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4" DPF Back Exhaust for the VDJ200 200 Series 4.5L Twin Turbo V8 Toyota Landcruiser 2016 ON

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The Toyota Landcruiser VDJ200R 4.5L V8 is perhaps one of the most popular touring 4WDs every built. 

We're excited to release our 4" DPF Back Stainless Exhaust to suit the Toyota Landcruiser VDJ200 4.5L V8 Twin Turbo Diesel Wagon 2015 on. The vehicle is equipped with a Diesel Particulate Filter so our exhaust system bolts to the back of the factory DPF to ensure that you do not void your Toyota warranty

Bolstering twin 3" pipes off the DPF into single 4", this performance exhaust upgrade gives the 200 Series a real V8 tone. Not overpowering or droney but a the deep, crisp V8 note actually does the popular tourer some justice.

A simple bolt on design which uses all the factory mount positions and exits in the factory bumper cutout position, this system is a 'must do' upgrade for every 200 Series owner.

Here is the link to our website with more product specifics and information

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