Invidia Downpipe Catted - Mitsubishi Evo X 2008-2015
Manufacturer Part # HS09MEXDPC
Bundle Savings:MSRP: $717.00
A quality downpipe is a great way to improve the performance on a turbocharged vehicle. This is the Invidia one-piece catted downpipe that features a 76mm piping diameter combined with smooth mandrel bends that limit turbulence on acceleration. The result is more horsepower, more torque, with reduced turbo lag. This downpipe has been fabricated using quality 304 stainless steel materials to provide you with a lifetime of performance. It will bolt right up to the stock cat back exhaust system, or any stock replacement exhaust systems.
A new gasket for the rear section, along with new hardware will be provided to make this downpipe ready for installation.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Connection MindSet 3 years agoAnswer
Will this run well and connect right to my Tomei Expreme Ti Titanium Catback Exhaust on my 2014 EVO X GSR?
A: This will be a direct fit to any OEM length catback similar to the Tomei Expreme.
Nick S. 3 years ago
Q: check engine light? accord2loud 7 years agoAnswer
i was debating whether to going to catless catted downpipe. i know for a fact a catless will throw a code. would the catted downpipe throw a code, and should i buy a defouler plug? i dont want to throw any code
A: As it is a high flow cat, a chance still exists of a CEL do to the cat. To make sure that issue does not come up I would recommend to probably do a ECU reflash or the plug defouler
Kirill C. 7 years ago