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COBB TUNING GT-R CATTED CAST BELLMOUTH DOWNPIPES

COBB TUNING GT-R CATTED CAST BELLMOUTH DOWNPIPES

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COBB TUNING GT-R CATTED CAST BELLMOUTH DOWNPIPES

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COBB would like to introduce its new and improved Nissan GT-R Catted Downpipes with cast bellmouth! Made from 304-stainless, the COBB catted cast bellmouth downpipes are a direct OEM replacement and will bolt up to the stock exhaust system or aftermarket systems alike.

COBB would like to introduce its new and improved Nissan GT-R Catted Downpipes with cast bellmouth! These high-flow, mandrel-bent, 304-stainless downpipes allow for better flow, faster turbo-spool and improved transient response. The COBB catted cast bellmouth downpipes are a direct OEM replacement and will bolt up to the stock exhaust system or aftermarket systems alike.

Nissan GT-R Catted Cast Bellmouth Downpipes
Cast Stainless Steel Bellmouth
3″ 304 Stainless Steel Construction
200 Cell High Flow Catalytic Converter
Direct OEM Fitment
TIG Welded

Additional information

Weight 20 lbs
Dimensions 22.5 x 22 x 9 in

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