There are two common beginnings for new vehicle owners searching to begin modifications. Route one is a cold air intake. It’s easy, and it’s normally pretty easy to feel and hear a difference. Route two is the exhaust.
The exhaust is more intensive, but the rewards is much, much more satisfying. Now that the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has been around for more than a few months, aftermarket divisions have gotten their hands on the vehicle to develop the latest systems for the car. That includes Stainless Works.
The aftermarket company has put together an excellent montage of before and after sounds to show off the difference its performance headers system can make. The clips even show how the system works with the Camaro’s different driving modes, with track making for an extremely aggressive tone.
Check it out above, even though the 6.2-liter LT1 V8 sounds mighty good from the factory, there are always performance gains to be had.