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Mazda 6 Exhaust System – All Models

The Racing Beat exhaust system for your 4-cylinder or V6 Mazda 6 features a pair of 100% stainless steel mufflers for extended durability and performance. Exhaust gas is routed through each muffler through 1.6mm heavy-wall 2-inch tubing to provide superior exhaust flow. Each muffler features our exclusive cast-stainless steel flange that ensures positive exhaust gas sealing between the muffler and stock connecting pipe. The finishing touch is added with our distinctive twin-walled “half-oval” outlet tip. Each tip is produced entirely from stainless steel, features an etched Racing Beat logo, and is highly polished to a mirror-like shine!

Unlike many aftermarket systems that utilize a universal muffler, the Racing Beat system features a canister designed specifically for the Mazda 6. On our system, the inlet and outlet tubing positions have been placed lower on the muffler canister to allow the muffler unit to be positioned higher under the rear bumper. This design offers a more modest “look” and minimizes the risk of damage to the muffler that can occur navigating driveways, speed bumps, etc..

Like all Racing Beat exhaust systems, this Mazda 6 system is designed to offer a moderate sound increase over the stock system. This system will not produce any harsh, buzzy, “tinny”, or droning tones either during hard acceleration or extended highway driving.

Installation can be completed by the weekend mechanic using only basic hand-tools. If you can operate an end-wrench, then you can install this system! Comes complete with replacement gaskets.

This system is 50-state emissions legal.

Racing Beat has plenty in stock and can be shipped out a few days after order is placed.
You can purchase on our website at - http://www.racingextreme.com
 

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Originally posted by wheelwatcher


            Have these been dynoed?  If so what kind of HP increase can be expected?

I don't think anyone has dynoed these yet, including Racing Beat. It has been speculated that they will give a few hp at most since they are higher flowing than stock.

A few hp is too little to notice, so basically you would be putting these on for looks and sound only. From what I've seen, they look very nice, very OEM. No overblown tip size or protruding muffler body with these.

I haven't heard any sound clips, but those who have purchased them say the sound is nice. A low growl at low rpm's with no droning at high rpm's.
 
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