2010-2014 Chevy Camaro Muffler Delete Exhaust System
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2010-2014 Chevy Camaro
muffler delete system, features 3" muffler deletes and mirror-polished 4"
tips, with double-wall, conical construction. Comes complete with hangers,
and requires minimal fabrication (a simple cut of factory Exhaust tubing near factory mufflers).
Stainless Works performance Exhausts
and headers are proudly made in the USA and come with a lifetime warranty.
Order online at http://www.stainlessworks.net or call toll free
Music: Kevin MacLeod
V6 Camaro GM Performance Exhaust Upgrade
Video of me installing the GM axle back performance Exhaust upgrade on my new 2013 V6 Camaro 2LT/RS with manual
transmission, real easy install, not much louder then stock but much better
overall sound and look. Hope this helps you guys out there thinking about
getting these for your own ride... Enjoy!
Camaro Exhaust Comparisons
We compared custom performance Exhaust
options for this 2011 Chevy Camaro.
There's some background noise because we've got to keep the shop going and
keep our customers happy!
The car: 2011 Camaro
First, you'll hear:
- Stock CamaroExhaust
- Wide open (no Exhaust)
- Glass Packs with resonator
- Flowmaster with resonator
- MAGNAFLOW "Bullet" with resonator
then, you'll hear...
- Glass Packs with X-pipe (no resonator)
- Flowmaster with X-pipe (no resonator)
- MAGNAFLOW "Bullet" with X-pipe (no resonator)
The summary of Tommy's Camaro's Exhaust System as described in the video:
- Stainless tips
- MAGNAFLOW Bullet Mufflers
- Heavy duty hangers
- Stainless Steel Elbows
- X-Pipe (replaced over-sized resonator)
This "cat back" combination is being offered as a limited time special
deal. Learn more here: http://ripleysmufflerandbrakes.com/Camaro-Exhaust.htm
Any Custom Exhaust for the Sound You
Ripley's offers performance Exhausts
(and stock mufflers) to put together any sound combination you want.
Learn more about performance mufflers from Ripley's Muffler and Brakes
Or call 281-444-3885
2014 Camaro SS Street Demon Custom exhaust by Kinney's Muffler Shop
The legacy of the Street Demon custom Exhaust continues. Chevrolet restyled the Camaro to be a bit more
refined and clean. We just kept doing what we've been doing here at
Kinney's by bulding the perfect performance Exhaust system for this car! At the very heart
of this ultimate sounding system is our Kinney's exclusive Street Demon
performance mufflers. These unique strait through mufflers bring out a
smooth yet crisp roar that is like no other sound around. We start off our
good looking system with a hydroformed "X" pipe which precisely balances
and tunes the Exhaust for perfect
torque and horsepower delivery.
Finishing out the system we offer many beautiful choices of tips and our
customer made a good call. Our very own "Elite" black powder coat tips were
just the ticket. Kinney's has one of the largest selections of chrome and
stainless steel tips to choose from not to mention our very own line up of
custom built and Elite powdercoated versions! The final results of our
Street Demon system is a distinctive look and sound outside without an
overbearing tone inside. Expect horsepower gains of between
13-15 while turning heads with the deep and aggressive tone. Kinney's
requires your vehicle in house to produce the precise results we are known
for and does not "build to ship" our unique systems so call to schedule
your Camaro today!!
Visit our fantastic website to see why we are one of the countries most
respected and popular performance Exhaust centers @ www.kinneysmufflershop.com Be
sure to "like-us" on facebook to see weekly project completion photo's
promotions and more! We are the only Exhaust center in the country that you can SEE
it, and HEAR it, before you BUY it! Doing Exhaust the right way since 1978.
1986 Camaro True Duals In-Depth
1986 Camaro True Dual
Exhaust - 350 5.7L
This video demonstrates how my true dual Exhaust is set up on the car. There are 2 Dynomax bullets with
chrome tips in the rear. Both pipes run next to eachother near the stock
location of the Exhaust. They then
run into a Magnaflow crossover. After that, I had elbows welded to the
collectors of the Hooker Shorty headers and pipes welded as well. There
are no Exhaust leaks.
If anyone can tell me how to hook up the transmission temperature gauge to
the T-5 transmission, that would be a big help. I just haven't gotten the
motivation to look into it yet.