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AAM Competition 370Z 2.5″ True Dual Exhaust”

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AAM Competition 370Z 2.5″ True Dual Exhaust”

$1,349.99 $1,149.99

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Description

The AAM Competition 370Z 2.5″ True Dual Exhaust was designed with the street performance enthusiast in mind. The system is constructed of 2.5 inch 304 grade stainless steel. It was engineered for minimal bends and smooth transitions. The system looks great and has a great performance sound (just listen to the clip below).

We have tested the system on the dyno, just bolting the AAM Competition 2.5 inch true dual on added 14+ hp and 11 ft pounds of torque. The system comes with the hardware and gaskets required for proper installation. Produced in our US facility.

– Performance exhaust tone
– Adds 14+ HP
– All stainless steel
– Easy to install and fits all 2009 & up 370z
– Made in USA
– Shipping: Due to the oversize nature of this item, special shipping quotes may be required prior to time of sale. Please contact us for further information.

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Additional information

Weight 70 lbs
Dimensions 62 x 24 x 10 in

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