Subaru Exhaust Tips

    About Subaru Performance Exhaust Systems

    When it comes to Subaru, the choice of exhaust systems you can go for is simply overwhelming. And CARiD makes our search worthwhile by stocking only the best so you only have to choose between class leading, quality manufacturers only. Where to start! There is the dual split rear exit cat back exhaust system from MagnaFlow, which in addition to guaranteed boosts in power and torque, also gives a moderate sound. It’s perfect for Subaru owners who do not want a loud, aggressive boom from their engine. Another great choice for you would be the Subaru axle-back exhaust system by Injen. It is made from T-304 stainless steel and comes dyno-tuned to match the engine’s capacity for maximum power and torque gains. Also available is the Takeda cat back exhaust system, which gives maximum power. Its exhaust sound is tuned for smoothness and a power boom. Flowmaster and Borla exhaust systems for Subaru are other complete exhaust systems that do not disappoint. Their power and torque increases are guaranteed. In addition, they give a moderate to loud exhaust sound, with Borla taking the cup for aggressive sound.

    It’s a ‘win all the way’ situation for you when you buy any of these Subaru exhausts. Their durability makes them ideal for long term use, as it eliminates the likelihood of replacing them along the way. Also impressive is the fact that they uphold their impressive performance over the years, and are a class apart from their OEM counterparts. Buying a custom Subaru exhaust system is good for your financial status because it eliminates not just frequent replacement, but also the costly repair and maintenance costs that accompany OEM stock exhausts. Your Subaru will have a sporty edge, thanks to the polished look the tailpipes and tips give it.

    Unbridled power and outrageous sound - that's what accompanies each exhaust system we store for you on our digital shelves. Manufactured from the premium materials using the latest technologies, they all are ready to complete the image of your vehicle and give you instant horsepower and torque gains. After an exhaust system is installed, your vehicle will roar like a lion and run like a cheetah. Have doubts? Read over 7 exhaust system reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the product that will satisfy your needs.

    Customer Reviews
    2002 Subaru Legacy
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    "This racing up-pipe arrived just on time. When I opened the package I was impressed with the quality of material. Easy and quick installation, good choice!"

    2009 Subaru WRX
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    "Installing it wasn't too bad, the instructions could use better pictures, but the problem was the clamps. It took forever to get the clamps in just the right spot - even with the right torque on the bolt - to not leak exhaust at the clamp. One of them still leaks a little, so I'm going to fix it with some muffler cement. Other than that issue, the exhaust sounds orgasmic to my ears, I love it. "

    2009 Subaru Impreza
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    "I'm satisfied with this purchase. The exhaust came very well packaged with no damage. Everything fit my 2009 Subaru Impreza as it should, and it look 100% better than the stock exhaust. The sound is not overwhelming or obnoxious, so I'm not waking the neighbors, but it has a sporty edge to it now. Don't try to install on your own, you'll just end up exhausted and wishing you had five arms. Instead, take it to a shop. Or, do what I did and save some money, but have a source for a car lift and two helpers. If you can find that, it's done in 30 minutes, and you'll wonder why everybody doesn't do this! One negative note: And, it's really not that negative... but to get the flanges at the front of the forward pipe connected to the existing exhaust, we had to hunt down two spring to fit the bolt connections, because the stock ones were too large and wouldn't compress enough to get the nut started on the bolt thread. Again, we got really lucky there, but that one little thing could have set us back hours just to go buy random springs."

    1996 Subaru Outback
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    "I purchased the Borla Catback Exhaust for my 2001 Subaru Outback Limited (2.5L AWD AT 4DR). According to the charts, it was supposed to be a direct fit catback. Unfortunately it was not. That is why for ease of instillation I gave 1 star. I had to go to a custom muffler shop to have the catback installed. After some cutting, bending, and new placement of hangers (every hanger was in the wrong spot) it finally went on. Everything else gets 5 stars. Appearance is amazing. 4" exhaust tip is very nice. Sound is a deep throaty sound, and not a tin can sound. Gains on the upper end can be felt. It looks superb. Price was $542. This was much less then I was quoted for a stock replacement catback from Midas. Even with the added charge of customization it was cheaper then the stock quote I got. Quality is great. Stainless steel, and guaranteed for 1,000,000 miles. You can't beat that! I'm quite happy with this catback system even with the headache of installation. If you're patient and can find a custom shop, then I recommend this exhaust for a Subaru Outback wagon. If you're looking for a direct fit, this isn't it. My grade: A- "