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cp-e Exhale Hard Pipe To Throttle Body w/ Tial Flange Black Ford Focus ST 2013+

cp-e Exhale Hard Pipe To Throttle Body w/ Tial Flange Black Ford Focus ST 2013+

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Regular price $297.42
Regular price $313.07 Sale price $297.42
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Cp-e™ has developed their Exhale™ Hard Pipe that allows driver’s to utilize a TiAL Blow Off Valve. This particular pipe will come powder-coated in Black for corrosion resistance. And this is a great option for those of you who especially like the sound, but also this is a great option for those of you who want to hold more boost, and want better boost recovery in between shifts.

The pipe features a CNC made aluminum flange welded on to ensure the easiest fitment of the BOV. Included are couplers, vacuum line, zip ties, and t-bolt clamps. You will need to provide the blow off valve.

Note that due to movement of the stock engine mount, it is recommended that an xFlex™ Stage 2 Rear Motor Mount is used when installing the cp-e™ charge pipes.

SPECIFICATIONS

Brand: cpe
Color: Black
Includes New Clamps: Yes
Installation Hardware Included: Yes
Material: Aluminum / Reinforced Silicone
Mfgr. Warranty: Limited Lifetime
Condition: New Product
Return Policy: Standard
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christian
Needed for big turbo install

Needed this for big turbo install, isn’t the best fit but it will work. Literally have to shove it in between the oil pan to get it to connect to the throttle body. Nonetheless it DOES work even though you will doubt yourself haha, put some elbow into it and you’ll get it.

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christian
Needed for big turbo install

Needed this for big turbo install, isn’t the best fit but it will work. Literally have to shove it in between the oil pan to get it to connect to the throttle body. Nonetheless it DOES work even though you will doubt yourself haha, put some elbow into it and you’ll get it.