The Toyota Supra is a proper sports car, but fans have complained it isn't as powerful as the BMW Z4 M40i.
While MagnaFlow’s xMOD exhaust won’t magically give the Supra’s turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six 382 hp (285 kW / 387 PS) and 369 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque, it does give the model a little more grunt.
According to the company, drivers can expect to gain 4 hp (3 kW / 4 PS) over the standard model. That isn’t much, but MagaFlow said testing has shown the exhaust opened up "gains greater than 14 hp (10 kW / 14 PS) by removing limitations of the factory calibration."
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Besides adding power, the exhaust is notable because it’s modular. This means owners can easily swap out parts to change the volume and tone to match their preferences.
The system costs $2,500 and comes with xMOD Muffler Modules for a "deep, aggressive" exhaust note. Buyers can also install xTreme Delete Modules for a "race car sound." The latter is recommended for track-only use, but it’s easy to change setups as the components are held in place by quick-release v-band clamps.
Besides the aforementioned features, the exhaust has two inlet pipe options. The first measures 3 inches (76 mm) and "corrects flow restrictions present in the factory crushed Supra exhaust." The second is a larger 3.5 inch (90 mm) unit which increases airflow by up to 36% and is designed to support "future performance requirements."
The exhaust is also lighter than stock and the company said owners can expect to drop between 1.0 – 8.5 lbs (0.4 – 3.8 kg) of weight depending on the setup. Lastly, it comes with a specially tuned wave resonator that promises to eliminate unwanted droning in the cabin when sport mode is turned off.