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RV6 Performance Long Tube J-Pipe, 2013-17 Honda Accord V6

Part Number:
RV6 Performance
Product Line:
Long-Tube J-pipe
Vehicle Fitment:
Honda Accord, 2013-17 (V6)
RV6 Performance Long Tube J-Pipe, 2013-17 Honda Accord V6


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The RV6 V3 long-tube J-pipe design is the result of months of hard work and testing. Four hours of dyno time was spent testing everything from piping sizes to tube length in order to tune this J-pipe for maximum gains. Over 10 revisions were made to the initial prototype in order to equalize runner length and most importantly maximize ground clearance. By tucking one pipe behind another RV6 was able to do this with minimal cutting to the splash guard. By completely removing the 3rd cat, runner length was increased in order to take advantage of exhaust gas scavenging.

Dyno tests were performed on an unmodified 2005 Base TL 5AT with a J32A3 engine on a Mustang dyno. Higher gains are to be expected with the manual transmission model cars.

The gains with the RV6 j-pipes typically range from 10-15 hp and 7-10 lb-ft of torque.

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Customer Questions


I want to do from the header all the way back . Do you have a header that fits to the j-pipe, then exhaust?


Your vehicle is not be equipped with traditional "headers." Before going further, we would suggest reading this article regarding the exhaust layout on your J-Series Engine equipped vehicle: An Outline Of The Exhaust Layout On J-Series Honda V6 Engines

We can provide a complete set of exhaust components from the engine to the tips, and will be happy to consult you on the needed items.


would it be too raspy going with the HFPC and this Jpipe from rv6 with takeda cat back?


"Too raspy" is a personal opinion we are not able to comment on. In our experience, yes, the RV6 J-pipes do add a raspy tone to the exhaust, regardless of the other items installed. For less rasp and more peak power, we recommend the ATLP V2-R J-pipe.


I have been researching this item and the atlp j-pipe for some time now but I have not gotten any definitive result/finding. Have you gotten any feedback from any user? With what type of gains do you see and which one would be better off to go with, with those numbers and quality. Thank you guys! You guys helped a friend of mine some time ago with his 2012 Acura TL..and heard great feedback. Thank you once again.


We have! This pipe will gain power over stock, around 10-14 hp, and will mostly do so in the lower and mid- RPM ranges. It has also been attributed to adding a raspier tone to some exhaust configurations. As an alternative, you may consider the ATLP V2-R J-pipe we also offer for this car.


Can you tell me the sizes and weight of this Jpipe? Thanks...


The piping sizes are 2.25" primary tubes and 2.5" after the collector. The pipe weight I do not have but the ship-weight is 20 lbs.


Since this deletes the 3rd cat, what happens to the o2 sensor then? The other j-pipe has a bung for it but this one doesn't state it has one. I'm kinda confused before I purchase the pipe


This j-pipe has an O2 bung on the front primary pipe as well. There are no other sensors locations needed on this pipe. Please be advised Heeltoe is always available for phone consultation as well, to help clear up any confusion.

Q:Looking into this for my 2016 Accord V6. Would this still allow me to pass emissions? And is this a direct bolt on? Thanks!
A:This pipe will remove a catalytic converter from your car and therefore is not road legal. It would not likely pass a visual inspection.

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