Introducing the Gen 2 Mini Scorpion Resonated Cat Back System – the ultimate performance upgrade for your Mini Clubman.
Scorpion has developed a new performance cat-back exhaust system for the Mini Clubman Cooper S which improves the drive-ability of the vehicle.
Constructed from 63.5mm / 2.5" T304 stainless steel pipework for better flow rates, the cat-back system can be customised to the drivers personal preference with the option of a resonated or non-resonated centre section. The acoustically developed exhaust system improves the vehicles soundtrack without causing any unwanted frequencies in the cabin. At the rear of the system are Scorpion's popular 100mm polished Daytona tailpipes which fit perfectly within the lines of the rear valance increasing the MINI's sporty profile.
For further performance enhancement, Scorpion technicians have confirmed the fitment of the popular sports catalyst and catalyst replacements pipes. The fully interchangeable turbo downpipes improve flow and improve the exhaust tone. (Fits Clubman Cooper S and Cooper S R55/56/57/58/59) re-map recommended when installing this product.
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