Werks1 operates with one guiding principle, stay ahead of the competition by making direct replacement functional carbon fiber parts that look beautiful and enhance the performance of your car. So the moment Porsche released the 2010 911 Turbo with it's 3.8L direct injection motor to replace the 3.6L, the team at Werks1 was already hard at work tearing it apart and searching for areas that were hiding potential performance benefits. Although the new engine is very different from the outgoing 3.6L, they found that it's also very similar in many ways, sharing many parts from the old Turbo. One part the team at Werks1 hoped would be improved on the new car was the OEM plastic Y-pipe, but no dice. Luckily, the new Y-pipe is extremely similar to the one on the outgoing Turbo, so Werks1 was able to quickly redesign a few key areas of their carbon fiber Y-pipe to make it work.
The first thing you'll notice about the new-for-2010 Werks1 carbon fiber Y-pipe is that it's beautiful to look at. The perfect carbon fiber weave is finished in a stunning glossy clearcoat and includes all the factory bevels and fittings making it a perfect fitting direct replacement for the Porsche's part. But it's what you can't see that makes the Werks1 Y-pipe actually perform better then the original. Because it's constructed of 100% carbon fiber rather then a cosmetic overlay, Werks1 was able to make the outer dimensions of the Y-pipe identical to the factory part, while using thinner walls that actually increase the inner diameter by up to 10%. This increase in inner diameter allows a greater amount of air to flow to exactly where it's needed most, the engine. Best of all, the Werks1 carbon fiber Y-pipe weighs in at a measly .5 lbs, nearly two pounds lighter then the plastic part you're going to replace with it. Good looks, better performance, and lighter weight. What are you waiting for, add the Werks1 Y-pipe to your shopping cart and see what you've been missing.