Gen 1 Mini Scorpion Non-resonated cat-back system - One/Cooper R50 - 2001 - 2006




Introducing the Gen 1 Mini Scorpion Non-Resonated Cat-Back System for the R50 – a performance upgrade designed for true MINI enthusiasts

Scorpion Exhausts Half System Stainless Steel
Non-Resonated Sports System (SMNS001) or Resonated System (SMN001)

BMW Mini One & Cooper 2001-2006

Half Systems
Want to extract a little more power from your car? A half system is the perfect compromise, leaving the factory catalysts (where fitted) in place and bolting directly to the OEM system. Most of our half-systems delete the centre cat or silencer, for improved gasflow and sound, but leave the car fully road legal and MOT ready.

Choose from Sports System
Road Legal Resonated System

50.8mm / 2" Half System includes:

Centre Pipe with No Silencer (Sports System)
Centre Pipe with High Performance Silencer (Resonated System)

  • Rear Silencer
  • Band Clamp
  • Fitting Kit
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