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Invidia Gemini R400 Catback Exhaust System Titanium Tips
Scion FR-S 2013-2016 / Subaru BRZ 2013+ / Toyota 86 2017+
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a large selection of quality high-performance master-crafted exhaust options brought to you by Invidia.
This is the Invidia Gemini R400 Cat-Back Exhaust System. This exhaust system features a design that combines minimal bends with a larger piping diameter. This will allow for an unobstructed exit of exhaust gases with minimal restrictions and turbulence. This will allow for improvements in both horsepower and torque, along with improvements in throttle response. Additionally, the Gemini R400 will create a race-inspired exhaust note that will make the overall driving experience much more enjoyable.
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I got this to replace my Invidia N1 catback. The R400 is significantly more quiet, as I can actually listen to music or have a conversation in my BRZ now. Though I wish it was a tad louder, there is no more drone (which is why I got the R400). But it does have a mature, deep tone rather than being loud for loud's sake. I'm giving this 4 stars because when I installed the exhaust, I noticed a fluttering sound when I started my car. After I went underneath, I felt around and found a leak on the muffler. The issue was that it wasn't welded all the way around the pipe that connected to the muffler. It was a good two inches of "exposed" piping. I was astounded... Like, how does that go unnoticed?? Especially for an exhaust that costs close to a grand. It's pretty disappointing. Had to take it to a shop to get the two inches of piping welded/sealed. Hopefully it wont happen to you, I'm just saying this was my experience. Overall I'd say this is a good exhaust. Sound wise, I had hoped for a BIT louder/deeper tone, but maybe that's because I am so used to the obnoxiously loud N1.