These exhaust systems are made to order and there sometimes can be a lead time of up to 14 days. If this may be a problem, feel free to contact us to get an accurate timeline.
The 1VD V8 4.5L common rail turbo diesel engine in the current 70 Series Landcruiser has forged itself a reputation as a tough off-roader, with truck-like power and a fantastic amount of torque right from the word go. Off the factory floor, the Landcruiser is shackled by the very restrictive standard Toyota exhaust.
With the standard exhaust going as small as 1 & 7/8″, and running through a diesel particulate filter (DPF) and baffled muffler, the sound of the V8 motor is nowhere to be heard. The fitment of a Manta 3″ exhaust system changes all that! Running full 3″ piping, right from the either the turbo face or the DPF, to the tail, it’s available in a number of configurations, so you can have an exhaust note close to the factory level, go all out with a wild, unmuffled V8 bark, or find a happy medium somewhere in between.
For the ultimate in looks and sound, we now also have our twin 3″ tailpipe version available. If you’ve already got a Manta exhaust, this is available as a simple bolt-on to your existing exhaust system!
Finally, our long-awaited 4″ system is also now available! This is our Extreme version, offering the loudest possible note, and maximum flow.
The full 3″ exhaust is consistently rated as the best performance modification to carry out on the V8 Landcruiser, not only due to the glorious sound it releases but also for the massive improvement in driveability. Many dealers are fitting them on brand new vehicles – don’t spend another day without one!
DPF BACK OR TURBO BACK?
The latest model Landcruiser comes from the factory with a Diesel Particulate Filter. These are an emissions device designed to control the amount of soot emitted from the exhaust system. We have two options in our exhaust range – DPF back (similar to a “cat back” system on a petrol vehicle), or turbo back (replacing the entire factory exhaust system, including the DPF).
The turbo back system does require a recalibration of the vehicle’s Engine Control Unit (ECU) to remove certain functions associated with the DPF system. This is intended for off-road or race use only.