Isuzu Oasis Performance Exhausts

About Isuzu Oasis Performance Exhaust Systems

The Oasis is the first minivan in the Isuzu's model lineup. It was produced since 1996 and is a spacious, roomy seven-seater minivan with station wagon comfort level. With seven and third seat rows folded, the Oasis can hold up to 102.5 cubic feet of cargo, which is a remarkable result in its class. On the other hand, the prominent feature of the Oasis is its four car-style swing-open doors, which go a long way to improve the entry convenience as well as the cargo-loading capability. Safety is high on the list with this versatile wagon, offering anti-lock brakes, a set of airbags and enhanced cabin integrity. The 2.3-liter VTEC engine provides great dynamics on the road while keeping down the gasoline costs, and the build quality is excellent, with a generous manufacturer warranty to stand for it.

The replacement of the stock exhaust system is a great way to capitalize on your Oasis's advantages. Ensuring better exhaust gas flow rate means having more fresh air in the cylinders, which equals more power and better fuel economy. And CARiD is the place for high-grade, premium exhaust systems – we've chosen the quality stainless steel items from the most trusted manufacturers, ensuring your vehicle's improved performance and unique style.

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Regardless of whether you're shopping for a simple replacement muffler that delivers original equipment (OE) sound and performance or an upgraded muffler which provides a deeper growl with increased power through freer exhaust flow, you'll see choices between "direct fit" mufflers and "universal" mufflers. In this article, we'll help you understand the differences...
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.