Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Honda Civic FC 1.5T Downpipe

Here at SUPERCIRCUIT Exhaust Pro Shop, we not only have the largest collection of downpipes and exhaust headers in the country, we also strive our very best to provide you the optimum performance and quality products that are R&D, manufactured and installed at our installation bays.

So we keep moving forward and this is the Ver. 2.0 SUPERCIRCUIT catless downpipe made for the Honda Civic FC 1.5T which is now compatible with the factory original heat shield.



On the 10th generation Honda Civic FC is the L15B7 turbo charged 1.5L in-line 4-cylinder engine as shown in the picture below with the factory stock downpipe removed. 


The closeup look at the turbo outlet of the Honda Civic FC 1.5T.


Comparing the Honda Civic FC 1.5T downpipe which has a huge catalytic converter, the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe is made with larger bore grade 304 stainless steel mandrel bent pipes and is fully TIG/Argon welded on CNC machined flanges for perfect fitting and optimum exhaust flow (See Dyno Graph on the SUPERCIRCUIT Facebook's photo album here).



The SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe is installed to the Honda Civic FC 1.5T (SEE BELOW PICTURES). This catless downpipe removes the restriction of the catalytic converter, allowing higher exhaust flow and cause the turbo to spool faster hence better engine output and lesser turbo lag.


The latest version of the SUPERCIRCUIT downpipe is compatible with the stock original heat shield, so it can be installed back in position for a neater and better heat management at the engine bay.


The SUPERCIRCUIT downpipe is designed to bolt-on straight. It is fully compatible with the original O2 sensors and direct fit to the original catback exhaust system as shown in the pictures below.




To purchase or for more information about the above SUPERCIRCUIT Catless Downpipe made for the 10th generation Honda Civic FC 1.5 Turbo, please visit us at SuperCircuit exhaust Pro Shop, SS13 Subang Jaya Industrial Estate. Tel: +6 03 5632 2855 or Send Us A Message using the form on the right of this page.

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