PART NUMBER: 61-2016
Imagine a perfect drive in your Fiat 124 that includes burbling QUAD pipes! Add FUN to YOUR Fiat 124 with our Fiat 124 QUAD Tip Exhaust. Fits Manual and Automatic Transmission, and all trim versions including Abarth (though note we have special version for Abarth with tips spread wider for just that version as a separate item on this site).
This delete setup easily flows better than the stock muffler, makes five horsepower more than stock muffler and feels like more than that because better flow helps the turbo spool up to full boost much faster. For even faster turbo response, and more power you can feel, add our midpipe and Crosspipe.
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This Muffler delete setup uses stock hangers and connects to either our midpipe or the stock midpipe.
Proudly made in the USA, emissions legal in all 50 states!
BRIAN'S APPLICATION NOTES: Mild when cruising on otherwise stock Fiat 124, add our highflow 2.5 inch Midpipe and Highflow 2.5 inch Crosspipe to get serious rumble like the Abarth versions have.
INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS, Please PRINT for your install, also PRINT for any shop install and give to the shop doing your install so they are not flying blind.:
Installation of this exhaust is SUPER EASY, install hardware is included. Just two stock 14mm bolts to loosen (actually nuts on studs, if the nuts come out without the stud you can use 13mm deep socket to remove the stock stud). When you open the big box you will find separate foam wrap on the exhaust tips, leave that foam around the tips during your install to protect the polished tips and the soft plastic in the exhaust cutout. Use gloves. Use correct socket to remove stock bolts/nuts. No need to jack up the car or use ramps, plenty of space to slide under the back of this car while laying on a piece of cardboard or old beach towel. Lube up the stock exhaust hangers with dish soap and yank stock muffler back and forth to work the soap into the rubber hangers and then the rubber hangers at each corner of the muffler can be pushed off the muffer hanging rod (to make the job really easy you can buy a muffler hanger wrench delivered for under $20 online, Google Lisle Tools 38350 Exhaust Removal Pliers, worth the cost even if you use it just once). Then hang the new muffler on the wet and soapy rubber hangers, install the sleeve clamp that connects to driver side tip. Use one hand to get alignment of flange to midpipe as perfect as you can while you get nuts finger tight. Note that alignment of tips depends on clocking position of pipe into sleeve clamp leading to driver side tip, adjust that clocking position as needed to raise or lower driver side tip to match passenger side tip height. Torque bolts with the springs back in place to 30ft/lbs. Now you can remove foam tip wrap and have some FUN!
Note this video is actually of our complete Quad Combo with 2.5 inch midpipe and 2.5 inch Crosspipe, so understand you do not get near this much sound with just a muffler delete unless you have the Abarth version. So why did we put the video here? We included the video here so you SEE what the Quad delete muffler looks like from the rear when standing back and from numerous angles.
Enjoying the California Coast with Project Fiat 124 and our AMAZING Quad Setup! Got fun?
This system arrived quickly and well packaged. Dry fit was pretty close for a quick install however the gasket included did not fit stock mid pipe, the bolt holes had to be modified on site to fit correctly. There was also a missing nut. The hardware included was made from galvanized steel, since I needed to get a new nut, I replaced all hardware with stainless steel.
There is a noticable new lower rumble at start up and low idle. It sounds great and gets a little extra snarl than stock during warm up.
The best sound is between 5k and 6k rpms, it gets loud and a proper raspsy sound for the little sports car. Cruise speed noise is not overwhelming or too loud, the most "drone" noise happens between 30 and 38 mph.
There is a slight change in off line performance, where there was a short lag at foot to floor, it now has a faster jump and overall smoother through the gears.
I would recommend this for a quick boost of fun and sound. Just bring a friend and have deep sockets or pass through sockets for a quick install.