LSX-Powered Chevy Camaro Gets C7-Style Quad Exhaust Tips: Video14
There’s an art to making a muscle car sound good, and now, we’re getting an earful of a veritable sonic masterpiece thanks to this LSX-powered Chevy Camaro, which comes to the party rocking a custom dual exhaust system with C7 Corvette-inspired quad center tips.
Featured in a brief three-minute, 35-second video from the Exhaust Addicts YouTube page, this particular Chevy Camaro hails from the fifth generation, specifically the 2012 model year. Under the hood, this modified monster is equipped with an LSX V8, a beastly motor capable of throwing down some ludicrous power numbers.
Unfortunately, specs and details on this LSX-powered Chevy Camaro are few and far between, but we do know that it comes equipped with a brand-new exhaust system that sounds absolutely nasty. The good noise starts with new long tube headers, which feed a pair of 3-inch straight pipes terminating in a set of quad exhaust tips. The tips are routed to the center of the rear valence, which gives the rear end of this Chevy Camaro a look that’s reminiscent of the C7-generation Chevy Corvette – at least as far as the exhaust treatment is concerned.
To properly house the new quad exhaust, the owner is planning to install a new custom rear valence, but for now, the tips are clearly exposed for all to see.
Not that you’d really miss them. Later in the video, the LSX-powered Chevy Camaro gets a cold start with the new exhaust installed, roaring to life with a cacophony of internal combustion goodness. This thing is loud – as soon as the engine starts running, the video narrator has to shout to be heard over the rumbling exhaust note, even at idle. As soon as the driver dips into the throttle, well, you can guess what happens next. Hit play to hear it for yourself.
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They done went and messed up their departure angles.
It’s a little too much in my opinion. If they were more integrated and didn’t sit so low it might be a different story.
Looks really stupid.
I totally agree with the other comment
Integrated would be far better
Hanging down below doesn’t appear like it fits
Garbage, with all that people are doing with their vehicles… this is what you wrote an article about?
I have a 2013 camaro black , clean inside and out. Less then 100.000 miles and I wouldn’t change anything on it..
We also have 2013 Camaro 2WW black with the white dual stripes on hood & trunk with 48,000 miles. Wife picked it up Fall 2012 right after they changed the power steering up some. She does like the dual exhaust tips on either side on the newer Camaros.
The exhaust might sound good. I didn’t listen, I’m not digging the look though. Bring back the chambered pipe exhaust!!!!!
If you guys would have actually watched the video you would know that the owner is getting a custom made lower bumper to fit the quad tips. All these people hating but they don’t even have all of the information.
To reply to Ethan
Perhaps the pic would be better accepted once the lower bumper is complete would have been a better choice in the minds of those viewing it half done
Not bad looking but would look better with black tips.
Everyone and their “opinionated” comments!!
His car, his money, his personal taste!!
You all need to STFU trying to tell people what to do with their personal vehicles and wanting every similar car to look and be all the same or just as bland as yours…that is if you even have a similar car!! Keep your negative opinions to yourself, they’re getting tiresome!!
Here’s the deal Kevin
If your going to allow your pics posted …..
Your going to get comments and opinions
Both positive and negative
It’s called “ feedback “
If you don’t read them online
Your going to hear them in person
Nature of the beast good or bad
Welcome to ( almost ) 2021
Love it. Loud pipez save lives!