AIRTEC Motorsport De-Cat Downpipe for Mini Cooper R56.
Made to a high quality standard and all tubing is finished in brushed stainless steel.
Designed and finished in the UK.
This is a universal fitting product proven to give significant power gains as well as increased pops and bangs due to an improved flow of exhaust gases.
Supplied with bracket and bolt, with comprehensive fitting guide.
We recommend this to be used with Stage 2 (ECU Software) but can be used with a standard car.
Manufactured from T304 grade stainless steel tube.
Formed using the finest mandrel bending machines.
Will fit the following:
This part is sold for motorsport and off road use only and will NOT be able to pass a UK MOT emissions test or police road side checks.
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