After installing the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe to the Mercedes Benz CLA250 last week. Here is another Mercedes benz with the same engine (M270) installed the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe but it is the Mercedes Benz A250 (W176) this round.
In the picture below, the comparison between the SUPERCIRCUIT Catless Downpipe in stainless steel vs. the Mercedes Benz A250 (W176) Downpipe which has a huge catalytic converter.
The SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe is installed to the Mercedes Benz A250's M270 engine shown in the pictures below.
The stainless steel flanges are laser cut and CNC machined for flawless fitment on the Mercedes Benz A250's turbo outlet as show in the picture here.
All sensors are to be plugged back in positions for accurate readings on the Mercedes Benz A250.
View from the undercarriage of the Mercedes Benz A250, the mandrel bent pipes moves fluently along the sections under the oil sump and over the front crossmember.
For ease of installation, the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe is made up of two sections and is connected with the exhaust clamp as shown in the picture here.
The mandrel bent pipe is going over the front crossmember and meets up with the original catback exhaust system of the Mercedes Benz A250.
At the other end of the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe, it is direct clampped onto the Mercedes Benz A250's original catback exhaust system as show in the pictures below. No further mod is required.
The SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe is made with larger bore grade 304 mandrel bent stainless steel and is fully TIG/Argon welded on CNC manchined stainless steel flanges for direct bolt-on application and is 100% compatible with the Mercedes Benz A250's original catback exhaust system as show in the picture above. No further mod is required during the installation of the SUPERCIRCUIT Downpipe.
To purchase or for more information about the above SUPERCIRCUIT direct bolt-on catless Downpipe made for the Mercedes Benz A250 (W176), 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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