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S Pipe question

Discussion in 'Exhaust' started by austinasto, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. austinasto

    austinasto New Member

    Oct 6, 2010
    hello, im looking into getting a s pipe for my tc, and just wondering. is a spipe really worth it. I have I/H/E but no spipe. will it even make a defference in performance and sound?
    also im thinking about getting an aftermarket mid pipe also. is that really worth it as far as sound and performance?
  2. CadenceScion

    CadenceScion Moderator Staff Member

    Sep 29, 2009
    2006 Scion tC
    They will change your sound and flow, which is always good. Just don't buy anything from Megan. Another option is to have an exhaust shop custom make you one, which is what I am going to do in a few months. A lot of other Scion owners are using Invidia. Its totally your choice whether or not you buy one prefab or have a shop custom make/mandrel bend you one.

    Another suggestion to consider is buying an aftermarket resonator. With a header your exhaust is going to be raspy, replacing the OEM resonator w/ a Moroso Spiral Flow or one Magnaflow, the rasp will be lessened, smoother and more tuned. The longer the resonator, the less rasp.
  3. navylife59

    navylife59 Super Moderator Staff Member

    Mar 22, 2006
    Emory, Texas or Gretna, LA
    The OEM s-pipe is one the most restrictive parts of the entire exhaust system after that of the 2 catalytic converters. Replacing with 2.25" mandrel bent s-pipe can smooth out the gas flow for more efficiency. Having this piece custom made will allow you to get it tucked in better if your car is lowered. S-Pipe wrap.jpg
    Custom made 2.5" SS s-pipe with flex coupling and DEI wrapped (Jotech)
    OEM s-pipe.jpg OEM s-pipe - collector end.jpg
    OEM s-pipe displaying restrictions to exhaust gas flow.

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