L400 exhaust

Mitsubishi Delica L400 production commenced in 1994 -- After much anticipation, the L400 arrived on Canadian Soil in 2009!
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ifraserbc
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L400 exhaust

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Any suggestions on where to get an exhaust rebuilt or to buy a replacement exhaust system (post catalytic converter)? North van.
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Post by evso »

still looking? I have one
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Post by Chromag »

Iam looking for a 97 l400 exhaust system myself if its still available? Thanks
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Post by DeliTan2 »

I recently replaced the exhaust system on my LWB 4M40 diesel. I got both parts from https://rockymountainimports.net/

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Post by Chromag »

Thanks my L400 is a petro Im not too sure whether that makes a difference from the diesel. Cheers!
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Post by thelazygreenfox »

Delica diesels don't have catalytic converters or oxygen sensors so I would guess there's little similar including size. Only very modern diesels have cats and sensors.

Why are you changing your exhaust? don't throw anything away, I may need it. Do you know the type of stainless in the gasser exhaust. I tried to tig weld on mine with stainless and mild steel rods but they wouldn't flow on the exhaust. My guess its the type of stainless.

Someone cut off my cat and oxygen sensor recently. ICBC seems okay with the oem replacement. Expensive but the cheapo cats may not give the correct backpressure to make the sensor work and give the correct fuel mixture.

good luck
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Thanks mine is a petro
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Post by thelazygreenfox »

yup, so's mine.
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