There are detail that makes a difference between the SUPERCIRCUIT Satria Neo CPS extractor and the rest of the extractors out there.
Above is the Satria Neo CPS under carriage with complete set of exhaust system made of grade 304 mandrel bent stainless steel and are fully TIG/Argon welded by the master craftsmen here at the SuperCircuit Exhaust Pro Shop.
The close up of the SUPERCIRCUIT Satria Neo CPS extractor....
It is like a piece of modern art....
The Proton Satria Neo CPS factory stock extractor vs. the SUPERCIRCUIT tuned length extractor made of stainless steel mandrel bent pipes and fully TIG/Argon welded on CNC machined stainless steel flanges.
Note the catalytic converter on the Satria Neo CPS factory stock extractor. The SUPERCIRCUIT one has been 'de-cated' for better performance, higher exhaust flow efficiency thus higher engine output.
The SUPERCIRCUIT Extractor is installed to the CAMPRO CPS engine blog.
View from below....
The O2 sensor bung of the Satria Neo CPS is relocated to get better signal after changing to the SUPERCIRCUIT tuned length extractor. All done by our experienced technicians here at SuperCircuit Exhaust Pro Shop.
In order to optimized the whole exhaust set up, the grade 304 2.0" stainless steel mandrel bent pipes are used to form the cat back exhaust system.
Mandrel bent stainless steel piping maintains the inner diameter size along the whole exhaust system.
The picture above shows the comparison between the factory stock standard catback exhaust system and the custom made stainless steel cat back exhaust system by SUPERCIRCUIT.
Lastly, the performance. Needless to say more, the dyno chart tells it all....
Sound clip and promotional video of the SUPERCIRCUIT Satria Neo CPS extractor:
To purchase or for more information about the above SUPERCIRCUIT Proton Satria Neo CPS 4-2-1 extractor and the custom made catback exhaust system, please visit us at SuperCircuit exhaust Pro Shop, SS13 Subang Jaya Industrial Estate. Tel: 03 5632 2855 or Send Us A Message using the form on the right of this page.
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