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Motordyne Shockwave E370 Cat Back Exhaust System – 370z/G37

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Motordyne Shockwave E370 Cat Back Exhaust System – 370z/G37

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Description

The Motordyne ShockWave))) 370Z/G37

A True Dual X (TDX) pipe exhaust system optimized for the highest level of torque and power by using progressively expanding dual 2.5″ primary tubes and dual 3.0″ exhaust tubing for the best overall power curve.

The completely polished exhaust system comes with 4.5″ rolled or slash cut exhaust tips in Stainless Steel or burnt Titanium.

(The 600HP+ Turbo TDX available in full dual 3″ tubing. Contact us for more info.)

Additional information

Weight 60 lbs
Dimensions 64 x 26 x 18 in
Vehicle

370z, G37 Coupe, G37 Sedan

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