PASMAG Takeda USA Exhaust 2006-11 Honda Civic Si

Takeda USA announces the release of an Axle-Back exhaust system for the 2006-11 Honda Civic Si L4-2.0L, P/N 49-36606.

In testing, this system produced a maximum gain of six horsepower and five lbs. x ft. of torque. This exhaust is constructed from 2.5” brushed finish, mandrel bent, 304-stainless steel and is TIG-welded. The system uses a high-flow, polished 304 stainless steel muffler which improves performance across the power band while maintaining a great tone. To finish off this exhaust system is a massive four inch double wall, slash-cut, 304 stainless steel Takeda laser etched tip. This system uses all factory hanger locations for a hassle-free installation. No modifications necessary and all systems use factory mounting locations providing stability and hassle-free installation. A high quality OE style flange is used to maintain a quality seal for the life of the exhaust system. A polished, 304-stainless steel, free-flowing muffler is used to absorb high pitch tones producing a powerful sound and unleashing all available horsepower and torque.

P/N 49-36606 retails from around $418.95 and is available in stores now.

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