Toyota 86 Performance Exhaust
Help your new vehicle sound as sporty as it looks by getting a Toyota 86 DIY exhaust system. This 2+2 coupe, which is identical to the badge-engineered
Subaru BRZ (and was known as the Scion FR-S prior to 2017), is a fast little machine by any name. With a premium exhaust system, you'll have the extra power and authoritative sound to eighty-six the competition. MRT has designed several exhaust kits for Toyota 86 owners who want to get a leg up on the streets, at track day or for their next show.
The Exhaust That Fits You
No matter what you desire for sound or what your budget is, our team of automotive engineers is here to help. The Toyota 86 header-back exhaust is the most complete kit available, replacing every pipe and bolt with precision-tuned parts. Our Version 3 Toyota 86 header-back resonator delete exhaust is the loudest system we sell. If you prefer a more mellow sound or want to be a good neighbor, get the version 2 header-back kit.
A Toyota 86 axle-back exhaust is an affordable option for those who want gains without emptying their bank account. The single-exit GT86 axle-back gives you a solid boost at an amazing price. A twin-exit axle-back provides more power and the look of a V8 sports car. All of these exhaust systems are made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel and produce a deep muscle car sound that gets more aggressive the harder you step on it.
DIY Performance Exhaust Parts
For many people, the thought of a long, stressful installation is what stops them from upgrading the exhaust system. MRT designs each one from the start for backyard mechanics. Depending on the kit, our bolt-on exhausts take 60-90 minutes to install. You don't need any special tools or equipment, either - just standard shop hand tools. We've been an industry leader since 2003 with handcrafted exhaust systems made in the USA.
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