Tomei FA20 Equal Length Header | 2022 Subaru BRZ/Toyota GR86 and 2013-2021 Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/Toyota 86 (TB6010-SB03A)
2022 Subaru BRZ/Toyota GR86 and 2013-2021 Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/Toyota 86 EXPREME Equal Length Exhaust Manifold with Titan Exhaust Bandage by Tomei
The FA20 boxer engine inside the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ can be said to be the successor to the EJ engine. At Tomei Powered, through our extensive testing, we've produced numerous EJ engine and exhaust parts. By applying our knowledge and experience of EJ engines to the ZN6/ZC6, we conducted even further tests to produce 2 new exhaust manifolds with different characteristics. Using this in conjunction with our new joint pipe, released at the same time, can yield even better results.
- Optimized pipe lengths and angles
- Improved exhaust efficiency
- Designed to minimize heat transfer to the oil pan
- 2013-2016 Scion FR-S
- 2013-2022 Subaru BRZ
- 2017-2021 Toyota 86
- 2022 Toyota GR86
What's In The Box?
- 1 - Exhaust Manifold
- 2 - Gasket (Engine Side)
- 1 - Gasket (Joint Pipe Side)
- 2 - Flange Bolt
- 2 - Flange Nut
- 1 - Titan Exhaust Bandage
- 10 - Bandage Band
- 1 - Bolt Smooth Paste
- Manufacturer Standard Warranty
Gives the car a nice deep sound. Install was very easy and looks great!
Header sounds great in the high RPM’s. Have had it on for about 3 months now, and I love the small power boost it got. Mated it up to an MXP comp RS catback and it sounds awesome!
Have had the header on for a couple of months now, runs great! No issues with clearance or any issues with the actual product. It performs awesome!
Works well for what I needed it for, good quality and sounds great!
I wrote in my first review that there was an unexplained vibration in the body and a slight noise on acceleration. I discovered that the cool looking Tomei label plate that is bolted to the headers was hitting the aluminum plate under the engine. It had gouged a mark, making it obvious when I removed the plate. I took off the stainless label, and drilled a large clearance hole in the aluminum plate. This is a design flaw, easily fixed by welding the mounts for their nameplate in a different location. I didn't want to grind off the mounts, but left the plate off and will mount it on my tool box instead. The car is a 2018 BRZ with 1900 miles, no damage to the factory stock underplate otherwise. See pictures.
Also, I forgot to mention in my earlier review: The instructions included with the header show slip joints and adjusting the length before installing. The slip joints are welded in place, and for some reason the slip joint bars are still in place, doing nothing that I can see. You need to update the instructions, and why not take off the adjuster bars to make wrapping easier??