This Mini F56 Cooper S performance exhaust is made in 3"/76.2mm pipework with a 4.5" (114.3mm) 200 Cell Sports Cat and fits from the turbo to the front pipe of the Cobra Cat Back setup to replace the standard catalyst.
The sports cat exhaust option will enable you to pass a UK MOT emissions test or police road side checks.
The de-cat sports exhaust 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.
All relevant fittings and gaskets are supplied (Except turbo gasket).
Cobra aim to deliver within 7-10 working days of you placing your order. However, due to the individually hand-crafted nature of their products, many of the parts are made to order so please allow up to 30 days for deliveries. If delivery time is critical please contact us for an estimated shipping date.
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Some of our products are large items to ship and it is difficult to calculate accurate shipping costs to everywhere in the world - if you are unhappy about the shipping cost quoted at checkout please contact us with your exact location and postal code so that we can do our best to get you the most effective personalised shipping cost possible. We do not attempt to profit from delivery charges so we will get you the best deal we can.
We're dedicated to delivering your purchase as quickly and affordably as possible. Some of our products are hand made or custom made to order so they are not held in stock. Some goods come from abroad so may take a little longer than you expect.
If your purchase is time critical please check with us before placing your order to avoid being disappointed.
Car modification laws in the UK and elsewhere are in place to ensure drivers who want to enhance their vehicles adhere to certain safety standards. While modifications are a great way to alter the look and performance of a car, some may also affect the handling and overall safety of the vehicle on the road.
You may need to inform your insurance company of any modifications made to your car – whether they were already installed when you purchased the vehicle or if you have done them yourself. If you don’t tell your insurer, any future claim you make could be turned down. Worse still, your insurance could be completely invalidated. Modifications carried out to any car may affect the vehicle manufacturers warranty.