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​Why install High Flow Cat Converters on the Y62 5.6L Patrol

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The Y62 Patrol is one of the most exciting V8s currently on the market in a comfy, family size. The biggest issue is the powerful 5.6L V8 still feels sluggish carrying around its 2.5 tonne frame, and this compounds further if you are towing a 3 tonne caravan! But don’t stress – the exhaust upgrades that are available from Rhino Exhaust can provide the performance gains you are looking for. Yes that’s right we have a range of different systems available from bolt on extractors, high flow cats and larger 3inch cat back exhaust system that all enable the big V8 to breathe.

If you have already changed to a bigger Cat Back System, adding the high flow cat converters is a real game changer. There are 2 main reasons – the factory cats inlet is a very restrictive 47mm over against the much larger 60mm inside diametre that the Rhino Exhaust ones have. 



The next reason is the cell density of the catalytic converters. The factory cats are a very restrictive 400 cell per square inch (CPSI) design with a ceramic biscuit whereas we use 100 CPSI and use a high grade metallic biscuit to offer improved flow and withstand higher temperatures that a roaring V8 will put out. 

There is also no risk turning on an engine light by replacing these secondary cat converters as the sensors are in front of where the cat converter is positioned [note that the factory system also has a pair of cats adjoined the factory manifolds

Check out the more at https://rhinoexhaust.com.au/3-inch-exhaust-to-suit-nissan-patrol-y62-5-6l-v8-2013-onwards/

​Why 409 Stainless Steel is the Superior Choice for your 4WD Exhaust

Are your looking for an exhaust system that can handle the harshest of Australian conditions? Then, you should be considering a 409 Grade Stainless Steel Exhaust system for your 4WD.It’s a common belief that stainless steel is not magnetic. This can be true of grades of stainless steel that have a high content of chromium [such as 304 [...]

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All you need to know about Fender Flares for your Ford Ranger and Toyota Hilux

A bigger wheel and tyre combo can really enhance the look of your 4x4 or High Ride Ute and often provide benefits to grip and handling. But you must stay legal! The NSW Roads & Maritime Services or RMS states…. ‘wheels and tyres must be contained within the body work or mudguards (including any flares) when the wheels are [...]

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Everything for the DIY to manufacture an exhaust system

Sometimes finding a single spot for sourcing all the parts that you require for building your own exhaust system can be a challenge. From mandrel bends to mounting brackets, straight tube to a decent sports muffler, you want to ensure that you can add everything you need in a single online visit and get delivered to you fast.  Building your [...]

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What actually is a diff dump exhaust?

Exactly what does the ‘Diff Dump’ exhaust kit mean? Well typically every OEM exhaust will run over the rear axle and terminate after the rear wheels. The ‘Diff Dump’ exhaust essentially terminates at the Diff and dumps the exhaust towards the ground so the exhaust gas doesn’t blow up into the underbody of the vehicle. These are an easy DIY [...]

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Behind the design of the Rhino Exhaust VE-VF V8 Commodore Headers & Cats

Designing headers for the modern V8 engine is a challenge but at the same time a great opportunity to provide a significant performance boost to the engine Headers [also known as extractors] are one of the easiest bolt on performance products you can install to give your engine more grunt. Essentially their purpose is to improve the gas flow by [...]

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