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Dyno-Proven Gains up to +19 HP & +20 Lbs. x Ft. TQ
3" Mandrel Bent, Brushed Finish 304 Stainless Steel Tubing for Improved Flow
Tri-Blue Exhaust Tips for a Stylish, Track-Ready Look
Dual Mufflers with 3-Way Tuned Collector Offers a Unique, Deep Tone
100% Hand TIG Welded for Strength and Durability
Unleash the full power and sound potential from your 2017+ Honda Civic Type-R with aFe's Takeda stainless steel cat-back exhaust system. 304 stainless steel tubing and dual free-flowing mufflers increased performance flow and delivered gains of up to +19 HP/ +20 lbs. x ft. TQ! 100% hand TIG-welded, this uniquely designed system incorporates a center "open-pipe" to improve performance across the power band while maintaining a smooth, deep tone. Three, 4" exhaust tips, "Tri-Tip", provides a track-ready, competitive look.
In house testing produced a max gain of +19 horsepower and +20 lb.-ft. of torque.
Brush Finished 304 Stainless Steel Construction:
3" mandrel bent, brush finished 304 stainless steel tubing merged into a 3-way tuned collector for maximum performance, corrosion resistance, durability and overall breath-taking appearance.
Mitered Merge Collector:
A mitered collector separates exhaust gases into three individual tubes. This decreases turbulence and increase exhaust velocity resulting in increased horsepower, torque and improved throttle response.
Smooth, Deep, Aggressive Sound:
Uniquely designed, dual free-flowing 304 stainless steel mufflers and a center "open-pipe" to unleash horsepower and torque gains across the power band while producing a powerful, smooth, deep tone.
Tri-Blue Flame Tips:
This system features two 4-1/2" and one 3-1/2" double-wall blue flame finished exhaust tips. The "Tri-Blue" completes the form and function of this Takeda exhaust system for a stylish and competitive look.
100% TIG-Welded by certified craftsmen for race proven strength and durability.
Will NOT fit Honda Civic Type R (FK2) Europe models.
This product does not require a CARB EO#
All aFe exhaust systems are engineered and manufactured in their Corona, California facility.