Thanks guys, great read...
Ivanerrol, couldn't find anything like that, but there are definately no catalytic converters or 02 sensors on the car... Went over it today.
i realise a good exhaust is expensive- A full 3" mandrel bent, with one muffler, dump pipe and high-flow cat for the Supra was $1300... and that wasn't stainless steel. Gave a great note, nice and quiet but loud on WOT.
For the 126 I don't want to spend a heap of money, as it's just going to be a daily driver... but very interesting read. I will probably just change the muffler combinations to get the nice V8 burble... As for extractors, I'll just have to keep my eye out...
I worked full time for a year to cover the Supra, don't want to have to do it again for the 126
(Currently at uni)
Thanks for the info though, are there any more differences between the South African and Australian models?
'88 W126 500SEC HV - Rauchsilber - 17" AMGs, H&R Springs, St/St exhaust, LSD - 200kW
'12 Toyota 86 GTS - The very much sideways poor man's Cayman
'84 Toyota MA61 Supra - 3 litre turbo - ~300kW, ~590Nm - Too much torque for the driveline :'(