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Old 11-02-2018, 06:07 PM
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Question Exhaust question

Sorry, I didn't see an exhaust section, please move if needed.

So my question. I have a 05 Anniversary edition. I know the AE has the HR motor, but are all test pipes the same for HR and DE?

If not I'm unsure what test pipes I should get. with the 05 being the first HR motor year, would Nissan carry over the DE test pipes on the early years?

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Just so you know, the 05 AE doesn't have the HR motor, it does have the Rev-UP DE. The HR was only used in 07/08.
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I didn't know. So, I'm looking for DE test pipes and forced induction for REV-Up motor.
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Moved to correct sub.
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To directly answer OP's question...

03-06 = DE
07-08 = HR

The test pipes/high flow cats are different between the DE & HR due to the length of the OEM exhaust manifold.

Typically aftermarket headers utilize DE fitment test pipes/HFCs.
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