27WON 80mm down-pipe now available

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    Hey everyone,

    Just wanted to share our release blog for our new down-pipe for the 1.5T. This works on both SI and non-SI. Anything with the 1.5T engine. Our unit utilizes cast inlet and outlet flanges with an 80mm bell mouth up top which is the largest on the market. This helps make the pressure delta across the turbine nice and low for good power increase.

    This unit also has the hookup points to attach the OEM heat shields which are super important for heat management. We made sure to retain them all to help keep temps under control.

    Check out the blog here. https://www.27won.com/blog/27won-performance-downpipe-launches-for-the-honda-civicx

    Also if you have an FK7 this means you can now purchase a full turbo back exhaust for your car. Just like the image below. Offered in both catted and catless we got you covered no matter what. The SI exhaust is still in the works but we are getting closer guys. I hope to get you all some more pics and info in the next coming weeks.

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    Image of our full turbo-back. Getting it all from one place ensures that everything fits perfect.

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    New video on deck, can be seen here.

     
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    No check engine light?
     
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    With the catted version and defouler you should not see it. As well most tune it out.
     
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    no you are good. you will have the room.

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