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Found this Italian vendor for exhaust/turbo parts

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Inox exhaust , 200 cell downpipe/decat and a 330/350 hp turbo and last but not least, (no picture) the slices of salami exhaust :

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  • It is installed in place of the original on the usual flange and on the usual attachments, in order to maintain the originality of the car, replacing it with a stainless steel exhaust with a sporty sound.
  • Left and right exit of 115mm round cut into slices of salami

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Found this Italian vendor for exhaust/turbo parts

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Inox exhaust , 200 cell downpipe/decat and a 330/350 hp turbo and last but not least, (no picture) the slices of salami exhaust :

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  • It is installed in place of the original on the usual flange and on the usual attachments, in order to maintain the originality of the car, replacing it with a stainless steel exhaust with a sporty sound.
  • Left and right exit of 115mm round cut into slices of salami

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Hi, Yes i know this company, bought the Downpipe with catalyst, really happy with it
(In the ecu, i had possible error code removed already)
See a photo of Protoxide downpipe vs Original
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I'm sorry, but I would have been after that vendor big time. Those welds are horrible and wouldn't pass any type of inspection. I would be seriously concerned about long term reliability and high temperature failure and weld cracking.
 

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Hi, Yes i know this company, bought the Downpipe with catalyst, really happy with it
(In the ecu, i had possible error code removed already)
See a photo of Protoxide downpipe vs Original
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Hello,

How is fitment? Plug 'n play? What about emissions? The error code in the ecu, got some info about it?
The diameter of the tubing??
Just curious :)
 

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Hi, fitting is 100% plug and play
As i had my ecu reprogrammed, i had already removed the warning for a cat-replacement downpipe, not sure if it was needed as this 200cell still works as a catalyst
 
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