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      10-15-2021, 10:31 AM   #1
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Supersprint F1 Race full exhaust (HFC Xpipe and Mufflers)

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Looking to make some changes and this is one of the first items to part with. Excellent sound, very very smell with HFC. Supersprint uses HJS cats which are some of the most high quality, motorsport grade cats you can buy. This is the complete exhaust from the headers back. This is a newer version and now the tips are adjustable so it should work for both E90 and E92, but I cannot completely confirm E90 fitment as I have an E92.


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as long as the tips are adjustable you are good to go for E90 and per images it looks to be the case! great exhaust!
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as long as the tips are adjustable you are good to go for E90 and per images it looks to be the case! great exhaust!
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Too bad the mid-pipe only fits the SS rear exhaust

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Do you know what the weight savings is on this over stock?
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any idea what the o2 bunk on the catalyst is for?
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any idea what the o2 bunk on the catalyst is for?
I believe there is a thought you could plug the OE 2nd bung and run an extended harness on the rear o2 and plug it post-cat. This way you could possibly defeat the CEL without needing a tune.

I have a tune to get around any rear o2 CEL so hasn't been an issue for me.
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Do you know what the weight savings is on this over stock?
I don't. I have a friend that has just the rear section and was told 10-12lbs lighter than stock but the Xpipe difference has to be a good bit more. I'd say at a minimum you're looking at 25-30lbs of savings over a full OE system. I forgot to take weights of it all before I installed it.
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Bump with new price.
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Bump! Someone wants a new exhaust for Christmas!
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