Just spoke to Mike and you need to call and give him your CC number. He will take your info, when he has the 5 CC numbers he will have them built. He said he can have them done for us by mid December. Price is $225 + shipping.

Call Now! ISC/Mike - 863-324-4539

Said they would order....
1. SCCAITS
2. drewski86
3. N1XRR (via PM)
4. TeamWireRacing (from IT forums) - (also on RX7club.com under same name)
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PAID!
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3.
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5.

Add your name after you call and give Mike your CC.
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PAID!
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PAID!
1. SCCAITS
2. drewski86
3. EagleScout (improvedtouring.com)
4.
5.

Said they would order....
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2. drewski86
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4. TeamWireRacing (from IT forums) - (also on RX7club.com under same name)
5. Hyper4mance2k
Please call Mike with your CC info!
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I will pay on payday, thursday the 20th.
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I will pay on payday, thursday the 20th.
You don't actually have to pay yet, he's just taking CC numbers right now. He's not charging the CC when you call him.
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4. Chris Wire (TeamWireRacing)
5. ________________

We are close!
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I have been using an ISC front section for many years now, and I am VERY happy with it. I make much more power than I did with the RB header, and it weighs a lot less than the RB header.
The ISC front section does mate with the RB #16300 flange which costs about $18 from RB. Buy that flange, and use it to join the rest of your exhaust system.
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Originally Posted by speedturn View Post
I have been using an ISC front section for many years now, and I am VERY happy with it. I make much more power than I did with the RB header, and it weighs a lot less than the RB header.
The ISC front section does mate with the RB #16300 flange which costs about $18 from RB. Buy that flange, and use it to join the rest of your exhaust system.
Do you have pictures of it?!?!?
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Just spoke w/ mike all 5 are confirmed! WOOT!
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Originally Posted by Hyper4mance2k View Post
Just spoke w/ mike all 5 are confirmed! WOOT!

Thanks. I meant to call him today but was swamped. Good to hear!
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He said he'd be calling us the first week of December. I'm stoked!! I still want some more pictures of the part. i have this terrible feeling it's not going to work with my setup... Mike said he didn't know for sure if it would fit in my FB. I'm using an old school RB RR header so I hope it works out.
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The reason the ISC header makes more power than the Racing Beat header is because the ISC tubes have a straight shot out of the motor for 4 inches, then they turn and come down. The RB header has one tube do an immediate really tight turn, and I think it looses a little power because of that. I have used both headers, and I made more power with the ISC header.

I made a mistake in my earlier post on the Racing Beat mating flange part number; it is 16197.
The gasket to use is Racing Beat 16300.

The header outlet flange looks like the first picture. Shown in the other three photos are their 1st gen 13B header for my 1st gen car.
Attached Thumbnails ISC Front Section Exhaust 2nd Gen-16197.jpg   ISC Front Section Exhaust 2nd Gen-mvc-484s.jpg   ISC Front Section Exhaust 2nd Gen-mvc-490s.jpg   ISC Front Section Exhaust 2nd Gen-mvc-489s.jpg  

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The reason the ISC header makes more power than the Racing Beat header is because the ISC tubes have a straight shot out of the motor for 4 inches, then they turn and come down. The RB header has one tube do an immediate really tight turn, and I think it looses a little power because of that. I have used both headers, and I made more power with the ISC header.

I made a mistake in my earlier post on the Racing Beat mating flange part number; it is 16197.
The gasket to use is Racing Beat 16300.

The header outlet flange looks like the first picture. Shown in the other three photos are their 1st gen 13B header for my 1st gen car.
How much more power did the ISC header make over the Racing Beat one? Was anything else changed besides the header? Have you used it on anything other than the PP motor in the pics?

The ISC header does appear to be a better design, although others have said they made the power they should have with the Racing Beat header and ISC front section.
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It looks like the ISC header is not equal lengthed at the front section, am I right?
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Is it too late to get in on this?

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You can call Mike at ISC and see if he will build another. He was looking for a minimum of 5 so I doubt it will be an issue to build another.
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