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Old 17-07-2019, 06:09   #1
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Evo X varis style rear diffuser

Firstly sorry if this is in the wrong part of the forum.

I wanted to know if anyone has fitted a varis style rear diffuser with an ETS V3 exhaust system?

I really want one but not sure if it will fit with the ETS V3 system.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 17-07-2019, 18:14   #2
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Which ones that? The one where the rear bumper is connected to the the diffuser? If so it should line up as the same as OEM diffuser I reckon.
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Old 18-07-2019, 07:17   #3
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Which ones that? The one where the rear bumper is connected to the the diffuser? If so it should line up as the same as OEM diffuser I reckon.
Hey buddy, it's this one here https://www.carbon-addiction.com/ind...ser-undertray/

If you see the ETS V3 system you'll notice what I mean with how it sits quite low potentially interfering with the undertray part of the diffuser but I could be wrong.
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Hey buddy, it's this one here https://www.carbon-addiction.com/ind...ser-undertray/

If you see the ETS V3 system you'll notice what I mean with how it sits quite low potentially interfering with the undertray part of the diffuser but I could be wrong.
I'm not personally familiar with the ETS V3, but doesn't it do away with the backbox? Assuming that's right, I'd expect there to be even better clearance under the Varis product? However, doesn't it also depend on the size of your tailpipes? With my Milltek exhaust the 5" end pipes protrude below the general level of the OE diffuser by quite a lot!
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Hey buddy, it's this one here https://www.carbon-addiction.com/ind...ser-undertray/

If you see the ETS V3 system you'll notice what I mean with how it sits quite low potentially interfering with the undertray part of the diffuser but I could be wrong.
Have you’d purchase the ETS V3 system already? Sorry for the delay I’m kinda busy at work & stuff.

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I'm not personally familiar with the ETS V3, but doesn't it do away with the backbox? Assuming that's right, I'd expect there to be even better clearance under the Varis product? However, doesn't it also depend on the size of your tailpipes? With my Milltek exhaust the 5" end pipes protrude below the general level of the OE diffuser by quite a lot!
Thanks for your response, I've attached a link of the exhaust just FYI. Hopefully it'll give a better idea of what I'm saying. I'm hoping that it'll be ok. https://rallinspired.com/product/ets...-system-evo-x/
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Have youd purchase the ETS V3 system already? Sorry for the delay Im kinda busy at work & stuff.
Hi mate, don't be silly about taking ages to respond!

Yeah the system was purchased and on the car already.
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I also have the Varis rear diffuser but I got a custom exhaust made so I’m guessing I’m ok, but the ETS V3 doesn’t look too bad but if it was a ETS V1, I’ll be saying that you’d would be having a problem.
I reckon you’ll be alright depending on when the exhaust passes under the rear subframe???
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Have a look at this, I knew somebody on here had that setup: https://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=531267
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Have a look at this, I knew somebody on here had that setup: https://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=531267
Thanks for the link buddy. That's given me slightly better insight as he's running an ETS v2 system which is almost the same as the V3 so I think I should be okay.

This modding bug never ends lol!
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