Is it time for you to replace your car's exhaust system? Have you noticed the rust around your muffler and exhaust pipe? If you answered yes to both questions, consider replacing your stock exhaust system with a performance exhaust system. In advance you will pay more, but in the end a performance exhaust system may just be the last one you will ever need to buy for your car.
Nothing lasts forever, does it? Well, in the case of some performance exhaust systems you can come very close. Consider this: a superior cat-back exhaust manufacturer [more on it's bit later] produces an exhaust system with a million mile warranty! How can they do this? Making an aircraft quality stainless steel product, that is how. It's okay; the same steel used by aircraft manufacturers enters every Borla brand exhaust system to produce a durable and durable product. Other brands have similar warranties, so I'm not saying that Borla is the end of it all or be the whole product for your car.
So how does a cat-back system work? By keeping all major emission parts in place, a cat-back system incorporates large-width exhaust pipes and low-restraint silencers in your car thereby reducing exhaust back pressure. A secondary benefit is the deeper pitch throatier produced by the exhaust system. Because your car engine is essentially an air pump, a cat / back / a / k / a performance exhaust system allows the engine to pump and flow air with less disruption. In sum, more power is released and power increases of 5 to 15 percent are within the range of possibilities. A side benefit: you'll notice an increase in fuel economy because a performance exhaust system allows your engine to run more efficiently.
So what's not to love about a performance exhaust system? Not much! Even if you are not planning to keep your car forever, the resale value of your vehicle will also increase with a performance exhaust system installed in your car. You gain now with more power and better fuel economy and can win later when it comes time to sell your car. A real win-win situation, do not you agree?