STM 2G AWD DSM Stainless Cat-Back Exhaust

STM Tuned Inc.



The STM Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust for the 1995-1999 2G AWD DSM weighs only 19.7 pounds and available to fit with the stock cat or race pipe. USA made, hand fabricated in-house with full 3" mandrel-bent piping and tig-welded flanges with an Ultra-Quiet muffler for the perfect mix of sound and performance. All new mounting hardware is included along with two Remflex graphite gaskets for a leak-free install.

Vehicle Fitment:
1995-1999 Eclipse GSX
1995-1998 Talon TSi
• Fits ALL WHEEL DRIVE models only

STM-2GDSM-EX-SS (Full 3" Exhaust)

• Does not fit the stock cat.
• Bolts to any test pipe in the stock location using a 3" flange.
• Fits STM 2.5" Test Pipe.
• Fits STM 3" Test Pipe.
STM-2GDSM-EX-SS-25 (Fits Factory Cat 2.5" Flange)

• Fits the stock cat.
• We now offer this option to fit with the factory catalytic converter. Please note, this will no longer be a true 3" exhaust. The flange at the cat end will merge to a 2.5" flange to bolt to the stock cat.
• Weighs 19.7 pounds
• Factory cat-back weighs 37 pounds
• Save 17.3 pounds!
• Tig Welded Stainless Steel (Back Purged)
• 3" Piping
• 3" 2-Bolt Flanges (2.5" option for stock cat available)
• 3.5" Exhaust Tip

Made in the USA!
Lifetime Warranty on STM Parts to the original purchaser against manufacturing defects.

(1) STM Two Piece Exhaust
(2) 3" 2-Bolt Remflex Gaskets
(4) M10 x 35 Bolts
(4) M10 Nuts
(4) M10 Flat Washers

Shipping Times: 1-14 days
Hand crafted and welded in New York, please give our fabricators time to assemble your piece!

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We price match!
If you find it cheaper, just give us a call!
(585) 226-8226

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Randy (Indianapolis, IN, US)
Great sound, excellent quality, fantastic price, but just barely too loud

A beautiful exhaust that produces the most aggressive sound that I have ever heard from a four cylinder. The singular tip looks a little sad in the rectangular bumper cutout, but not that big of a deal. I'm no longer embarrassed to drive the car (previous exhaust had rusted off at the downpipe) but even with a catalytic converter installed I'm going to have to add an additional muffler or resonator to be comfortable DDing the car. It's very close to acceptable and I'm sure that many people would be fine with the volume, but with a cat it's just slightly too loud for me.

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