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Flowmaster’s Force II exhaust system is dyno-proven to dramatically increase the power band, giving you more horsepower, torque, fuel economy and a nice mild tone that doesn’t draw too much attention or seem too obnoxious for your daily commute. Flowmaster, known as ‘the exhaust technology company,’ is a leading manufacturer of high performance exhaust systems and respected for design, innovation and engineering.
MAGNAFLOW PERFORMANCE EXHAUST SYSTEMS
Over the past 30 years, Magnaflow has grown as a market leader of exhaust systems, focusing on three key elements with each product they produce—quality, power and sound. Magnaflow’s Performance exhaust systems feature stainless steel construction and mandrel bent pipes, allowing for greater fuel economy and improved performance. A full-bodied exhaust note, emblematic of the brand, is achieved through the smooth, lap-joint welded body, tightly packed with acoustical fibers designed to dampen irritating pitch tones.
BORLA – PERFORMANCE STAINLESS STEEL EXHAUST SYSTEMS
Uncompromised quality and precision manufacturing is what you get in every Borla Stainless Steel Exhaust System. Borla manufactures hundreds of perfect fitting, bolt-on exhausts for a wide variety of popular pickups, SUVs, cars and exotic cars too. Borla even makes a Universal Hot Rod Kit to fabricate your own custom exhaust, perfect for those working on a custom car project on the weekends. This writer purchased a Borla exhaust for his truck way back in the 1990s and now that truck with the same Borla exhaust has been driven over 500,000 miles with no trouble at all. The Borla exhaust still looks great and sounds fantastic after many years and many miles of use. A Borla exhaust does cost a little more than most of the competitor’s exhausts but for that extra investment you get Borla’s signature sound and peace-of-mind knowing that you purchased a quality exhaust that will outlive most other exhaust brands as well as Borla’s Million Mile Warranty to back you up. Alex Borla’s well-engineered exhausts have exceeded the expectations of car, truck and off-road buffs as well as the professional motorsports community since 1978. Mr. Borla started his company with one single purpose, to engineer the best exhaust systems on the market. Borla’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Tennessee uses high tech computer based CNC manufacturing tooling and equipment and employs America’s finest metal workers. Borla goes the extra distance to provide you with the highest quality, best fitting and nicest sounding exhaust for your driving enjoyment.
MBRP – PRO SERIES EXHAUST SYSTEMS
When you bolt on a MBRP PRO Series Exhaust to your ride, you can expect an average 5 to 10 percent gain in horsepower and torque. An MBRP Exhaust evacuates exhaust gasses quickly so you can expect a reduction in exhaust gas temps on some vehicles as much as 200 degrees Fahrenheit lower! Engineers at MBRP also worked overtime to perfect a deeper than stock exhaust tone that will satisfy your ears without annoying your neighbors. MBRP opened their doors for business almost 20 years ago and growth has been explosive since then thanks to a staff of pickup, car, off road and racing fanatics who seek to make your vehicles perform and sound better. MBRP is well known for making some of the finest exhausts for diesel pickups available anywhere and also manufactures a wide selection of performance exhausts for gas powered vehicles as well. All exhaust systems from MBRP are guaranteed to fit right the first time and MBRP also has excellent customer service to help answer any questions during your installation by just dialing a toll-free number.
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There are several types of an exhaust system that can increase your Chevrolet Corvette's performance. First off, there's the turbo-back exhaust system. This type of system provides lesser air flow restriction, as it includes a replacement of your stock catalytic converter. The other one is called a cat-back system. This type of system releases exhaust gases through a larger diameter pipe to achieve minimum "back pressure." A sign that your current exhaust system is already malfunctioning is a loud, chopper-like noise coming from the muffler. Another is the decrease in your car's acceleration. Never let it reach to a critical point where exhaust fumes can already be smelled inside your car. Before any of these happen, replace the malfunctioning exhaust system immediately.
Before purchasing an aftermarket exhaust system for a Chevrolet Corvette, how can the right size of exhaust pipes be determined? Answer: There is no exact way for determining the right size of exhaust pipes for an aftermarket exhaust system because it will depend on how the exhaust system was designed. Despite of that, a good factor in choosing the right size of an exhaust pipe is by determining the power the engine produces. If the engine produces 250 to 350 horsepower, then a 3 to 3.5 inch pipe is a suitable choice. For a 400 to 500-horsepower engine, a 4 inch pipe is the right fit.
How can a new exhaust system on the Chevrolet Corvette increase the car's sound and improve its performance? Answer: An exhaust system that has wide tail pipes and free-flowing mufflers can reduce back-pressure and increase the performance of the car because it allows the exhaust fumes to exit faster. The Corvette can achieve a "muscle car" roar with the help of a tip modification on the muffler. It can increase the sound greatly and it can even help with fuel efficiency. It is also inexpensive and can be installed easily.
If the exhaust pipe on a Chevrolet Corvette needs to be cut for the gas tank to be removed, what is the best way to put the pipe back in the exhaust system? Answer: A clamp with the right size or diameter should be able to hold the pipe well. It should be stainless steel or the same material used for the other clamps. There's also an option of a coupling joint which is also an affordable solution. Another way is to put the pipe back by welding it. This one will consume time and effort, but it will definitely hold the exhaust pipe very well. Or, the cut portion of the pipe can be wrapped with fiberglass, and sealed with bolt threads.