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BRAND NEW MEGAN RACING - DRIFT CATBACK EXHAUST (MR-CBS-S2KDS-V2)
FIT: HONDA S2000 00-03 AP1 MODEL ONLY
The Honda S2000 was a breakthrough for Honda, being their first full-production FR car with VTEC the S2000 dominated the race track even in it s stock trim with impressive handling and agility. The S2000 features a DOHC F20C5 and then later the F22C1; these engines were designed to be kept in the high-rpm range with the help of the Close-Ratio 6-Speed Transmission.
An engine is basically a glorified pump. If you want to get the most efficiency from your engine you\'re going to have to reduce any form of restriction before and after the engine. To reduce restriction before the engine, you need a good free-flowing and efficient Intake system. To reduce restriction after the motor you\'ll need a good set of headers and an exhaust system to match.
Megan Racing has developed such an exhaust for the Honda S2000 to extract the cars full potential of it\'s high-reving DOHC VTEC Motor.
Constructed of Stainless Steel T-304 Piping and a High-Flow Perforated Core muffler, this exhaust delivers a mellow tone while increasing performance. To reduce any type of turbulence in the system, a single exhaust path was utilized rather than a Dual-Exhaust. This increased the efficiency of the exhaust and offered a deeper tone.
By popular demand, we\'ve increased our Version-2 exhaust to an almost uncalled for 3-Inches. This of course is tuned for the more track-intensive vehicles that are always in the High-RPM range as you will lose a little low-end torque. The exhaust tone also becomes a little more aggressive and may cause discomfort in the cabin due to drone. Please note that due to the louder exhaust, attention from law enforcment will also be increased.
- 3" Piping
- 4" Tip.
- Perfect for Forced Induction and Tuned Naturally Aspirated powerplants.
NOTE: All Megan Racing Exhaust and Suspension products are deemed for "off-road use only"-- please check local laws regarding the modification of the exhaust systems by checking the vehicle code for your state. Many states are more stringent on exhaust modification laws and to pass SMOG. Please check your local laws.