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F4 Exhaust 2010 / 2013

Guys, does anyone know if there is a difference in the exhaust headers / mufflers between the 2010 F4 and 2013 F4R ?


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And..................................is there anybody out there just bumping up as I need the information, are they all the same?


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The 2013 is a single piece header and CAT, where the 2010 is multi-piece headers, collector and CAT. The 2010 you can fit a cat free link pipe, 2013 cut and weld.

Not sure if it changed after 2010 or 2012.

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The 2013 is a single piece header and CAT, where the 2010 is multi-piece headers, collector and CAT. The 2010 you can fit a cat free link pipe, 2013 cut and weld.

Not sure if it changed after 2010 or 2012.
Hey D, thanks for that however I should have been more specific after seeing your post, our plan is to "cut down" (at the point where the flatten section "joins" just under the seat) a 2010 muffler set up to fit on 2013 headers; basically we want to then add to the cut off muffler an SC Project look alike single pipe (if this makes sense ) to complete the project! assume from your view that the 2010 "muffler end" will hook up ok to the 2013 headers?


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Ahh. I had check. It might be pre 2010 that were separate parts. Post 2010 single piece headers.

I had a 2012 single piece header (de-cat) feeding a 2015 silencer and exhaust valve.

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Ahh. I had check. It might be pre 2010 that were separate parts. Post 2010 single piece headers.

I had a 2012 single piece header (de-cat) feeding a 2015 silencer and exhaust valve.
Thanks D and it looks like we are green for go!


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