OEM 2021 Q50 Red Sport lower downpipes and full exhaust for sale. Removed at 15k miles. Like new condition. Would rather deal with someone local to avoid
I kept my LDPs for the same reason and in case I have engine warranty work, I can swap back to avoid denial of a warranty claim. When I had the FI CBE installed, I told them to junk the OEM exhaust. I only have a little over a year left on my engine/drivetrain warranty anyway so it will all become moot after that. Whenever I decide to sell, I'll provide the OEM LDPs to the buyer and they can decide which to use. I think most potential buyers would be looking to go to an aftermarket CBE after buying the car. Besides, they'll take one look at this old man and figure he only drove it to church on Sundays anyway.i advise you to keep these items if at all possible, especially the oem cats. when its time to sell the car, buyers are often far more apt to buy a stock (appearing) vehicle than a modified vehicle due to the implied nature of use (abuse) that often accompanies mods. exhaust usually is that big of a deal but it WILL BE easier to sell the vehicle the closer it is to stock.
youll also have to understand that youre not going to be able to count on your mods to affect the selling price of your car down the road. generally, mods add $0 to around half the price of the mod depending on what it is.
if you choose to sell, you can definitely sell the cats separately for more than what youre asking for the entire exhaust. the rest of the exhaust almost isnt worth the hassle unless its local.