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Borla
Qty:
$417.82
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • TC 11-16 2.5L FWD AT/MT 2DR
  • ; 2.25 in.; Includes Muffler/Hardware/X-Pipes/4.25 in. x 3.5 in. Single Oval Rolled Angle-Cut Tip; Rear Exit;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant T-304 Stainless Steel
  • S-Type Axle-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Single
    • Exit Position: Rear
    • Exit Style: Straight
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Type: Turbo
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • System Type: Axle Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • Tail Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Diameter: 4.250 In.
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.250 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • Borla Performance has once again proven why we have a led the aftermarket performance exhaust industry for over 30 years. Borla Performance Industries; the original pioneers of high quality; austinetic stainless steel free flow exhaust utilizes patented award and race winning technology to deliver quality; sound; performance gains; and enhanced fuel economy. All with an easy bolt on installation. All Borla street products carry an unsurpassed written million-mile warranty.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Scion tC L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2494
Borla
Qty:
$852.46
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • FR-S 13-16/BRZ 13-19/86 17-19 2.0L AT/MT RWD 2DR 2.5in.; 2in. S-TYPE S RD RL AC
  • ; Single 2.5 in. Into Dual 2 in. Out; Includes Connecting Pipes/Muffler/Hardware/4.25 in. Round Rolled Angle Cut Tips; Split Rear Exit;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant T-304 Stainless Steel
  • S-Type Cat-Back(TM) Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Single
    • Exit Position: Split Rear
    • Exit Style: Straight
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Type: Turbo
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 3.000 In.
    • System Type: Cat Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter:
      • 2.000 In.
      • 2.500 In.
    • Tail Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Diameter: 4.250 In.
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • The BORLA(R) sound of power. Its been described as asonic shot of adrenaline. An intoxicating concert ofsteel, gears and combustion that echoes from thespeedways, deserts and highways of the world.The sound of more victory laps than any otherbrand, the BORLA(R) exhaust note has become the quintessentioal soundtrack of high-performance motoring. And like all good automotive designs there is function behing the form. As any driving enthusiast knows, the sound of an exhaust provides more than just ear candy. Its a communications conduit between car and driver. A link between human and machine. The exhaust sound provides accoustic feedback of engine rpm to aid the driver in critical decisions such as gear selection or throttle input in rev-match shifting. At BORLA(R), we understand this concept better than any exhaust manufacturer. Combining patented technology with computer modeling, extensive prototyping and advanced sound analysis tools. BORLA(R) engineers spend countless hours tuning exhaust systems to best reflect the personality and performance of vehicle applications. The result is an enhanced driving experience. With unrivaled clarity, the BORLA(R) exhaust note can help a driver stay within the powerband through a difficult section, using the exciting sensory feedback of sound. With unrivaled clarity the Borla exhaust note can help a driver stay within the powerband through a difficult section, using the exciting sensry feedback of sound.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Scion FR-S H 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1998
Borla
Qty:
$689.83
Borla Exhaust System Kit
  • FR-S/BRZ 13-16 2.0L RWD 2DR
  • ; 2.50 in. Into Muffler Dual 2 in. Out; Includes Muffler/4.5 in. Single Round Rolled Angle-Cut Phantom Tip; Single Split Rear Exit;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant
  • S-Type Axle-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type: Single
    • Exit Position: Split
    • Exit Style: Straight
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Material: T-304 Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Type: Turbo
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • System Type: Axle Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Tail Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Diameter: 4.500 In.
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: This Product In The Physical Form It Is Sold Does Not Present A Hazard. However; Operations Including; But Not Limited To Welding; Brazing; Or Thermal Cutting Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium; Nickel; Cobalt; Arsenic; Cadmium And Le
  • Borla Performance has once again proven why we have a led the aftermarket performance exhaust industry for over 30 years. Borla Performance Industries; the original pioneers of high quality; austinetic stainless steel free flow exhaust utilizes patented award and race winning technology to deliver quality; sound; performance gains; and enhanced fuel economy. All with an easy bolt on installation. All Borla street products carry an unsurpassed written million-mile warranty.
Brand: Borla
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2016 - Scion FR-S H 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1998
Corsa
2013 Scion FR-S Exhaust System Kit Corsa - Sport Cat-Back Exhaust System

P311-2377AED    14864  New

Qty:
$1,265.05
Corsa Exhaust System Kit
  • Cat-Back
  • ; Dual Rear Exit; 2.5 in. Dia.; Includes Muffler/Pipes/Clamps/Single 4.5 in. Polished Pro-Series Tips;50 State Legal / California Emissions Compliant
  • Sport Cat-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Exhaust Type:
      • Cat-back
      • Dual
    • Exit Position: Dual Rear
    • Exit Style: Straight
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Material: Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Type: Chambered
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • System Type: Cat Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Tail Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Diameter: 4.500 In.
    • Tip Logo: None
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • CORSAs Patented Reflective Sound Cancellation(R) (RSC) Technology allows acoustic engineers to create a drone free exhaust sound, styled specifically to fit the personality of your vehicle. Each system is designed to increase vehicle performance, deliver an AGGRESSIVE SOUND under acceleration and a DRONE-FREE EXPERIENCE during cruise. Performance gains are not affected by sound choice.
Brand: Corsa
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2013 - Scion FR-S
MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust
Qty:
MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust Exhaust System Kit
  • Street Series Stainless Cat-Back System
  • ; 2.5 in.; Includes Resonator/MidPipe/Dual 4x4x14 in. Muffler/Dual 4 in. Round Tips; Dual Split Rear Exit; Stainless
  • Street Series Performance Cat-Back Exhaust System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attachment Type: Bolt-on
    • Exhaust Pipe Material: Stainless
    • Exhaust Type: Dual
    • Exit Position: Dual Split Rear
    • Exit Quantity: Dual
    • Exit Style: Dual Split Rear
    • Finish: Stainless
    • Inlet Connection Type: Bolt-on
    • Inlet Inside Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Main Piping Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Material: Stainless
    • Muffler Body Diameter: 4.000 In. X 4.000 In.
    • Muffler Body Finish: Polished
    • Muffler Body Height: 4.000 In.
    • Muffler Body Length: 14.000 In.
    • Muffler Body Material: Stainless Steel
    • Muffler Body Shape: Round
    • Muffler Body Width: 4.000 In.
    • Muffler Count: 2
    • Muffler Finish: Polished
    • Muffler Type: Straight-through
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 4.000 In.
    • Pipe Material: Stainless Steel
    • Recommended Use: Performance
    • Series: Street
    • Sound Level: Moderate
    • Subtitles: Cat-back
    • System Type: Cat Back
    • Tail Pipe Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Tip Diameter: 4.000 In.
    • Tip Finish: Polished
    • Tip Length: 7.000 In.
    • Tip Material: Stainless Steel
    • Tip Quantity: 2
    • Tip Shape: Round
    • Tip Type: Welded;double Wall;angle Cut;folded Edge
    • Title: Street Series
    • Tubing Diameter: 2.500 In.
    • Type: Cat-back
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No
  • Made in the USA and engineered to last, for those seeking increased performance and better economy, MagnaFlow Touring Series Performance Exhaust systems deliver the smooth deep sound you want and the wide-open performance power you need. Our exhaust systems feature straight-through flow designs for the ultimate in unrestricted horsepower and torque for big power while maintaining exhaust efficiency. These systems are an engineered balance of interior and exterior noise levels and are tested against SAE j1169 standards.
Brand: MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2016 - Scion FR-S

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2005 Scion tC Grinding Noise

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Question From noleguy92 on 2005 Scion tC Grinding Noise

Hey, I have a 2005 Scion tC 2.4l with 110,000 miles and it is an automatic (unfortunately). About 6 months ago, I began noticing that the engine would make a grinding noise upon a cold start. This would only happen when I gave it some gas, and generally the grinding noise would stop above approx 2,000 rpm. At first I wasn't too worried because I could let it warm up for a couple minutes and be good to go. Now, I have to wait probably 7-8 minutes with the car idling. In other words, the car has to be completely warm before it stops grinding. To me, it sounds as if the gears are not properly lubricated with the oil. Perhaps the oil is not getting to the top of the engine quickly? I am a car enthusiast and have done a good bit of work on cars, but I don't know what to do with this problem. Please help!

Response From noleguy92

Bump!

Thanks for the opinions, I am checking on those things but I would love for more people to watch the video to try and determine the issue. Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

We are mostly certified techs. You don't need a dozen opinions.

Response From noleguy92

Well I got quite a few suggestions, so obviously there is no clear-cut answer. The more opinions the better. Also, the first two individuals did not see the video.

Response From GC

I saw it, didnt help much. Did you look at the things suggested?

Response From kev2

some thoughts - doing noises in a forum is a tough one-
you are using correct oil - changed as required ? Level good?
Could the sound be a starter motor- hanging drivre or stuck relay?

We will want to isolate the sound- SO as some starts vehicle observe and try to locate - maybe a belt driven accessory? top of engine, bottom - left right ?

An old trick was to use a dowel one end on areas you suspect other end in clenched fist pressed against your ear - a stethoscope affect it helps localize the noise BUT be smart BE carefull go slow THINK

Response From noleguy92



This is it. It's a bit hard to hear over the rest of the engine noise/exhaust. I honestly think it's louder inside. I could do another tomorrow from the inside if it would help. Apologies in advance for my friend who was behind the wheel. He obviously struggles operating a vehicle.

Response From noleguy92

Also, oil is changed regularly at the Toyota dealer. I don't think the oil is premium or anything. It was changed about 2,000 miles ago.

Response From Discretesignals

Have you inspected the exhaust system for loose heat shielding or etc.? You might need to use a mechanic's stethoscope to pinpoint the location.

Response From noleguy92

If it has anything to do with the exhaust, why would it be dependent on engine heat?

Response From Discretesignals

Thermal expansion and contraction maybe. The baby cat sits right there below the exhaust manifold. Check to make sure the mounting bracket bolts/nuts aren't loosen up or missing. Just trying to give you some possibilities to check out.



Response From GC Top Rated Answer

Whats the oil like? Regular changes, proper grade, proper level? What does it sound like in the engine compartment? Grinding or lots of ticking? Tough to give advice on a sound without being able to hear it. Any chance you could record it and upload it to a hosting site and post link here? Couple things to check: Make sure that the noise isnt coming from something on the belt drive. Is exhaust shield loose and rattling? If it is coming from engine, can you tell if its coming from the top or bottom end?

2006 Scion XB- Loud Noise Rear Driver’s Side

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Question From discokitten on 2006 Scion XB- Loud Noise Rear Driver’s Side

2006
Scion XB
Automatic, 4 cylinder
71,000 miles

I have an automatic 2006 Scion XB with 71,000 miles and yesterday it started making an unbearably loud noise on the left side (drivers side), which I believe is coming from the rear of the car. I kept checking to see if there was a motorcycle driving next to me because that’s exactly what it sounded like. When I slowed below 60 MPH the noise would subside but 60 MPH seemed to be the magic number because anything above that triggered the sound. The car did not feel like it was shaking when I exceeded 60.

5 days ago I took my car to get an oil change and have the transmission fluid flushed and new break pads put in along with other regular maintenance such as tire rotation and new air filter. I called the mechanic yesterday and he said to bring the car back in today. Exactly 1 year ago I had to replace the right side rear wheel bearing after I heard a very loud humming noise. I keep thinking that maybe this could be the same problem except in that situation, it was a definite humming and this time it sounds like a motorcycle.

Does this sound like it could be a wheel bearing problem? Or perhaps something to do with the exhaust?

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

well im assuming since you say it sounds like a motorcycle, your talking about a motorcycle's exhaust note. so yes the first culprit will be the exhaust system. you could be noticing it more at 60 mph because of the sound harmonics.

Beat up Scion XA - buy or not?

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Question From Larkspur on Beat up Scion XA - buy or not?

Hello, I'd be grateful for any advice as I have made bad car-buying decisions repeatedly in the past. I am looking at a 2005 Scion XA with 130k on it, for sale for $3000.
It was a local trade in. It obviously was not babied by its former owner and has some issues, which I found out through the dealer, a mechanic who I had take a look at it, and my own eyes.

Known issues...

*The exhaust system was messed up when they got it, they had it taken to a muffler shop who only partially repaired the problem. I found this out when the mechanic looked at it. It was then sent back to the shop for a second repair.
*A belt was dry and needed to be replaced. This is also supposed to now be done.
*Tachometer is not working
*Back tires shot, back wheel bearings MAY also need replacing
*Front left tire loose, may just need tightening or MAY need wheel bearing also
*Missing inner fender well

*Back windshield wiper needs blade
*A wire was loose under one of the seats
*One or two other little things like this I can't remember exactly
*A bit scratched/dinged (still looks overall good to me, but I'm not all that picky about that stuff)

There is no warranty.

The more I type, the more I think the response will be "don't buy it", which is probably a good idea. I just like the car, it's got a lot of good reviews, and if the repairwork doesn't end up costing too much the total cost would be comparable to other Xas listed in the area. On the other hand I'm afraid it could end up being nothing but trouble, needing unexpected repair after repair. I'm thinking I should keep looking but what I really want to know, would you say it's a terrible deal? Would anybody here buy this car, or advise it? The original asking price was $4k.

Thank you!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just what you expected - DON'T BUY IT,


T

Response From Larkspur Top Rated Answer

Thanks, Tom, any elaboration? Would you pay anything for this car, if you liked it but it was in shabby shape? What do you think would be a fair price?

Response From Larkspur

Thanks a lot for your help!!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I'll try not to write too much of a novel. First glance when you mentioned wheel and wheel well insert missing scared me away alone. WTeff happened? It's not a bulldozer of vehicle - not much is so some serious shat is probably wrong not just bull like tires, a wiper blade and other things you can expect.
I can't say what your area and prices for decent used stuff is going to cost. You did the right thing by having it inspected before any transaction and do that again no matter how good something looks and feels.


I'm kinda out of this game but folks used to give me crap like that - that's what it's worth! Fix freebies up to top shelf and get top buck too but takes a ton of time. It's lots harder now to get the car as a whole totally safe and legal - dings and harmless cosmetics don't count much for possible dependable vehicles but should still lower the cost if not just average.
Hacked exhaust is another. The chain "muffler" places are great for keeping anything useable and custom make up a section. When needed they are great but if YOU are going to need just one part you'll probably find it impossible not to do the whole system or back to one of those places.
There's one in the yard with hacked up cat converter to fit a cheap POS 4" bit of pipe to now so little left only a new converter is going to fix it next round of anything and it isn't a of the problem it was butchered.


Back to the hunt for a car: Best price bets IMO are going to be folks who just refused the loss of trading in an older car towards a brand new one. New dealers really don't wan the junkers nor fixer uppers to keep for resale. They usually sell the best used cars too and you pay for them probably out of your range if thinking the 3-4 thousand $ area.


Try looking for original owner's with a list of the care it's had along the way. Garaged cars the best. These might or might not be real cleaned up and shampood, have stickers on windows, bumper skins and what not is harder for them to sell! They are usually sick of people looking so be ready to get serious quick on the right one still contingent on YOUR mechanic's inspection.


Do make sure a car hasn't been totaled unless you are up for the headaches and know it's NOT a salvage title. Never knew of a great fixed up wreck despite lower price that ended up the deal.


Used private sales from one or perhaps two long term owners should be your best bet for bargain. Spend more for top shelf used with warranty you don't need to pay for.


Low miles but careful of way too low.


The one you listed out just what was found smacks of just as much wrong that wasn't found is my problem with it. By the time you get one of those in real good shape you could have found one that didn't need much to begin with.......


Tom