Part #11743 Lead The Heard

2005-2010 Scion tC Axle-Back Exhaust System S-Type Part # 11743

TC '05-'10 2.4L 4 CYL AT/MT FW 11743

The 2.25" diameter BORLA® Axle-Back system for the 2.4L 4-cylinder Toyota engine (PN 11743) delivers a 200+ cfm increase in flow and better than a significant weight savings. Constructed of lightweight yet durable aircraft-grade high quality T-304 stainless steel tubing with CNC mandrel bends and a straight-through free flowing wide oval muffler. It sounds awesome and is capped off with a stylish oversized BORLA® embossed 4.25" x 3.5" oval polished T-304 stainless steel tip for a sharp appearance.

Sound, performance and looks with an easy bolt-on installation. The advanced engineering BORLA® incorporates into the Scion tC is based on a long history of Toyota exhaust from racing both cars and trucks. NHRA sports compact standouts Titan Motorsports rely on BORLA® for their Toyota race and street car exhaust. BORLA®, your brand for over 40 years building great sounding performance exhaust backed by an unbeatable million-mile warranty.

Warranty Valve Note: BORLA only warranties moving parts, such as valves and actuators for one year. This system includes functioning active exhaust valves, similar to those in the stock exhaust, and is recommended for most customers. Active exhaust valves in this system will improve sound quality.
Warranty Valve Simulator Note: BORLA only warranties moving parts, such as valves and actuators for one year. This system includes active exhaust valve simulators and is recommended for cars with significant modifications. The active exhaust valves in the stock exhaust have been removed, valve simulator mounts on the outside of the pipe allow the stock valve motors to be re-attached to prevent an error code.
Warranty Finish Note: BORLA exhaust systems are covered under our Million-Mile warranty with the following exceptions. Borla will warranty black coatings, tip finishes, and carbon fiber parts for one year.
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 Lead which are known to the State Of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to
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