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hey all. i got a 1996 AE102x corolla seca CSX (hatch)

its a 1.8L auto

my cars Exhaust manifold has cracked and i was told i need to replace it urgently. Which should i buy.....another manifold (hard to find) or as recommenced by my mechanic to get an extractor?

whats the difference as well? will the extractor give me a tiny bit of boost?

really appreciate any input that people give :)

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hey all. i got a 1996 AE102x corolla seca CSX (hatch)

its a 1.8L auto

my cars Exhaust manifold has cracked and i was told i need to replace it urgently. Which should i buy.....another manifold (hard to find) or as recommenced by my mechanic to get an extractor?

whats the difference as well? will the extractor give me a tiny bit of boost?

really appreciate any input that people give :)

Extractors wont make quite a difference as you need a full exhaust to get the full potential out of them. Although it may give you a lil torque mid range... and may be cheaper or easier to obtain than the standard exhaust manifold.

Possibly cheaper too..

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we had they same prob on our 1.8 corolla, if its a small hairline crack and you dont have money to replace the manifold maybe you could get some one to weld it up and should fix your problem for a while,

had that on ours n it was fine till it got written of with 260 000 kms on the clock and had bout 190 000 when the crack occured

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