Extractor and Exhaust mods


Hi all,

I'm interested in finding out if there are any decent extrator mods for a Sportrak (mines a 94 EFI model), warfs.org has a good tutorial on some high performance extractors for the Feroza (their name for the Sportrak) from a local company called MFT, but sadly they and warfs.org are based in Australia, I asked for a quote including delivery to the UK and they wanted 500+ quid Lol

Anyone know of any British company that sell high performance extractors and exhausts for the Sportrak? I'd like to get some more power out of this puny 1.6, a K&N Induction Kit can only take you so far Wink

more power

If you want more power buy a 2.8 td fourtrak there more economical too i can get 40mpg Biggrin

Full of ideas but no time to do them!!

youtube: Redfourtrack

Well, I like the Fourtraks,

Well, I like the Fourtraks, but I like the Sportraks even better, they're more practical for driving through city centers to work and back, as well as offroading Biggrin

So I would like to find how to get more power out of my Sportrak by replacing the extractors Wink

Jason "Foxdie" Gaunt


Jason "Foxdie" Gaunt


Aftermarket and tuning exhaust suppliers will supply these, alternatively other companies including Double S and many others will manufacture a specific system in stainless steel.
Alternatively; many of these companies, and suppliers such as Milners will supply pipe, silencer casings, perforated pipe, bends, etc to manufacture your own system if you have fabrication facilities, and can weld stainless.

Extractor direct from Japan?

I've found plenty of bits, through Amazon Japan. I have typed in the item I was searching for in English. It might be a good idea to have the sought for item translated into Japanese first, though: https://www.amazon.co.jp/s?k=Daihatsu+move&__mk_ja_JP=%E3%82%AB%E3%82%BF%E3%82%AB%E3%83%8A&ref=nb_sb_noss_2
I'm searching for a set of equal-length tube extractors for my first generation MOVE, also. Not mainly for performance issues. But, because of practicality, being that this combination extractor/catylist what is now mounted in the vehicle is quite bulky and servicing it without having a torch available is quite unpleasant, because of the rusted-in fasteners