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RV6 Performance V3 HFPCs (High Flow Precats), 2010-13 Acura MDX

Part Number:
RV6 Performance
Product Line:
HFPC Bolt-In Catalytic Converter
Vehicle Fitment:
2010-13 Acura MDX
2pc Set
RV6 Performance V3 HFPCs (High Flow Precats), 2010-13 Acura MDX

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RV6 Performance prodices these fantastic High Flow Precats (HFPCs) for the 2nd Generation of J-series engines (ones with the 2-port outlet on the cylinder head). These parts are completely designed using 3D CAD and CMM, the transitions from the head to the converter and from the converter to the j-pipe are made from precision cast 304 stainless steel. This allows for optimum turbulence free flow with no sacrifice in strength. The castings are thicker than 5mm at their thinnest point. RV6 is confident that these cast sections can handle any abuse without cracking.

RV6 HFPCs are a good alternatives to precat deletes since they flow while still maintaining a semi-stock exhaust sound level. The smell and soot are reduced compared to cat deletes. They also prevent any associated engine codes normally had when removing cats.

In higher horsepower or high performance applications it is recommended that users buy the PCD, or Pre-Cat Delete kit because the metal converter cores in the HFPCs can deteriorate prematurely due to their close placement to the engine.

- 304 Stainless cast stainless flange sections.
- 200 Cell metallic substrate Converters  
-TIG welded

All two converter sections and necessary hardware for installation, including gaskets, brackets, and defoulers were needed.


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Customer Questions

Q:what is the performance increase and mpg increase over stock precats?

You should expect around a 10 hp increase overall, and fuel economy, under strictly parallel testing conditions may show a 5% increase. These are rough estimates to give you an idea of what these parts do, but ultimately most people don't realistically benefit from MPG improvements on performance parts.

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