Anyone looking to get a few more ponies and some aggressive decibel levels out of their sixth-gen Chevrolet Camaro can turn to Corsa Performance and its new Xtreme+ Sound Level exhaust system. The fresh pipes increase flow rate by four percent and save five pounds compared to the factory system, all while uttering some head-turning combustion noise out the back.
The pipes go from three to 2.75 inches and are made from premium stainless steel. The system terminates with a quartet of four-inch tips, which are offered in either a polished finish, or a black finish. Installation is a bolt-on affair, so don’t worry about breaking out the welder. The system also comes with a lifetime warranty.
Fitment is intended for 2016 through 2020 Chevrolet Camaro SS models and 2017 through 2020 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 models equipped with a 6.2L V8 engine. Corsa says the system does not contain Active Fuel Management valves, and that vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission require tuning out AFM. The manufacturer also notes that the exhaust won’t fit inside the factory ground effects kit for 2019 and newer vehicles.
While more sound and a few extra horsepower sounds like a good combo to us, Corsa specifies the new Chevrolet Camaro exhaust system as intended for race use only, and is not legal for sale or installation on licensed vehicles in California. Just in case you were wondering.
Check out the new system in action in the quick 48-second video below, which shows off with an engine start, idle, some revs, and a quick acceleration run. Indeed, the system sounds quite nice, and the larger quad set of tips look good as well.
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Source: Corsa Performance