Chevy Silverado customers looking to add some extra style and sound to their light-duty pickup truck can do exactly that with the new HoleShot exhaust system on offer from Vance and Hines.
Also known for developing a range of products for motorcycles, Vance and Hines is now dipping into the pickup market with this new series of cat-back exhaust systems. Offered for the 2019 through 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500, Vance and Hines’ HoleShot exhaust takes inspiration from popular Vance and Hines designs of the past, featuring the Twin Slash cut exhaust tip, which incorporates dual outlets (four tips total) with concentric tubes and branding engraved on the topside of the tips. Alternatively, customers can opt for the Eliminator tip design, with a dual outlet and rifled barreling, plus branding engravings as well.
Both designs replace the factory components behind the catalytic converter while retaining all the factory Chevy Silverado emissions control equipment, providing not only an enhanced aesthetic, but a deeper, more-aggressive tone to boot. According to Vance and Hines, the turbo-chambered muffler design also helps to eliminate any potential exhaust drone in the cabin of the Chevy Silverado.
Further details include four-inch sizing for the tips, with the Twin Slash design offered in a mirror finish, and the Eliminator design offered in a black-out finish. The new exhaust system will fit Chevy Silverado Crew Cab / Short Box models equipped with a V8 engine.
Each exhaust system is produced from high-grade 304 stainless steel with CNC mandrel bending for maximum flow. The HoleShot exhaust system was developed at Vance and Hines’ headquarters in Santa Fe Springs, California, and each system is manufactured on-site as well.
Pricing for the new Vance and Hines HoleShot exhaust for the Chevy Silverado starts at $1,699.99, and ranges up to $1,999.99. The systems make their formal in-the-metal debut at the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas this week.
Check out the system in action in the video below: