The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is available with an optional Dual Mode Exhaust (option code NPP) that allows the driver to adjust the exhaust noise from the touchscreen inside the cabin. The available exhaust modes include the ultra-quiet Stealth mode, middle-of-the-ground Tour and Sport modes in addition to the most aggressive mode, Track.
Some Camaro owners may find that even keeping their car’s exhaust in Track mode does not provide enough volume, however. Not all aftermarket exhaust systems are available with exhaust baffles that work with the factory control system, either, leaving NPP-equipped Camaro owners with little choice if they want a louder exhaust and the same level of adjustability.
Now, Corsa Performance has developed a solution. The American exhaust manufacturer has developed a new exhaust system with baffles that works with NPP-equipped Chevrolet Camaro models with the 455-horsepower 6.2L LT1 V8. It also fits the Camaro ZL1, which is powered by the 650-horsepower 6.2L LT4 V8.
Corsa Performance says its new NPP exhaust system “is made from 304 stainless steel, integrates flawlessly with the stock valve actuators, and is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.” The company also promises the exhaust will retain a factory-like sound quality, claiming it delivers “a completely drone-free driving experience.”
With the baffles completely open, Corsa Performance’s NPP-equipped Chevrolet Camaro exhaust kit is 12 decibels louder than stock and helps increase airflow by 18 percent. There’s no word on a horsepower increase, but we would expect at least some sort of minor performance boost in vehicles equipped with the LT1 and LT4. This kit also works with all sixth-generation Camaro SS and ZL1 from the 2016 model year to the 2020 model year, unless it is equipped with the factory ground effects package.
Have a listen to the NPP-compatible Corsa Performance exhaust in the clip embedded below.