MBRP Shows Off Cat-Back Quad-Exit Exhaust For Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra: Video11
Canadian entrepreneur Martin Barkey and his aftermarket exhaust company, MBRP, have released a video highlighting the new quad-exit exhaust system it offers for the 2019+ Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500.
This cat-back exhaust system is an aftermarket replacement for the factory dual-outlet exhaust that comes standard on the 2019-to-2021 model-year Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500. This particular kit is designed to work with the naturally aspirated 5.3L L84 V8 engine and includes a three-inch cat-back pipe, along with a 2.5-inch dual-split rear pipe and four-inch quad tips with a premium-looking carbon fiber finish. It’s made of T304 stainless steel and is designed to work on the Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 in the Crew Cab, Short Box body style.
According to MBRP, this aftermarket exhaust system provides a 34 percent flow increase over the factory exhaust. The company does not say if it provides a horsepower or torque increase, but buyers can expect a moderately louder and much more defined exhaust note with this product. As an added bonus, the carbon fiber-finished quad-exit tips also give the Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 a much sportier appearance from the rear.
The 5.3L L84 V8 engine is the mid-grade power option in the 2019-to-2021 Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500, offering slightly more performance than the turbocharged 2.7L L3B I-4 base engine, but less than the naturally aspirated 6.2L L87 V8 and Duramax turbo-diesel 3.0L LM2 inline-six. The L84 is rated at 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque.
MBRP’s cat-back exhaust for the Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 is currently priced from $1,359 USD. Check out the video embedded below to hear how this exhaust sounds in action.
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LOL! “That Show duzzz sound GOOOOOOD!” That’s when you shut the radio off. The passenger says,” What are you do’n?” “We’re Listening to Pipes….Ahhhhhhhhhhh…” “I Get it.” lol..
9 out of 10 close neighbors will love you at 6am.
They’re just Jealous
For $14 bills they could have sprung for a before and after dyno testing!!!
how about a cd player other truck mfg have it that is why i bought a Ram . They brought back because of customer
demand. i would buy a chevy in a heartbeat if it had a cd player, a 30 year chevy owner
I didn’t know they did away with the CD player. That sucks. Yea, I never even looked at the 14 hundred dollar price tag. Not worth it. Especially knowing I’m going to get a speeding ticket a lot sooner with louder pipes. Hearing the exhaust reminded me of the “sixties.” A neighbor down the road, had a 65-66 Corvette with a big block with side pipes. Ohhhh what a sound! My neighbor and I would shut off our lawn mowers, just to hear that vette coming up the hill. This, reminded me of that.
My Corsa cat-back sounds so much better, and it doesn’t have the terrible drone in the cab when cruising down the interstate. It is whisper quiet!
Because two stainless tips just aren’t flashy enough for your 5.3 liter pickup truck, you need a $1,360.00 carbon fiber tipped quad exhaust to play out your Ferrari fantasies. Or is it all about the massive weight reduction? Shedding the equivalent of a roll of pennies with those fussy “exotic” tips will surely shave a tenth off quarter mile times. Pure nonsense. What’s wrong with people?
Sounds absolutely nothing like a big block, btw. Not even close.
Looks like a copy of the MagnaFlow system I have on my 2020 Silverado. I prefer my sound, but I realize people’s tastes differ.
Fourteen hundred, no thanks! I sealed the 6 cutouts on my dual pipes and blocked open the flapper valve on the muffler, sounds much better. Or visit a shop to replace the stock muffler with one of your choice, and keep the rest of the stock dual system. The money you save can help pay for Joe’s enhanced fuel price.
Have the same MBRP system on my 2018 High Country, wife hates it at 5am. I love its deep throaty sound, mine looks stock as I went with 1 exhaust tip. Wanted sound but with factory look.