Monza 4-Tip Exhaust Bundle Kit VW T2 Bay 1600cc 1967–1979 VW B...

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Monza 4-Tip Exhaust Bundle Kit VW T2 Bay 1600cc 1967–1979 VW Beetle 1300-1600cc 1962 on

JK Part Number: J10077

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Quality EMPI product. Complete Monza 4-Tip exhaust bundle kit. Fits 1300cc-1600cc VW Beetles from 1962 to 1998, and 1600cc VW T2 Bays from 1967 to 1979.

Kit contains special Monza exhaust with four chrome tail pipes, silver finish airhose and silencer fitting kit.

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Customer Reviews (7)

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  • Good value exhaust vs. Vintage Speed - some minor fitting issues on a 72' Bay Window.

    The exhaust looks and sounds great, the 4 chrome tips will clear under early style wrap around bumpers with about a fingers width spare! Quite fiddly to get heat exchangers and this exhaust to line up squarely with the cylinder heads. Some fettling needed, may need to cut off a section of the J tubes from the exchangers to reduce their length. A slight fitting issue with a 72' bay bus using stock tinware is the hole in the tinware for the left side fresh air ducting is almost directly above outlet pipe for this exhaust on no 4 head which means you'll have to crush part of the fresh air ducting around the outlet pipe to get it to fit to the heat exchanger. So aluminium tubing recommended. The 'transit paint' has lasted for about 9k miles before needing repainting. I will try my cardboard tubing when refitting second time, as the aluminium ducting tubing had become very brittle and ripped when removing the exhaust.

    by Neal on 14/03/2018

  • Monza 4 tip exhaust

    No brainier for the money. Looks and sounds good and not too noisy. Be prepared to cut off and weld rear pipes back on as on a 74 bay they were catching the rear engine support. JK should address this issue or at least warn buyers. Transit paint should burn off after a couple of weeks then best to paint to protect.

    by Busrat on 25/11/2015

  • Looks Great

    Haven't fitted it yet, that's a job for this weekend, but looks great, only problem so far is instructions suggest removing transit paint and 're painting with heat resistant paint. The paint remover I bought didn't even touch the paint that's on it.

    by Colin on 24/09/2014

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Questions & Answers (10)

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    • Damian said: 22/04/2010 18:58
    • Will this fit a 1997 bus with a Type 4 2000cc FI engine?
    • Answer: Sorry, I meant 1977 bus...
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    • quentin said: 21/06/2010 10:07
    • My VW beetle has been lowered, I was wondering if this would have suitable ground clearance or is there a better choice for a lowered beetle?
    • Answer: For a fully lowered beetle the best ground clearance is achieved with the stock exhaust but this system comes a close second
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    • Rowan said: 08/07/2010 00:04
    • will this fit a 1200cc engine?
    • Answer: No, this will not fit as the 1200 engines are narrower than the larger capacity engines
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    • David said: 23/09/2010 14:35
    • will this fit a 1500cc engine?
    • Answer: Yes, this will fit all the type 1 engines from 1300 to 1914cc
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    • Gordon said: 25/09/2010 16:31
    • Hi is it easy to fit... how does it line up with heat exchangers etc..??
    • Answer: This is easy to fit if you have mechanical knowledge. As with fitting any exhaust you would loosen the heat exchangers when fitting. Assemble the exhaust loosely with all fittings and tighten the nuts and bolts once its all assembled.
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    • daniel said: 29/01/2012 17:59
    • Is this a good quality exhaust? And will this fit my heat exchanges like the stock exhaust? 1600 tp 78 bay
    • Answer: Hi there yes this is a good quality exhaust it will not fit the heat exchanges like the standard one the silver pipe we sell with it is supposed to attach to the fan housing ends and then to the heat exchanger ends.
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    • gareth said: 30/04/2012 13:42
    • Hi,

      I have just purchased a t2 with this exhaust fitted. I am getting an exhaust smell in the cab which i have been told is the paint burning off. As far as I'm aware there is no pipe from the heat exchanger to the fan housing end. do you sell a specific pipe for the job or does the empi silver airhose suffice. Will this pipe stop the exhaust smell entering the cab ? what exactly do I need to purchase (jubilee clips, adaptors and hoses) Any info greatly appreciated.
    • Answer: The silver air hose is what you need to take the air from the fan to the heat exchangers . if you want to put some clips on it then you need j10665
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    • Ginty said: 19/01/2014 19:05
    • Just fitted this to my van but my rear bumper no longer fits, looks like I'll have to get a couple of notches cut in it. Has any one else had the same issue or is it just me?
    • Answer: This is a very few and far between problem could you send us in some photo's to [email protected] so we can look into this further for you
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    • Adam Hoolahan said: 25/08/2014 19:48
    • Hi my exhaust just fell apart would love a monza four tip but worried it may hit my towbar its a full width towbar just behind bumper does the silencer sit behind body work or just behind bumper
    • Answer: This exhaust should be able to be fitted to a van with a tow bar .
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    • Andy G said: 05/02/2015 23:54
    • Will this replace an exhaust off my 1998 Mexican Beetle, do the pipes come out below the rear valance. Many Thanks
    • Answer: Yes it would fit. However, you'd need to seek an MOT testers advise as you would lose the catalytic converter. Yes the pipes would come out below the valance.
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