Designed for fourth-generation Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups with the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, the new AWE 0FG exhaust includes a dual cat-back design with 3-inch piping. The design includes a new H-pipe for a “deep, refined V8 muscle tone,” and also features the tuner’s patented 180 Technology drone-canceling solution.
The 0FG exhaust is made using CNC mandrel-bent tubing, with U.S.-sourced .065-inch thick T304L stainless steel.
The pipes terminate in a quartet of 4-inch, double-walled, slash-cut tips, which are available in either a chrome silver finish or diamond black finish. The tip outlets feature ball and socket joints for a clean installation in the bumper cutouts. The exhaust also includes an adapter for 156.95-inch wheelbases, and the system includes AWE’s Perfect Fitment Guarantee, as well as a “No CEL Guarantee” and a lifetime warranty.
Per AWE’s website, pricing for the new Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 0FG exhaust starts at $2,195 for systems with chrome silver tips, while a system with Diamond Black tips is $2,295.
To note, the L87 gasoline engine in the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra is rated from the factory at 420 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm. No word from AWE on potential horsepower or torque gains with the new performance exhaust installed.
Check out the system in action below. Equipped on a Chevy Silverado, AWE demonstrates what the new 0FG exhaust sounds like on start and while revving, as well as under heavy acceleration. Finally, the demonstration video lets us hear the system from inside the cabin when cruising at 60 mph. Check it out: