Your local exhaust shop should be able to help you out while you wait. I have had a few different pipes bent to shape simply by doing exactly what you have, made a template to go by. Cost was very cheap too as they charge by the length of pipe at our shop and time wise was very quick.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
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I've had good success buying bright steel pre-formed bends, (most decent exhaust shops carry them), in THREE inch, buy them in just about any configuration, any angle. I butt weld them with the mig, only thing is you have to clean all the zinc coating off first. I use either a linishing flap or a light grinding wheel on the 5 inch angle grinder.
Made up some unusual designs for my own application, using heavy walled exhaust pipe for the air inlet!
I've even salvaged original exhaust flanges grinding them clean and removed the original 2 & 1/4 inch pipe replacing it with three inch at the turbo outlet.
Best of luck, Dave_64
Thanks for the input, yeah it does kick a little bit to the chassis up the top, the problem I am having is that a lot of people can bend the 3 1/2 inches but not may can bend the radius at the 230 mm most can only go up to about 150 mm or so. So we are trying to find someone that can do 230 just to try and keep it original.
I will give all the suggestions a go. thanks very much for the info.