Gen 2 Mini Scorpion De-cat Downpipe - Countryman R60/Paceman R61 Cooper S All4 2010



Introducing the Gen 2 Mini Countryman R60 / Paceman R61 Scorpion De-Cat Downpipe, a high-performance upgrade designed for Mini enthusiasts who demand the best from their beloved vehicles.

Scorpion Exhausts Sports Catalyst de-cat pipe
Stainless Steel
MINI R60 Countryman and R61 Paceman Turbo 2010-2016

Catalyst Replacement / Bypass
A catalyst is a key component in emission control. It is also the most restrictive component of an exhaust. Scorpion's decats simply replace the catalyst altogether for the ultimate flow rate.

70mm / 2.75" Catalyst Replacement Pipe/ Bypass Pipe

Please note Scorpion Exhaust recommends a Stage 2 ECU remap if fitted.

Please note that the pipe is a larger diameter to standard, and can be a bit difficult to fit. You may require smaller nuts, or to slightly "dent" the pipe to allow the standard nuts to fit.


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