2009 Corvette ZO6
Open - start
Closed - start
Closed - idle
Open - idle (at ~0:45)
I am sick of all the Exhaust videos on youtube where the camera is placed on the ground, about a foot from the Exhaust. When was the last time you laid flat on the ground to listen to someone's Exhaust? Not only the ridiculousness of that, but also that the sound overwhelms the stock microphone, leading to audio that is more or less just really loud hissing.
This isn't the best audio clip on the web, as it was taken with the stock microphone in a canon 7D, but it should give a pretty good idea of what the car sounds like stock versus pulling the fuse (a la Mild 2 Wild).
Filmed on a Canon 7D
Pull the Fuse on your C6 Corvette's Dual Mode Exhaust
Since the introduction of the dual mode Exhaust on Corvettes back in 2006, owners have
been doing this very simple mod to keep the NPP's butterfly valves open so
they can enjoy that deep Exhaust
rumble all the time. Since it's such a popular and easy mod to do, we
though we would make a quick video about the fuse and then give you a
couple of before and after sounds so you hear the difference.
C6 Z06 Corvette - Lingenfelter at Idle (Corsa Exhaust)
C6 Corvette Z06 with Lingenfelter 630 HP Package.
- Engine removal & removal of intake manifold, cylinder heads, camshaft
- Lingenfelter CNC porting & polishing of cylinder heads for optimal flow
- Lingenfelter multi-angle valve job & surfacing for 11.5:1 compression
- Ferrea high performance dual valve springs, titanium retainers & valve
- Lingenfelter ZO6 GT19 camshaft by Competition Cams
- Lingenfelter High Flow C6 ZO6 Air Induction & 4" diameter Lingenfelter
Mass Air Sensor
- Port Matched LS7 intake manifold
- Ported and polished LS7 throttle body
- GM Head gaskets & head bolts
- Corsa Corvette C6 ZO6 Quad 3.5 Pro Series Tips 3 Axle Back Exhaust System
- American Racing Long Tube Headers 2006-2010 C6 ZO6 Corvette
- 160 degree thermostat
- Professional engine assembly and degreeing of camshaft.
- Professional engine installation, testing & tuning
Dyno'd at 552 RWHP
(with a 24% penalty - it was in the low 60's when Dyno'd).
I had only tapped the gas and did not REV it above 1500 RPM. This car is
much louder in person. :) This video was made to show the sound of the
idle. Will work on posting a quick take off video.
(MUST WATCH IN 720p HD for best Sound and Video)
ZR1 Vette vs Jet! - Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Races A U.S. Navy Fighter Jet
MT Editor at Large Arthur St. Antoine pits Chevy's awesome "Blue Devil" --
the Corvette ZR1 -- against its toughest adversary yet: a Blue Angels
F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet.
Shot By: Jim Gleason & Terren Lin
Edited By: Jim Gleason
Read the story here:
Corvette Z06 0-190 MPH
Its a 2006 Corvette Z06 on a air base going 0-190. Not me driving, wasnt
there. from motor trend.
2010 Corvette Grand Sport
This is our brand new 2010 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible. It has the
basic LS3 in it, but has the suspension, handling, body style and brakes as
the Z06. Active launch control and the Dual mode Exhaust round out this beast of a car. We also
have the "Mild2Wild" Electric Exhaust
control, which enables you to open and close the Exhaust at will. ENJOY!
Subaru STI X-Force Varex butterfly valve muffler
/!\ this is on a friends car, not mine. I can't answer any raised
questions. sorry! /!\
A Subaru WRX STI with the X-Force Varex Sports muffler, a Look over how it
works and a quick demo of the sounds, It's not broken in yet.
QTP Corvette Screamer Twintronic Exhaust System
Quick Time Performance C6 Corvette Screamer Twintronic Exhaust System.
The Screamer. A dual mode muffler with a single inlet to a dual outlet. One
outlet is a straight pipe with a valve at the end. When the valve is open
you get the loud and free flowing Exhaust system. Close the valve and the Exhaust gases are diverted through the muffled
section to get the quiet mild manner sound.
The Screamer is the only Exhaust
system that you can control from the driver seat. Go from Quiet to Riot in
QTP Tri Y Headers, Stock X Pipe, Screamer Axle Back, Cartek 3X Cam, and KN
For more info go to: