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Fits: 2004-2008 Acura TL
The 2004-2008 Acura TL is a car that exhibits class with its presence, so why put anything less on it? The Tsudo Acura TL Dual SP Catback Exhaust is an exhaust system that combines style and class with performance. The exhaust tips fit perfectly with the body lines of the car and gives it the perfect clean look. The tips are polished stainless steel to give a subtle, but noticable result. Don't be fooled by the clean look though, fire up the 3.2 liter V6 under the hood and the exhaust comes to life with a deep exhaust note. Let your foot down and hear the aggresive notes as the engine climbs the rpms. It is the perfect combination of function, form and style.
The Tsudo Acura TL Dual Cat-back exhaust system does much more than just look good. It will increase the horsepower, torque and throttle response. This is achieved by using CNC machine mandrel bent stainless steel tubing with a perforated core. What this means is that your Acura TL has a smooth, unrestricted free flowing exhaust throughout the entire system. Many big name companies will cut corners and not use this process to save time and money, by doing this they develop borrlenecks and choke points throughout the exhaust system that will restrict the flow and, even worse, your power. It is manufactured using the highest quality 100% T-304 Stainless Steel, this not only improves corrosion resistance and durability, but reduces a significant amount of weight compared to the stock OEM exhaust. No fabrication is needed either, the Tsudo Acura TL Dual SP Catback Exhaust uses the factory hangers and includes all bolts and gaskets.
Note: Designed for OEM rear bumper without addon lips. Requires modification for A-Spec or aftermarket lips.
Fittment is pretty good, had a bend one hanger a little bit. This exhaust require you to punch the old studs out of the cat and install new bolts in order to fit the gasket. Not obnoxiously loud, very suttle deep tones. Overall good for a daily you want an exhaust for but not too loud. Brandon Matthew Jung on 8th Feb 2017