Subaru Impreza Performance Exhausts

    About Subaru Impreza Performance Exhaust Systems


    The Subaru Impreza is a stylish compact elegantly designed to meet the aspirations of sports car enthusiasts. It’s packed with awesome power and is a remarkable sight as it cruises down the freeways. But if you are looking to upgrade the looks and performance of your Impreza, you need to remove the stock exhaust pipes and install a performance exhaust system from CARiD. CARiD stocks the best range among aftermarket Subaru Impreza exhaust suppliers, stocking world famous brands such as Borla, Flowmaster, MagnaFlow and Weapon-R among many others. You are sure to get one that fits your Impreza. Aftermarket Subaru Impreza exhaust systems are configured in a manner that reduces backpressure and turbulence in the engine, allowing the free flow of exhaust gases. This creates a 10% increase in horsepower and torque leading to an improvement in engine performance. Additionally, you benefit from fuel cost savings realized at cruising speeds.

    Aftermarket Subaru Impreza exhaust systems are renowned for their durability. Chrome plated stainless steel, which is used to make Most of the exhaust systems at CARiD, lasts at least five times longer than chrome exhaust pipes. Stainless steel strengthens the mufflers to resist rust, flaking or chipping. Dealers also provide a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and assembly over the life of the product. Apart from this, you get to enjoy great sound from the exhaust system. Aftermarket Subaru Impreza exhaust systems produce a deep roar, tuned appropriately to suit the power of your car. The exhaust system also comes with a polished exhaust tip for added glamour. You may choose a mirror finish, black finish or chrome finish for your Impreza. Moreover, the tip is attached by a clean bolt-on installation, eliminating the need for drilling action. Why not take advantage of such an exhaust system to enjoy a smooth Impreza ride into the future?

    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 3 exhaust system reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the product that will satisfy your needs.



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    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.
    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 equalized and power is increased at all engine speeds.

    Customer Reviews
    4.5(4.5)
    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."