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The SFDP091 - Scorpion Car Exhaust GPF Delete Pipe - Ford Focus ST MK 4 2019 - 2020 is part of the latest Scorpion Exhausts collection.
Constructed from premium T304 stainless steel, the innovative GPF-back exhaust system features a non-resonated centre section, link pipe, and acoustically designed rear silencer which eliminates in-cabin drone. Buyers can choose from four aesthetically pleasing tailpipe options which include 114mm Daytona and Indy tailpipes. Each tailpipe can be selected in a highly polished or black ceramic finish.
Once installed to the ST, the new free flowing GPF-back system helps improve the vehicles power and sharpen up throttle response as well as reduce the overall weight. One of the most stand out features of the new system is the deep, throaty soundtrack which crackles and pops when warm in sport and track modes. It also holds a deep and sporty soundtrack in normal mode without being intrusive for daily driving.
For tuners wanting more, Scorpion has developed a GPF delete pipe constructed from the same premium materials as the GPF-back. This part is fully interchangeable and can be installed to OEM or Scorpion GPF-back exhaust. (Engine light will illuminate)
|Weight||3.45 kg||2.04 kg||-1.36 kg|
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