Lexus Performance Parts

Performance parts are meant to add horsepower and push your vehicle to its maximum capability. From air intakes and suspension systems to racing seats and performance chips – we have it all and much more to make functional or aesthetic improvement to your Lexus. Some performance parts, like turbochargers, oil coolers, dual exhausts (if not factory-installed), will add functionality which simply didn't exist previously. Other performance upgrades focus largely on aesthetic considerations, so it's up to you to decide what's best for your Lexus.

  • Brembo Brake Kit
  • Wilwood Forged Superlite Internal Caliper
  • Wilwood Tandem Master Cylinder
  • Magnaflow Installation Muffler
  • Airaid Air Intake
  • Magnaflow Cat-back System
  • Airaid Air Intake System
  • ST Suspension System
  • Wilwood Forged Narrow Superlite 6R Big Brake Front Brake Kit
  • Wilwood Rotor Testing
  • Airaid Intake System
  • Wilwood Aluminum Master Cylinder
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Are Superchips Really Super?
Although most automobile manufacturers try to achieve a balance between performance and emissions when the ECU is programmed, in reality more power can be obtained when certain engine control parameters are changed. Aftermarket superchips are made to adjust parameters to increase engine power and torque. The superchip gives a “boost” to your vehicle’s...
The consensus opinion among exhaust flow experts is that any V8 engine will benefit from a dual exhaust system with an H-pipe or X-pipe. H-pipes were first installed to quiet this exhaust noise. As with the H-pipe, an X-pipe also affects the sound of the exhaust. With an X-pipe, the two sides of the exhaust system are merged. The exhaust pressure on both banks is...

Lexus Performance Parts Reviews
Average rating: 4.5 4.7 - 65 reviews
2007 Lexus ES | Posted by Patrick | (Chadds Ford, PA)

I bought these struts for my 07 Lexus ES350. They were not my first choice only because I could not find any real reviews on Unity. I wanted to go with Monroe but they do not make a rear complete strut assembly for my car. Based on the information I could find I decided to take a chance since CARiD carried the product it gave me some confidence. So I ordered Monroe for the front and Unity for the rear. Appearance: The Monroe's and the Unity's arrived at the same time. The Unity strut looked well made but the first thing I noticed was they were a little lighter then the Monroe's. I am not sure what conclusion to draw from that fact. Installation: The Unity was a perfect replacement for my old strut. Everything fit perfectly and all the holes were aligned so they went on without a hitch. The car sat up higher and Unity tells you it will take a day or two for the springs to settle. Ride: This is tough to comment. My car's struts were so bad that any change was going to be a major improvement. Only time will tell if these struts were worth the investment. Cost: The Unity's are far more affordable then the Monroe's but it may take a year or two to decide if the Unity was a better value. So can I recommend them? So far I would say yes. BTW: As far as stars are concerned I rarely give anything Five Stars so my votes simply mean I am please because the product is performing as advertised.

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