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TGV/ EGR Delete Kits
If you want to really make your engine roar and boost its performance, look no further than our range of TGV EGR kits for WRX STi.
Your muffler is a component in your vehicle’s exhaust system, and acts to muffle the sounds that your engine makes. This is solely to ensure the comfort of you as the driver, your passengers and anyone you might pass by. However, you don’t actually need a muffler to run your motor, and removing it isn’t going to stop your vehicle from functioning.
So if you want to get a bit more grunt out of your engine and you’d rather make some noise, ProSpeed has a range of solutions to help you do just that – especially when it’s for your Subaru WRX STi.
Note: It’s important to check your local council laws around noise levels before you modify your car and go cruising around, just to be safe. In some cases, your council may consider these modifications illegal.
TGV Delete Kits for WRX STi
We carry a wide range of solutions from trusted brands such as IAG, Process West, Cobb Tuning and Integrated Engineering. When it comes to induction air delivery, you can rely on our TGV EGR kits.
A delete kit is basically a pipe that can be used in place of your muffler. A TGV is a tumbler generator valve located in your intake runners, while an EGR is an exhaust gas regulator. The kits for each of these allow more air to flow through, and therefore provide more power to your engine.
Does a TGV Kit Add Power?
By providing a better airflow for your motor, a TGV delete kit can also help to increase your vehicle’s horsepower and make your engine a little lighter (as the kit is a hollow part – much lighter than your muffler).
Is It the Same as a Straight Pipe?
While a TGV or EGR delete kit may resemble a pipe, it is not the same as a straight pipe – as a straight pipe is the term used to describe a catalytic converter delete, which is used as part of your cat-back exhaust. They have different jobs, too – as a muffler reduces noise, while your catalytic converter reduces emissions from fuel.
Getting the Most Out of Your Car
For all your performance car needs, talk to the team at ProSpeed Racing – stocking a wide range of products from Australia’s best brands. For further tips and advice, give us a call on (02) 4340 4463 today.