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I am replacing the downpipe on my 110 (200TDi into a TD system) as the bracket back to the block has busted once too often and I am sick of breathing exhaust fumes.

To get a really good gas free seal to the turbo do I need to use any sort of sealant in the joint?

Will :)

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Thanks Les, handy its the only thing I can get locally without a 40 mile drive.

I am taking the angle grinder to the rear box later and chopping that out to be replaced with stainless of a bigger bore so I will use it on that as well.

Full restoration of the 110 to follow ;)

Will :)

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Will, mines the same system, I've only had 1 down pipe bracket crack, current one is a normal mild steel down pipe, if it's aligned correctly it should be fine, [might need a thick washer between block & pipe bracket ] & it should sit tight to the block without any packing, gun gum on mine too, it's good stuff.

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