Saturday, September 16, 2017

Mini Cooper S (F56) Downpipe

Here at SuperCircuit Exhaust Pro Shop, we strive our very best to bring you the latest exhaust products and ensure it is always in stock. We have probably the largest collection of turbo downpipes and exhaust headers in the country. All the SUPERCIRCUIT products are produced and installed in-house to ensure perfect fitment and with performance improvement.

This is the 3rd generation Mini Cooper S (F56) with the SUPERCIRCUIT catless downpipe installed here at the SuperCircuit Exhaust Pro Shop:

On this Mini Cooper S F56 is the 2.0L turbo charged engine from BMW (code name B48).

In the pictures below, the SUPERCIRCUIT catless downpipe, laying side by side is the Mini Cooper S (F56) stock downpipe with a huge catalytic converter. The SUPERCIRCUIT downpipe is made with larger bore stainless steel mandrel bent pipes and is fully TIG/Argon welded on CNC machined stainless steel flanges, for accurate fitment and long lasting performance.

Unlike the previous Mini Cooper S R56 model, the downpipe of the Mini Cooper F46 is behind the engine and it takes plenty of effort to remove and install the SUPERCIRCUIT one. See how the peripheral components are removed to access to the downpipe in our Facebook video here.

At the other end of the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe, it is connected to the rest of the Mini Cooper S (F56) factory stock exhaust system via an original exhaust clamp.

This downpipe is fully compatible with the Mini Cooper S (F56) factory stock exhaust system, no mod is required during the installation.

This catless downpipe promotes better exhaust flow, hence faster turbo spooling and higher torque and horsepower can be achieved. It is ideal for ecu remapping/ tuning needs.

To purchase or for more information about the above SUPERCIRCUIT direct bolt-on catless Downpipe made for the 3rd generation Mini Cooper S (F56), 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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