Acura MDX Performance Exhausts

About Acura MDX Performance Exhaust Systems

The Acura MDX is often mentioned along the same line as luxury masters BMW X5, Lexus GX, Audi Q7 and Mercedes ML when it comes to performance. Yet in its off-the-factory state, the MDX doesn’t give the maximum horsepower it is capable of producing. You can upgrade the car to produce more power by replacing the stock exhaust in your MDX with a custom exhaust. Buying a brand new custom exhaust system for your Acura MDX is like suddenly realizing the lever on a hot-air balloon can open a little wider to enable you ascend much higher. MDX custom exhausts are wider than stock exhausts in diameter and allow more oxygen to flow into the engine, enabling it to generate extra horsepower. This spacious design also allows spent gases to exit the exhaust system faster, leaving the engine less congested and therefore able to respond faster and give more power within a shorter time span. CARiD carries a wide range of exhaust systems for all Acura MDX models - from 2003 models to 2013 models. Flowmaster, RBP, Borla, MagnaFlow and Weapon-R exhausts are just some of the top models you can choose from, and you can have individual exhaust system parts custom fitted to match your performance expectations.

MDX aftermarket exhausts cost only a few hundred dollars and a few minutes of installation but reward you with higher optimum power and an engine hum that makes you want to cruise in the open everyday because of how good it sounds. Typical of CARiD in-store products, Acura MDX exhaust systems come in anti-corrosion stainless steel that is built to last. Designed and assembled by professionals, the Acura MDX exhaust system is made to withstand tough driving conditions. Hit the accelerator hard and the engine will multiply its power output, with the exhaust pipes transmitting a hurray hum down the system; go off-road driving or drive through wet or rough patches and the exhaust system will respond just fine. Most custom MDX exhaust systems are easy to install and may need only a little welding to keep everything firmly fixed in place.

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