Not sure which 2004 Toyota Tundra Performance Exhaust Systems are right for you? We have over 7601 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Installation was easy. It took about an 1hr to remove stock and install new cat back. Sounds good. Quiet when idling and throaty when you get on it. Can feel difference in performance especially mid range and up. I am happy overall." —Andy T from Hawthorne, CA bought a Magnaflow Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra, Double cab, 6' 6" short bed, 4.7L V8.
"I was able to remove my stock exhaust on 2004 Tundra and install Gibson (using factory hangers) with home tools. Job took about 1-hour total and I am not a mechanic." —Bob B from Irmo, SC bought a Gibson Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Have had the system installed for a couple of weeks now. Sounds great. Nice throaty sound without being obnoxiously loud. Installation was a breeze - took more time to get the old system off than to put the new one on. Installation took less than an hour doing it by myself in my driveway. Love it!" —Karl B from West Wareham, MA bought a Borla Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"My son and I put this Borla on my 2004 Toyota Double Cab in 30 minutes. It was a perfect fit. Tip: Use silicon spray to lube up the rubber exhaust hangers. Spray them and wait 5 minutes. The old exhaust slides off and the new Borla slides on. Sounds and looks awesome! Great service and shipping from Auto Anything too!" —Louis J from Brentwood, TN bought a Borla Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Product well designed and packaged. Installation easy, maybe 30 minutes +/-, and sounds great! In combination with my AFE air filter, I believe I achieved a 10% performance improvement." —Michael A. Z from Windsor, MA bought a Borla Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Installation was very easy although no torque values are given for the clamps . Exhaust note is not very agressive ,not much louder than stock. I installed a set of Doug Thorley headers and it seems to flow well but still on the quiet side." —Oscar S from Whittier, CA bought a Magnaflow Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra, Double cab, 6' 6" short bed, 4.7L V8.
"This had to be the easiest install I ever did. We put it on a Toyota Tundra, and the old exhaust came off with one bolt...how simple was that. The exhaust went on easy..sounds great...not too loud, but enough to let you know there is a v-8 there. Looks good too." —Shanin P from Saint Joseph, MO bought a Gibson Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Very easy to install - took me 1-hour to get the factory pipe w/muffler off, and less than that to put on the magnaflow. I had to cut 1-pipe (used sawzall) and the rest was off and on with clamps. Not: soak factory bushings with a lubricant (WD40) for about 10 before starting and the whole job is easier." —Bob B from Irmo, SC bought a Magnaflow Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Nice system,went on relatively easy. Had to do to small mods,no big deal. I really wish that the system had dual outlets & tailpipes. Quiet @ idle & when your cruising very little drone. Sounds good when your in the gas. Had flowmaster single in/daul out w/series 44 before this. Banks is $200.00 less & sounds almost as good." —Robert S from Flanders, NY bought a Banks Monster Exhaust System for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Per the installation tech, several of the pipes were not bent or shaped correctly. This caused an extra hour of work to reshapethem." —Greg S from Woodbridge, VA bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2004 Toyota Tundra, Extended cab, 4.7L V8.