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Boost the performance of your Honda Crosstour engine using a new custom exhaust system from CARiD. The superior quality of exhaust systems from CARiD ensures that you get the finest exhaust quality in the market. Honda Crosstour custom exhaust systems are very different from the stock exhaust system. While the stock exhaust system is designed to minimize engine sound, the custom exhaust’s primary purpose is to enhance engine efficiency. Get an exhaust system that is custom built for your specific Honda Crosstour from the wide variety available at CARiD. Borla, Flowmaster, MagnaFlow, Gibson, Injen and AEM Honda Crosstour exhaust systems will boost engine power by as much as 10%. Using a performance heard alongside the exhaust system will give you a further 10hp to 20hp. The difference this makes to overall engine power and torque will be evident in how easily the car tows along in tough roads. Throttle response will be enhanced and more power will henceforth be delivered as soon as you hit the gas pedal.

Because the custom exhaust system is not limited to boosting only one aspect of the engine, it enhances the engine’s ability to effectively burn fuel. By reducing backpressure within the engine-exhaust system, the Honda Crosstour performance exhaust system ensures that unburned fuel is not pushed out of the engine, thus going to waste. This, plus the fact that none of the power generated by the engine is used to expel spent gases, means that maximum engine power can now be produced using less fuel. The resulting effect is higher mpg and lower fuel expenses. Lasting reliability and sustained performance is what makes CARiD’s range of Honda Crosstour custom exhaust systems special. They last years; you won’t ever need to buy another exhaust system throughout the period you own the Crosstour. Now, that’s what value for money is all about.

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