For Sale is a W126 Tri-Y exhaust manifolds set. It was taken out of an 86 560sec. The manifolds are in good shape, have been cleaned and painted with silver high temperature exhaust manifold paint, the heat shields are in decent shape, they have been cleaned and polished with a wire wheel, the mounting screws and washers have been painted a gloss black for the heat shields.
Mercedes 500 560 Tri Y Exhaust Manifolds | eBay
This Tri-Y system will fit any m117 5.0 and 5.6 engine, a direct fit on any Left hand drive w126 500, 560 SE SEL SEC. It is original Mercedes-Benz manifolds. Consisting of 4 separate part numbers 117 142 5102, 117 142 4802, 117 142 4502, 117 142 4602.
This Tri-Y system should yield an 25-30hp increase over the stock US setup, and an 10-15hp increase over the euro log setup. It will also increase the torque and torque band.
This set is being sold as is condition. Local pickup in the Boston MA area is welcomed, shipping is available to the lower 48 states only.
Please contact me with any questions, thanks,
Do you guys think its worth spending the money to gain an extra 10 - 15 HP boost? That's only about a 5 percent ( max) gain over my current Euro setup.A fellow member went through the conversion from US spec to Tri Y's. He got his down pipes from Time Valve and they were $500 (I think). They fit like a glove.
It's something I'm certainly saving for dead last. $1500 can buy you a lot of other things. Also, there is a chance you'll come across a set in the junkyard. I think $900 is way overpriced for just the headers.Do you guys think its worth spending the money to gain an extra 10 - 15 HP boost? That's only about a 5 percent ( max) gain over my current Euro setup.
The Tri Y's are just part of an entire system so it depends of what your end goal is. Mine was heads, Tri Y's and exhaust so yes it was worth it.Do you guys think its worth spending the money to gain an extra 10 - 15 HP boost? That's only about a 5 percent ( max) gain over my current Euro setup.