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Aam Competition 2.5" 350z De Resonated Test Pipes Was $429.99 Now $399.00 on

US $399.00

Annapolis Junction, Maryland, United States

Annapolis Junction, Maryland, United States
Condition:New Brand:AAM COMPETITION Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:AAMC35E-ResTest

AAM Competition 2.5" 350z DE Resonated Test Pipes

 Flow of test pipes while minimizing drone and rasp:
  • Aggressive Exhaust tone
  • Minimal drone and rasp
  • Adds 8+ RWHP
  • Precision TIG welded T-304 16 gauge stainless steel
  • T-304 stainless steel flanges
  • Easy to install, direct bolt on
  • All hardware included
  • Made in USA
2003-2006 Nissan 350z VQ35DE
2003-2006 Infiniti G35 VQ35DE

Objectives behind the design of AAM Competition Resonated Test Pipes are simple; increase exhaust flow, enhance exhaust note, while minimize drone and rasp. It is not uncommon to develop drone and rasp while freeing up the exhaust flow of your Nissan/Infiniti. Although AAM Competition Resonated Test Pipes will not guarantee a complete drone/rasp free set up, we can assure that the additional resonator in the test pipes will combat odd exhaust frequencies that cause drone/rasp.

The factory catalytic converter leaves a lot of power on the table with its smaller piping diameter and extremely dense core. While being a very simple and inexpensive bolt on, upgrading to aftermarket test pipes is a no-brainer. AAM Competition 2.5” Resonated Test Pipes replace the factory catalytic converter and are designed purely for off-road performance. Each unit is hand assembled at AAM Competition's manufacturing facility in the U.S.A., using raw T-304 16 gauge stainless steel piping with T-304 stainless steel flanges.

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