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Borla
Qty:
$539.33
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • VELOSTER 12-18 1.6L 4CYL FWD AT/MT 2DR D CR S-TYPE 2.25in. NO TIPS
  • ; 2.25 in.; Includes Muffler/Hardware/No Tip - Uses Factory Valance; Dual Center Rear Exit;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant T-304 Stainless Steel
  • S-Type Axle-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Dual
    • Exit Position: Dual Center
    • Exit Style: Straight
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Type: Turbo
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • System Type: Axle Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • Tail Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Diameter: N/a
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • Borla Performance has once again proven why we have a led the aftermarket performance exhaust industry for over 30 years. Borla Performance Industries; the original pioneers of high quality; austinetic stainless steel free flow exhaust utilizes patented award and race winning technology to deliver quality; sound; performance gains; and enhanced fuel economy. All with an easy bolt on installation. All Borla street products carry an unsurpassed written million-mile warranty.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Hyundai Veloster Turbo R-Spec L 4 Cyl 1.6L 97 1591
Borla
Qty:
$539.33
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • VELOSTER 12-18 1.6L 4CYL FWD AT/MT 2DR D CR S-TYPE 2.25in. NO TIPS
  • ; 2.25 in.; Includes Muffler/Hardware/No Tip - Uses Factory Valance; Dual Center Rear Exit;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant
  • S-Type Axle-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Dual
    • Exit Position: Dual Center
    • Exit Style: Straight
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Type: Turbo
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • System Type: Axle Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • Tail Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Diameter: N/a
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • Borla Performance has once again proven why we have a led the aftermarket performance exhaust industry for over 30 years. Borla Performance Industries; the original pioneers of high quality; austinetic stainless steel free flow exhaust utilizes patented award and race winning technology to deliver quality; sound; performance gains; and enhanced fuel economy. All with an easy bolt on installation. All Borla street products carry an unsurpassed written million-mile warranty.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Hyundai Veloster Value Edition L 4 Cyl 1.6L 97 1591
Borla
Qty:
$654.30
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • VELOSTER 2019 1.6L i4 TURBO FWD AT/MT 2DR 2.50in. S-TYPE D RD RL AC IC CR TIP: 4
  • ; 2.5 in. Pipe Diameter; 4.25 in. Dual Round Rolled Angle-Cut Intercooled Ceramic Black Tip; Dual Center Rear Exit; S-Type Sound;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant
  • Axle-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Axle-back
    • Exit Position: Dual Center Rear
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • A Borla "Axle Back" or rear section exhaust implies the exhaust system is located behind the vehicle rear axle . Most installations are completed in less than an hour and require no cutting of the factory system. A Borla Axle Back performance exhaust is a less restrictive aftermarket exhaust system that will improve the sound level both inside the cabin and exterior. Borla Axle Back exhaust systems use engine-specific (not universal) mufflers that are designed, tested, and optimized specifically for a particular year/make/model vehicle.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2019 - Hyundai Veloster Turbo R-Spec L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1591
Borla
Qty:
$628.13
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • VELOSTER 2019 1.6L i4 TURBO FWD AT/MT 2DR 2.50in. S-TYPE D RD RL AC IC CR TIP: 4
  • ; 2.5 in. Pipe Diameter; 4.25 in. Dual Round Rolled Angle-Cut Intercooled Tip; Dual Center Rear Exit; S-Type Sound;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant
  • Axle-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Axle-back
    • Exit Position: Dual Center Rear
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • A Borla "Axle Back" or rear section exhaust implies the exhaust system is located behind the vehicle rear axle . Most installations are completed in less than an hour and require no cutting of the factory system. A Borla Axle Back performance exhaust is a less restrictive aftermarket exhaust system that will improve the sound level both inside the cabin and exterior. Borla Axle Back exhaust systems use engine-specific (not universal) mufflers that are designed, tested, and optimized specifically for a particular year/make/model vehicle.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2019 - Hyundai Veloster Turbo Ultimate L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1591
MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust Exhaust System Kit
  • Street Series Stainless Cat-Back System
  • ; 3 in.; Includes Tubing/Mid Pipe/5x8x18 in. Muffler/Quad 4 in. Round Tips; Quad Split Rear Exit; Stainless
  • Street Series Performance Cat-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attachment Type: Bolt-on
    • Exhaust Pipe Material: Stainless
    • Exhaust Type: Single
    • Exit Position: Quad Split Rear
    • Exit Quantity: Quad
    • Exit Style: Quad Split Rear
    • Finish: Stainless
    • Inlet Connection Type: Bolt-on
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 3.000 In.
    • Main Piping Diameter: 3.000 In.
    • Material: Stainless
    • Muffler Body Diameter: 5.000 In. X 8.000 In.
    • Muffler Body Finish: Polished
    • Muffler Body Height: 5.000 In.
    • Muffler Body Length: 18.000 In.
    • Muffler Body Material: Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Body Shape: Oval
    • Muffler Body Width: 8.000 In.
    • Muffler Count: 1
    • Muffler Finish: Polished
    • Muffler Type: Straight-through
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 4.000 In.
    • Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Recommended Use: Performance
    • Series: Street
    • Sound Level: Moderate
    • Subtitles: Cat-back
    • System Type: Cat Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 3.000 In.
    • Tip Diameter: 4.000 In.
    • Tip Finish: Polished
    • Tip Length: 7.500 In.
    • Tip Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Quantity: 4
    • Tip Shape: Round
    • Tip Type: Welded;double Wall;angle Cut;folded Edge
    • Title: Street Series
    • Tubing Diameter: 3.000 In.
    • Type: Cat-back
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No
  • Made in the USA and engineered to last, for those seeking increased performance and better economy, MagnaFlow Touring Series Performance Exhaust systems deliver the smooth deep sound you want and the wide-open performance power you need. Our exhaust systems feature straight-through flow designs for the ultimate in unrestricted horsepower and torque for big power while maintaining exhaust efficiency. These systems are an engineered balance of interior and exterior noise levels and are tested against SAE j1169 standards.
Brand: MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T GT L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1998
  • Competition Series Black Cat-Back System
  • ; Includes 2.5 in. Tubing/Muffler/4.5 in. Angle Cut Round Black Carbon Fiber Tips; Dual Center Rear Exit; Stainless Steel
  • Competition Series Cat-Back Performance Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clamp Type: Band Clamp
    • Exhaust Type: Cat-back
    • Exit Position: Dual Center Rear
    • Exit Style: Dual Center Rear
    • Hanger Included: Yes
    • Inlet Connection Type: Clamp-on
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Main Piping Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Material: Stainless Steel
    • Mounting Bracket Included: Yes
    • Muffler Body Material: Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Count: 1
    • Muffler Finish: Polished
    • Muffler Type: Straight-through
    • Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Series: Competition
    • Subtitles: Cat-back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Tip Diameter: 4.500 In.
    • Tip Finish: Black Coated
    • Tip Length: 5.750 In.
    • Tip Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Shape: Round
    • Tip Type: Welded-on;double Wall;angle Cut;folded Edge
    • Title: Competition Series
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Type: Cat-back
    • Valve Included: No
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No
  • The MagnaFlow Competition Series Exhaust Systems are designed for those seeking maximum performance, reduced mass and an aggressive exhaust note that demands attention. A High Temp Satin Black Coating provides an aggressive unique style and added protection. These systems may not comply with all local or federal noise requirements.
Brand: MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2020 - Hyundai Veloster Turbo Ultimate L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1591

Latest Hyundai Repair and Exhaust Installation Advice

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2007 hyundai accent

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Question From olderguy65 on 2007 hyundai accent

2007 hyundai the (mil) just came on. it is solid, no flashing. I read in the manual that it is an exhaust system malfunction. I am wondering what to do. I have limited experience working on newer cars. any help would be appreciated. thank you

joe

Response From Hammer Time

The "check engine" light is an indicator for a system that monitors many electronic functions in the system, also called the "malfunction indicator lamp" (MIL). It can come on for any of hundreds of different causes from any of the systems that the computer monitors. Some are very important and can lead to further component or engine damage and some are emissions related not as serious but still a problem and need to be repaired.

Your first step is to have the computer scanned to retrieve the trouble codes that were set when the check engine light came on. Those codes will give you specific information about what the computer saw and will get you pointed in the right direction to find your problem. With a 1996 or newer and some 95 cars and you have an AutoZone or Advanced auto parts in your area, they will read them for free. Once you have these code numbers, we can be a lot more specific about what your problem may be.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

What manual said exhaust system? That one belongs in the circular file. You need to have the codes read and post the #s,

T

How to id #1 cylinder on 2001 Hyundai Sonata

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Question From rball on How to id #1 cylinder on 2001 Hyundai Sonata

2001 Hyundai Sonata 4 cyl failed emissions test with "#1 cylinder misfiring". In standing in front of car, looking at engine, which is the #1 cylinder?

Also, check engine light is on, which I assume is connected to the above.

I plan to start by replacing plugs and maybe plug wires. Any other suggestions?

Thanks.

Response From jasontyms Top Rated Answer

Bit of advice when you pull the number one plug wire look at the boot real good and I bet you will see carbon tracks on it, and make sure that your timming belt is good it needs to be replaced every 60k miles if it breaks you will bend valves mostly the exhaust ones. I know this because I worked at a Hyundai dealership for almost 10 years as a mechanic.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sub note to Loren on age:

"Of all the things I've lost with age I miss my mind the most!" Laugh - It's good for you!



T

Response From Jeff Norfolk

Here you go. For and six. You did not say.

Response From way2old

Here Jeff. -00- You can borrow my glasses. He stated 4 cylinder and post was not edited.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Rope start a 6cyl Corvair? Join the club, Jeff. And, you aren't anywhere near as old as I am. At least, I have an excuse.

02 sensors on Hyundai Elantra 2002

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Question From El on 02 sensors on Hyundai Elantra 2002

I have a Hyundai Elantra '02 I had my Cat Converter Manifold replaced under a campaign. Now I am having problems with my o2 sensors, paid to get one fixed and possibly on my second. Do these two problems have anything to do with each other? The CCM and O2 sensors?

Thanks, Eleanor

Response From Charlesmac Top Rated Answer

Yes most definately, some aftermarket cat converters dont have the right material inside and will cause the o2 sensor to not read right, also a exhaust leak will cause not to read right, see if converter comes up to factory specs, good luck.

Response From Double J

It seems you had it replaced under a recall campaign from the manufacturer at no charge to you.
Therefore ,they would have put on a manufacturers replacement part (OEM) and it would not be an "aftermarket".
I think what your after is ..if the 02 sensors were/became faulty because of the catalytic converter,you want the manufacturer to pay for replacemnet of them...correct?
I dont know what the reason for the recall is...why the converters were deemed "faulty" but i dont think you're going to have a leg to stand on by getting the manufacturer to pay for 02 sensors.
If they were damaged as a result of the failed converter,then replacement of them would have been included in the recall procedures.

IMO..probably weren't

Thats my opinion
Sorry!

Jim

Hyundai Accent rattling

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Question From asmith385 on Hyundai Accent rattling

Year: 2001
Make: Hyundai
Model: Accent
Engine: 1.6L; Automatic transmission
Mileage: Under 40k

When I was driving to work today, I noticed a rattling sound coming from the front of the car after I left the residential area. It wasn't consistent- it didn't go "tik-tik-tik-tik", but like "tiktik...tik...tiktiktik...tik..tiktiktiktik." It sounded kinda like a marble being rattled around a metal tray, if that helps. It only showed up when I was going over 30mph (hence, not hearing it in the residential area), but it didn't "speed up" itself as I accelerated (like, getting on the highway). Anyone got any ideas what it could be?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

?? A noise is tricky by nature on the web but the noises that aren't sensitive to speed or rpm (you didn't say about that) might be a heat shield on exhaust system. It's not uncommon for those to loosen a tack weld (rust) and make quite a racket. When cooler/cold you may find which is this at all by tapping on exhaust parts - even give the tailpipe a tap with a rubber hammer or something and they might just show up which one.

Assorted ways to fix that safely if that's what you find,

T

2003 Hyundai elantra broken flex pipe

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Question From ravensfan on 2003 Hyundai elantra broken flex pipe

I have a 2003 Hyundai Elantra GLS with 112K miles. I was told I need a new flex pipe and have been given prices from 150 to 700. From what i gather, I just need a new flex pipe soldered in I would like to buy the pipe myself and pay a mechanic to do the labor. The pipes are cheap ( I don't think I need the whole resonator assembly), but I need to know the length, diameter and other specs in order to but the right parts. Does anyone know the specs?Any help much appreciated

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Forget buying it yourself. Just take it to a custom exhaust shop. They have them all right there and can fit it and weld it in place. The part is peanuts. It's the fitting and welding that you are paying for.

Response From Discretesignals

Heck you can buy the rear cat with the flex pipe and flange gaskets for around $230 and do it yourself. That's unless the fasteners are all rusted up.




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Response From Chhun

Hello Discretesignals

My car broke is flex pipe just look exactly the picture that you have below your post. Would you where i can find it. I have been around and cant find right one please help. My car hyundai Elentra 2003! Thanks for adavance!!!

Response From Hammer Time

If you need help with something please start a new question of your own. Don't hijack someone else's question.

Response From ravensfan

Thanks to all who responded. About 6 weeks ago I had my mechanic weld in a new flex pipe. THe car was much quieter. About 2 weeks later, my check engine light came on for the 1st time ( what prompted me to fix the flex pipe was the noise---no light had come on) I went to Auto zone who told me the code said flex pipe and 02 sensor--slow response???. they said before you do anything take it back and have your mechanic reset the computer. He did and the light went out. I was happy. then a few days ago it went on again. I went back to my mechanic he did the code and said I need 2 oxygen sensors but unless I am due for my emissions test that it does not have to be done right away. After he did this test, my light has gone out again. It just seems so coincidental that this happens after my flex pipe work. Could something have gotten jiggled around in there? Do you think I really need o2 sensors?? Help, I'm so confused!!! THe car is much quieter, but seems maybe just a tad loud on acceleration (I could be wrong about this)

Response From Hammer Time

What were the code number/s set?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Arggh. There is an O2 sensor right near that flex pipe. I can't know how well the repair went but probably needed the whole thing and a new O2 sensor while changing that out in the first place as just removing it could be a real problem and re-using it iffy depending. The bigger troubles are with the fasteners especially with rust area exposed vehicles. Not sure where the noise on acceleration is from and you aren't certain but bet the attempt to fix this without doing more failed.

That's probably why you got such a range of repair costs to begin with. Rust belt exhaust work stinks and can mean the best fix is just do the whole system which is a judgement call by the tech looking at it then explaining that one bit might be fixable for now but expect to do it all now or bit by bit which ends up more in the long run,

T

Response From ravensfan

Thanks for your explanation. I guess for now I 'll just hope that the check engine light does not come on but I gather from your reply that it probably will. If it does, should I just get 1 new sensor and see what happens before I invest in another one. I'm not sure what they cost but my mechanic charges $20 labor for each one. The car has about 112K miles and money is tight so I'll be keeping it awhile. I guess I'll have to do it little by little (even though more expensive in the long run)

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Pre cat O2 sensor should look like this.........
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Quick check shows these were under $100 ea. The issue is getting them out without wrecking threads of the pipe they are in. They wouldn't like super high heat such as torch (oxy/acet) can reach about 3,000F +/- if that much heat was near it for the flex pipe fix. I just can't say what happened with the fix but now it seems you have no light so code should go away if it's working now. There are two - one before and one after converter. The one before is critical to how the engine runs, the one after is checking that all things are fine if you will.

Hard to say if while flex pipe was leaking if that harmed one or both alone or if the fix got some junk on either actually. They can clean up by themselves if a problem is no longer hurting them or not.

There's no reason IMO to replace them if running well and no 'engine light' or codes. A problem I have (long retired) is the freaking things rust the wires where they are held in right at the sensors and if they fail you are screwed for a new one even if nothing was otherwise wrong.

For right now with no code or lights for them and that noise is really harmless probably just let it be. Just know it could be an expense as cars will do anyway down the road and don't delay the fix.

I hear you an many are here about money being tight. Same here sport. I have plenty of checks but the freaking bills keep coming with commas in the amount so about now you could use my butt cleavage as a nut cracker! Such is life,

T

Response From ravensfan

Light is still not on but I'm not getting my hopes up. THanks for all your help. Cute cat by the way...

Response From Hammer Time

Most exhaust shops will weld in a flex for under $100 total.

Response From Discretesignals

If the pipe is good enough to be welded on. You know how those northern rides are.

Response From Hammer Time

The flex goes long before the pipe.