DREAMSCIENCE DSCI ST225 XR5 FULL EXHAUST WITH RACE CAT
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Let's face it the factory exhaust on the ST225/XR5 doesn't do the 5-pot any justice, in fact, you can barely hear it! If you want to turn heads and put that Ferrari driver type smirk on your face when people look back to see what that just was that they heard, the Dreamscience Full exhaust is definitely what you need.
Legal for road use in Australia.
The Exhaust is constructed from 304-grade aircraft spec stainless steel, it is mandrel bent to ensure a smooth and unrestricted exit of gasses from the engine, this is also helped by the free-flowing 200 cell FIA approved race cat (or optional 100 cell) and the 3″ Cat-Back system.
Dreamscience has collaborated with one of the UK”s most established exhaust names to manufacture one of the finest 3″ Exhaust systems for the Focus ST225 and XR5 on the market to our specification.
This Exhaust does not use the traditional large silencer at the rear of the vehicle, instead we have chosen to use two 5″ diameter inline silencers, not only do they give a sporty sound, they have a unique look and save weight. We provide the system with 2 heat proof metal stickers reading “Dreamscience” which by choice can be stuck to the 2 in line rear silencers as per the pictures below. This new system is subtle and refined in the cruise, and at idle, however when you apply full throttle be prepared to hear an amazing roar with just the right level of aggression. Make sure you listen to the sound clips above.
We have not used a conventional sports cat, instead we have incorporated a very free flowing 200 cell FIA approved race cat, or you could choose an optional 100 cell cat. Our Catalytic convertor meets European emmission regulations and each system is indicidually etched with homoligation details and manufacture dates.
With the Dreamscience Exhaust system, you have the choice between two tip styles, 4″ slash cut hard edge and 4″ slash cut rolled in.
*Please note. This is a Motorsport Exhaust and is designed to be louder than the standard system at idle, cruising, and full throttle.*