Bolt on an American tradition with Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust Systems. The throaty roar and performance gains of these performance exhaust systems are unmistakably Flowmaster. Built from aluminized or stainless steel. 3-year & limited Lifetime Warranties.
Unleash the horsepower demons lurking under your hood with a power-packed Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust System. Engineered for unrestricted flow and a throaty growl, Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are all wrought from prime 409 stainless steel for lasting durability. Lifetime Warranty for Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust Systems.
Fire-breathing performance. Head-turning tone. Long-lasting materials. Borla Cat-Back Exhaust Systems deliver the power and style to win pink slips and earn street cred. Borla Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are crafted from pure T-304 stainless steel that’s mandrel bent and backed by a 1,000,000-mile warranty.
Release the factory stranglehold and set your ride free with the MBRP Performance Exhaust System. Packed with the free-flowing power and sound that MBRP is famous for, this high-performance exhaust system is designed for one thing—taking the win!
Hate in-cab drone from old-school cat back exhaust systems? Corsa Performance Cat-Back Exhaust Systems use high-tech resonance cancelling technology to pump up your power without the obnoxious cockpit hum. Plus, Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are built from mandrel-bent stainless steel and carry a Lifetime Warranty.
The affordable cat-back exhaust that doesn’t compromise on horsepower muscle or tough torque is none other than Gibson Cat-Back Exhaust Systems. Mandrel-bent piping cuts the backpressure out of your cat-back exhaust system, and the SuperFlow mufflers keep the rumble tasteful. Built from aluminized steel or 409 stainless. Lifetime Warranty.
Got the guts to handle the power that comes with Banks Monster Cat-Back Exhaust Systems? Your beastly Banks Monster Cat-Back Exhaust is wrought from 100% stainless steel and mandrel bent for ferocious power gains and an imposing growl. Lifetime Warranty on these cat-back exhaust systems.
Give your car or truck an infusion of power and sound with an aFe Exhaust System. Your ride’s stock pipes put the squeeze on performance but you can unlock it simply by bolting on one of these kits. Unlike your factory system, aFe kits feature mandrel-bent tube and low-restriction mufflers to boost horsepower and add a mean, performance tone. 2-year warranty.
For trick sound and tire-chirping power, equip your speed fiend with JBA Performance Cat-Back Exhaust Systems. JBA honed their engineering skills building legendary Mustang exhausts, and they pour their decades of experience into every system. Mandrel bent from T-304 stainless or aluminized steel. 1-year warranty.
If it’s too loud, you’re too old, bro—and the Gibson Metal Mulisha Exhaust System is not for you! Crafted from 4" mandrel-bent stainless steel tubing and topped with a Mulisha-emblazoned tip, these cat-back and DPF-back kits deliver a belligerent blast of power and sound. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Bolt on the legendary Corsa sound and power without exhausting your budget! dB Performance Exhaust by Corsa is built specifically for trucks to deliver ultimate performance and an aggressive growl—with no cab drone or wallet drain. 10-year warranty.
Better hold on tight-your Volant Exhaust System is dyno-tuned to kick out wicked horsepower and torque gains with an imposing growl. Each exhaust is mandrel bent from T-304 stainless and includes a polished tip. Volant Performance Exhaust Systems boast a no-drill install. 5-year and Lifetime Warranties.
Not sure which 2013 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:
"Exhaust sounds great!! Dual exhausts look WAY better than stock or single exits. The notes that come off the different gears & RPMs always makes for a great ride everytime. Great starting block to make your Tundra look & sound a lot better" —Michael M from Torrance, CA bought a Borla Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra, Crew Max, short bed (approx. 5' 6"), 5.7L V8.
"Very pretty in/out of the box. Easy bolt on cat-back kit. Only discrepancy was passenger side exhaust pipe was to long compared to driver side, caused lop sided tips and only way to have them match was the make the passenger side to seat further up the pipe. This caused the tip to not snuggy fit, and shake and rattle. Replaced tips with 3.5" and welded it together, trashed the clamps." —Ethan D from Panama City, FL bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra.
"Just installed this exhaust today. Shipping and quality were great. Took about 3 hours to install, and that includes removing the stock system, and did I mention that was without a lift or jacks! Sounds soooo good too. Would have liked to have seen clamps that tightened or sealed up better, sounds like a leak somewhere. I'll have to re tighten in a couple days." —Justin S from Middle River, MD bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra.
"Exactly what I was looking for. Was delivered on time and had everything in the box. Instructions were easy to follow and it only took me two hours to install. The hardest part was deciding whether to run the exhaust out the back or to the sides. Gives my truck a little growl on take off but I don't really notice it once I get up to speed" —James M from Concord, NC bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra, Double cab, 6' 6" short bed, 5.7L V8.
"As advertised....mellow sound, ease of installation although I did have a mechanic put it on inside of an hour and a half, great looks. Have noticed a small gain in mpg. Installed only a week, so I expect performance improvement with break-in. Also of great importance was the service I received from AutoAnything....received the system in short order, easy to track and delivered right on time. Great people to deal with...." —Philip J S from Minocqua, WI bought a Magnaflow Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra.
"The give the system "A" rating. Sound is perfect,
performance outstandig,I would recommend a Air intake system, and a dry system is the safest as the sensors aren't effected. The only thing on the install is the inboard tail pipe is close to the leaf spring
Vernon Resident" —Stanley M Jr B from Vernon, AZ bought a Magnaflow Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra, Double cab, standard bed (approx. 6' 7"), 5.7L V8.
"Easy to install looks and sounds good. The tip looks a little small for the the size of the the tundra but it works." —Michael S from Acme, PA bought a MBRP Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra, Double cab, standard bed (approx. 6' 7"), 5.7L V8.
"AS always AutoAnything has provided Great service,shipping,value and information. But I feel flowmaster dropped the ball on their instruction and directions, the quality is great just a little more time to clarify some of the install notes and pictures would really help the novice. I installed this system alone in about 2 hours, I can see where someone with little mechanic knowledge would be stumped. The system is perfect, low rumble at an idle kickass when you want." —Karl W H from Faywood, NM bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra.
"Great exhaust, not too loud...gurgles when necessary. Took me longer to get the old muffler off, finally cut it off...twisting the tail end over the axle was a little tricky during installation." —Curtis B from Woodbridge, VA bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra, 4.0L V6.
"Took about 1 hour on a lift to install. Some of the clamps had to be tightened to the breaking point to keep pipes from slipping. Other wise piece of cake. The sound is not extreme and you barely notice at idle. Step on the gas and here comes the growl. I also installed the K&N AFE intake. Horsepower definitely bumped up, waiting to see what the mileage does." —John F from Wake Forest, NC bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra.
"This system took me about 30 min to install, and that includes time to remove the stock exhaust. Sounded a little quieter than expected at first. But after a few mile it broke in and gave a nice low rumble, until you mash the throttle." —Chris S from Mesa, AZ bought an aFe Exhaust Systems for a 2013 Toyota Tundra, CrewMax, 5' 6" short bed, 5.7L V8.