If you have been a reader of this blog, you may have heard me mention Glenn Camilleri and Cam Tech Auto in Mississauga (just west of Toronto). Glenn has been a life long friend and cohort on all my project cars and trucks. Continue reading
I have been toying with the idea of making my Mazda3 different than the norm without going all crazy and bizarre with my car. What I want to do was to perform some mods that are clean, smooth, functional, beautiful and unique.
Some of you have read about the Type R red carpet kit that I have installed on my own car (I know, many of you have asked about making that kit available, I will soon But I am enjoying the novelty of being the only Mazda3 on the planet with the Red carpet) and I have added some other interior mods that are subtle but help to tie the whole package together.
But my next big project is creating a center exit exhaust for the first generation Mazda 3. You can see from the quick sketch the rough idea that I have for making it happen.
I am fortunate for my ties to the automotive industry (in particular manufacturing) and have already started talking about getting this made for me. I have already consulted my longtime friend Glenn @ Cam Tech Auto on the exhaust fabrication and it is a go from that perspective
But, I want to create either a carbon fiber or fiberglass rear valance section for the rear bumper to completely clean up the dual center exhaust tip installation.
What do you guys think? Let me know, how would you do it differently? If you have any sketches add links to your comments.