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Mini Cooper S Exhaust System, Cat Back R52 R53

Mini Cooper S Exhaust System, Cat Back R52 R53

Mini Cooper S Exhaust System, Cat Back R52 R53
Improve performance with this unique ULTRIK dual Cat-back sequential muffler performance exhaust system for the MINI Cooper S. A free flow design exhaust system increases horsepower while improving the exhaust note for a more aggressive (but not offending) sound. The exhaust tone of this Cat-Back exhaust system is our Sales Manager's favorite!

Fits:

2002-2006 R53 MINI Cooper S Hatchbacks
2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper S Convertible

This exhaust system is slightly more aggressive than the Borla Street system, but not as loud as the Borla Sport system.

Uses MINI Cooper factory mounting points for simple installation and stainless steel for excellent durability. 2 1/2" inside diameter and an all NEW tip design that flows through both tips (unlike some cheap knock-offs). This Catback system is shipped with interchangeable hangers suitable for 2002-2006 model years.

Oversize shipping charges apply.

NOTE: This product is 'made to order' and may take 3-4 weeks for delivery.

For help finding the correct Exhaust System for your MINI, take a look at our Mini Cooper Cat Back Exhaust Application Guide.

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This Item (NME1032) Fits the following cars:
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper
  • R52 Convertible
  • Automatic
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper
  • R52 Convertible
  • Manual
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R52 Convertible
  • Automatic
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R52 Convertible
  • Manual
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2006
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper
  • R52 Convertible
  • Automatic
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper
  • R52 Convertible
  • Manual
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R52 Convertible
  • Automatic
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R52 Convertible
  • Manual
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2005
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
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Created: August 22, 2014
Please note that certain aftermarket exhaust systems may not comply with applicable California laws and regulations
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Created: January 23, 2006
Factory supercharged cars are wonderful. More times than not, a hefty increase in power simply involves installing a smaller blower pulley to make it work harder and to match the increased, forced-inducted air with the proper amount of fuel by way of controlling the ECU.
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