Magnaflow has managed to make the Supra even louder.
Some Toyota fans were upset at the company for using a BMW engine and platform in the all-new fifth-generation Supra. They wanted an in-house successor to the fourth-generation car's 2JZ engine. However, in reality, the BMW-sourced B58 is pretty close to it. The 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six is highly tunable and aftermarket tuners are already finding ways to squeeze 1,000 horsepower out of it, leading to some blisteringly fast quarter-mile times.
Not only does the Supra impress on the race track, but it sounds pretty good as well. The Supra's stock exhaust sounds phenomenal (especially in Sport Mode) but just wait until you hear it with a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust.
MagnaFlow has just released its xMOD Series exhaust for the 2020 Toyota Supra. The system features a modular design so buyers can configure the sound to their liking. Magnaflow says the xMOD Muffler Modules give a deep, aggressive signature exhaust note while the xTreme Delete Modules provide a racecar-like sound, which is recommended for track use only. No matter which configuration you choose, both feature quick-release v-band clamps for easy installation.
For further customization, buyers can choose between two different inlet pipe options. The Opti-Flow Module uses a fast-flowing three-inch mandrel-bent stainless steel design, which Magnaflow says will correct the flow restrictions in the factory exhaust. If you plan to further modify the car, the xTreme Flow Module features a 3.5-inch mandrel bent big-bore design, which increases airflow by up to 36%.
Magnaflow says the xMOD Series exhaust yields a power gain of four horsepower in the stock calibration or up to 14 horsepower by removing the factory calibration. As with the stock system, the Magnaflow exhaust features baffles which open up when you put the car into Sport Mode. The system is now available starting at $2,500, which seems like a small price to pay to make your car sound even louder.