Upgraded Exhaust System Completed for Subaru STI

Our roots are certainly in the Subaru platform.  This customer of ours is super stoked on Agency Power and has outfitted his project 04-05 Subaru STI with a complete Agency Power exhaust system.  His STI has our all stainless steel headers with uppipe, catless race downpipes, and catback exhaust featuring a titanium muffler with titanium tip.  He tells us, Dude I get so many compliments on the exhaust and the look and sound of it.”  Thats all we need to hear to be stoked right back!  Check out his Instragram H8BOOST here and view the pics below.

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New Silicone Hoses for FRS | BRZ | GT-86 Released

Agency Power is proud to release 2 new products to its already large Scion FRS, Subaru BRZ, Toyota GT-86 catalog.  Both of these products are great additions to your engine bay that will help you win more trophies as well as improve cooling, air flow, and performance of your Boxxer Engine.

First up is our new 6 piece coolant hose kit.  This kit includes the 3 piece radiator hose kit plus 3 more auxillary coolant hoses to give your engine bay a decorative look with longevity.  Next up is our new silicone intake hose kit.  This deletes the useless … Read More


Porsche 996 997 Turbo Crank Pulley Installation

Now that you have received your Lightweight Crank Pulley for the Porsche 996 or 997, it is time to install it.  The installation is pretty straight forward.  There is a slight difference in the below compared to what you need to do.  Since we supply the pulley with a tool, you do not have to loosen 1 axle.  The reason this was done was to make it easier to loosen the crank bolt.  The pulley tool fits in either side of the crank bolt hole to allow you to hold the pulley in place from spinning.  Once you loosen the … Read More


How to Install Porsche 987 Cayman Boxster Racing Plenum Kit

Here is a brief how to installation guide on the Agency Power Porsche 987 Cayman or Boxster performance racing plenum kit.  This kit fits both the 2.7L and 3.4L engines and includes all components necessary for replacing the OEM unit.  You will need some basic hand tools, patience, and automotive experience.  Once the engine lid is removed from under the carpet behind the front seats, you can start to remove the factory plenum.  Make sure to check all your clamps, connections, and sensors before going for a test drive.  Any questions, just contact us! Read More