There is a whole world of auto racing out there and Invidia sport compacts are at the forefront of it all. The engine inside of a performance car is tasked with the most crucial responsibility, but without a proper exhaust system every racing model is held back. Invidia offers a selection of race exhaust parts for an exclusive group of cars that are known in both the competitive and tuning communities. These models include the Subaru WRX STI, Mitsubishi Lancer EVO, Nissan 350Z, Scion FR-S, Honda S2000, and the Subaru Forester XT. Invidia makes race exhaust parts for each of these cars in the highest quality.
Regardless if you need a full exhaust or a special pipe for your car, the goal is limiting the amount of restriction. Disrupted airflow plays a role that turbo compact cars have to contend with. This is primarily because the stock system is not made for speed or sound. Drivers have to seek out performance exhaust systems on their own to solve the problem. Invidia catback exhausts are often the first step in the process. Before car owners begin replacing single pipes and connecting to the stock unit, many times they want to see how a full system will fit with their objectives, be it racing or off-road shows. The most popular choice is usually an Invidia catback exhaust because it covers all the bases.
A cat back exhaust installs at the location of your car's catalytic converter, with the midpipe connecting to the muffler and tip(s) at the back. Most drivers will go with an Invidia catback exhaust because they want a combination of more volume coming from the car and also, the appearance of the tips. It is a common custom exhaust upgrade.
Because there are different cars with different drivers, Invidia does not offer just one type of unit. The most widely-used would be the N1 catback. The N1 comes in two options: Race and street. The difference between the two is that the race exhaust is not resonated, so it gives off a more aggressive tone and profile. Both N1 Invidia catback exhausts are designed with wide 3" pipes to open up air flow throughout the system to promote a loud, rumbling tone and a stylish back-end look.
In addition to the N1, there are three other Invidia catback exhausts for drivers to choose from. The Gemini dual exhaust operates how it is described, showcasing two wide exhaust tips for a free-flowing effect that lends itself well to models sporting a V6 engine. Here, the Gemini dual exhaust works with the freed air and gases, distributing them through the muffler and out the tips for a very distinct sound. This application is typically used on models like the Nissan 350Z.
The Q300 cat back is famous for its flat-bottom muffler that features continuous piping to shuffle out the exhaust. Its other distinctive attribute lies within the exhaust tips. Rather than have a single layer, the exhaust tips for the Q300 are double-walled. Having an extra layer gives the tips a touch more durability and a somewhat fuller appearance at first glance. This Invidia catback exhaust is available for several cars such as the Subaru WRX STI, Acura RSX, and Honda S2000.
When it comes to sporty performance, the Invidia G200 catback is often used by owners of the Subaru WRX STI, Scion xA, and Scion xB. What the G200 gets recognized for is its large tip diameter, which blends well with sporty compacts. It comes with a strong titanium tip that gives the car a higher racing profile.
For drivers searching for race exhaust parts, it can be tricky sifting through all of the options that are out there on the market. Invidia catback exhaust systems can be trusted because they are crafted with SUS304 stainless steel and manufactured using the latest in automotive technology. Each of the components - the midpipe, muffler, and tip included with an Invidia catback exhaust is measured, designed, and built with durability and fitment as the priority. Flanges are put through computer numeric controlled machining so that they attach to other exhaust parts without risking a leak. The midpipes are mandrel-bent to cut down on the number of bends (straighter pipes free exhaust more efficiently). Whichever sport compact car you call your own becomes louder and prouder with the right Invidia exhaust.