SupraSport LIPP high flow elbow pics

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The Magnificent Seven
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I'm going through some boxes of parts to sell and found this relic. Figured I'd post some pictures here for posterity and because I'll probably never see another one again. I went with a one-piece downpipe from the CT-26 but every now and then I think about swapping this back in.

SupraSport LIPP High Flow Turbo Elbow, single-piece cast stainless, direct fit to the CT-26. Retailed for $259 back in the early 2000s.

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SupraTrbo89

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I have one of these sitting in my garage as well. I just removed it to run a BIC divorced downpipe. Was running it with a stainless Random Technologies downpipe. Never seen anyone else running a random technologies downpipe. I bought it about 20 years ago and it's all stainless and doesn't have a bottleneck at the flex section like the HKS dp.
 
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Post some pictures if you can. Might be interesting to turn this thread into a collection of NLA parts.
 

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Very cool. I have the Suprasport one and the Blitz version in a box somewhere.

The Blitz is cast iron from memory

The Suprasport elbow has a matching stainless downpipe to match the cast iron elbow. They both came from the Suprasport workshop Supra.
 
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loc182

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Love that part and tried to find one to buy a few years back. I have a BIC DDPR, but I would prefer the LIPP along with a DP that doesn't hang so low.
 
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Nick M

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Love that part and tried to find one to buy a few years back. I have a BIC DDPR, but I would prefer the LIPP along with a DP that doesn't hang so low.
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HKS off road down pipe, needed flex section, high flow elbow. I took the picture due to claims of HKS hanging low. It doesn't. The installation was at fault. I wasn't there, so it's hard to say what all people do.
 
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SupraTrbo89

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I use to run the LIPP elbow and a random technology dp and recently switched to a bic dpp (not recirc.) and I will say I feel like the turbo is more responsive with the bic dpp.
 
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