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Mercedes is a car synonymous with affluence, power and efficiency. It follows that only the best among the available premium exhaust systems will do on a Mercedes. CARiD stocks top grade Mercedes exhaust systems. All Mercedes exhaust systems in stock are made from stainless steel. This hardened material ensures durability and resistance to rusting or corrosion. To enhance your Mercedes’ great looks, the tips are given a chrome external coating that ensures the shine is maintained throughout the exhaust system’s use. Exhaust tips from Onki, Flowmaster, Borla and other brands are welded to ensure a perfect fit. Welding is the best solution where space is too small to use clamps. It also comes with a three-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. You can opt for a Gibson Superflow Muffler with Convergent Flow Technology (CFT). The CFT muffler features an internal angular design that creates a venturi effect, which enables production of greater power and awesome sound.

The Gibson muffler for Mercedes produces a deep bold sound to go with the power of your car. The superior packaging of the acoustics materials ensures that the sound quality is not a temporary feature but one destined to last for a lifetime. The Mercedes exhausts at CARiD are available in aluminized steel and stainless steel. The former are made from heavy-duty steel and are guaranteed against defects in materials and assembly, for as long as the owner retains the vehicle where the gadget is installed. The latter is made from aircraft grade stainless steel and is guaranteed against defects in materials, workmanship and rusting for a lifetime. Borla is a brand renowned for the stunning quality of their products. Borla universal stainless steel exhausts for Mercedes are made from high quality austenitic stainless steel with high compositions of nickel and chromium, making them extra resistant to steel. They come with an instruction manual making installation a simple matter.

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      Direct Fit Catalytic Converter by MagnaFlow®. If your cat needs replacement, install one that will get you through the smog check and give you more horsepower. This converter will directly replace the factory unit, with little or...
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    Average rating:  4.5  4.5 - 4 reviews
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    It Was Not A Direct Fit
    Installation required modification of 2 sensor port.
    JPosted by James (Lithonia, GA) /
    1997 Mercedes S Class
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