MagnaFlow Takes A Stab At Livening Up Exhaust Note Of The Camaro Turbo: Video4
Here we have footage of MagnaFlow showing off its exhaust system for the gen-six Chevrolet Camaro powered by the 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine (known in GM parlance as the LTG). The mandrel-bent exhaust features stainless-steel 3-inch tubing and comes with MagnaFlow’s limited lifetime warranty.
We think that the boosted four-banger doesn’t sound all that bad with this exhaust system. In fact, as we’ve stated in the past, we kind of like it. Sure, it doesn’t deliver the beastly roar of an LT1-powered Camaro, but considering that the Camaro Turbo costs at least $10,000 less than the V-8-powered SS model, does it even matter? Probably not.
What might matter, however, is the MagnaFlow system’s price tag. At $1,334.85 — the sale price on SummitRacing.com, as of this writing — is it worth it to you?
Hit play and have a listen, then share your thoughts on the Camaro MagnaFlow exhaust in the comment section down below.
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1. Any of the Borla versions. They seem the deepest.
dont care for the sound.
No thanks, what’s the point. V8 or nothing for me.
It’s so hard to get a good sound out of a 4 cylinder without raising the compression to over 12:1, -and then to try to have it get past a turbo on top of that. Brian’s probably right with going with a deeper tone Borla. But at least it doesn’t sound like a Subaru, -like Porsche’s latest attempt. Now there’s a blunder!