Acura ZDX Performance Exhausts

About Acura ZDX Performance Exhaust Systems

CARiD.com is undoubtedly the best place to look for aftermarket Acura ZDX exhaust systems. We work hard to keep our assortment constantly expanding and you can quickly find everything you need to increase performance, improve the sound or just slightly modify the appearance of your luxury SUV. The Acura ZDX is a powerful, sporty vehicle and we believe that it should sound accordingly! If you agree, go ahead and choose an exhaust system that will give your car a recognizable voice!

If you want to increase the performance of you ride, installing custom headers is the right way to do so. They are designed to optimize the flow of exhaust gas out of the cylinders and this helps to improve the efficiency of the engine. The headers are not easy to install and you’ll have to approach a specialist. But you’ll love the effect! If you feel that your SUV is powerful enough and that is sounds ok, you can install only the exhaust pipe tips to give a little individuality to its appearance. Installation of an aftermarket exhaust system is a serious step. If you have any questions and don’t know what to choose, don’t hesitate to contact our specialists for advice!

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It has been a battle of the ages to make exhaust sound like it should. Having less bends or turns will not only improve the sound but also performance. A custom exhaust is always an option for the race inspired and spirited weekend warriors. Our manufactures offer everything needed to build a custom exhaust to your preference.
Headers are installed because the stock exhaust manifolds usually flow poorly. An exhaust header has individual tubes for each exhaust port, allowing each exhaust pulse to flow unobstructed from the cylinder head. The tubes on headers are usually larger in diameter than the runners on an exhaust manifold and the tubes are mandrel bent for gradual radius bends.