CSP Python Exhaust, Pre '71 Bus, 42mm AC251021 >

CSP Python Exhaust, Pre '71 Bus, 42mm

CSP Python Exhaust, Pre '71 Bus, 42mm >

Custom & Speed Parts Product

Part Code: AC251021


* This is a Special Order item. We will order it for you immediately, but it may take up to six weeks to arrive, unless it is a TMI part, which may take up to 12 weeks to arrive.



CSP 42mm stainless steel python exhaust system. Designed for use with stock heat exchangers or CSP J tubes. Supplied with all hardware to fit.

CSP had an objective when making these exhausts. To have an ultimate road exhaust system for large capacity, high performance engines that still allowed the use of heat exchangers. The Python exhaust fulfils these requirements. They feature perfectly matched pipe lengths and convergence of the four exhaust pipes, arranged in order of ignition, into the large painstakingly manufactured collector. Internally the collector forms a pyramidal shape for optimum flow patterns and maximum gas velocity, which improve the torque curve all the way up to peak horsepower and beyond. The stainless steel absorption silencer specially manufactured for CSP products, provides the system with a dull thudding, sporting sound and an unobstructed path for the exhaust gases into the atmosphere.

Exhaust manifold made from stainless steel 1.4512
Silencer made of stainless steel 1.4301
For use with heat exchangers
Can be supplied in 38mm, 42mm, 45mm, 48mm diameters
Various cone diameter inserts
Equal pipe lengths
Solid laser cut flanges


Top Quality


42mm external diameter pipe

For Vehicles

T2 Bay 1968-1971 | T2 Split 1960-1967

Product Questions

Hi will this exhaust fit the 1776cc engine you sell, fitted to a 1966 split screen with rear bumper bar and are J Pipes inclueded also is there a better exhaust choice available thanks in advance
Question by: Chris Halford on 2 Nov 2018 05:44:00
The 38mm would be better suited, I have this on my Bay with a 2109cc engine. It is supplied with J tubes
The ground clearance and exhaust note is very good. I'm happy with mine
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 2 Nov 2018 09:03:00