Saturn Outlook Performance Exhausts

About Saturn Outlook Performance Exhaust Systems

The Outlook is the Saturn's mid-sized crossover SUV, available for model years 2007-2010. Featuring the car-like unibody construction and the fully independent suspension, the Outlook provides a very smooth and comfortable ride unlike many other sport utilities. This is particularly nice for this spacious and versatile car, capable of seating up to eight adult passengers or accommodating more than 100 cubic feet of cargo. The Outlook is powered by a modern 3.6-liter V6 via a 6-speed automatic transmission, good for both acceleration and fuel economy. Front-wheel drive is standard for Outlooks, though all-wheel drive can be ordered. With a decent list of convenience features and electronic systems, this Saturn is a great choice for drivers seeking minivan functionality in a civilized SUV package.

We at CARiD know much about performance exhaust systems and feature the finest items from the selected manufacturers. These high-quality exhausts for your Outlook will add to your engine's torque and power output, as well as further increase its fuel efficiency. Stainless-steel construction will ensure the long-lasting durability and corrosion resistance of all our items.

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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.