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Motordyne Engineering ART Test Pipes 3.5L VQ35

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Motordyne Engineering ART Test Pipes 3.5L VQ35

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Through countless hours of research and development a new path has been explored in the never ending quest for performance. A method of directly altering exhaust harmonics for enhanced performance and sound, this is Motordyne’s debut of the patent pending Advanced Resonance TuningTM. ART pipes increase power and torque without the drastic increase in loudness normally associated with test pipes. These provide the quietest, smoothest, deepest sound while greatly reducing or eliminating rasp and drone. The difference in sound is not subtle. They’re not conventional test pipes. They’re ART pipes!

These ART pipes have been indipendently tested by various magazines and online sources and have proved great results! This is true AEROSPACE technology for your car!

Fits NISSAN / INFINITI VQ35 (DE and Rev Up) engines.

Additional information

Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 30 x 18 x 15 in

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