Ok, thx for replyin. Thats what I was afraid of. I was lookin at one car that has this done and they were sayin he picked up a lil power but i dunno. I have done extensive dyno testing on my race car and it usually made more power with mufflers than straight headers..
Not a bad idea, but I was tryin to keep the cost down plus Im not crazy about the look of the stock mufflers. I just stumbled across a chambered exhaust from Stainless Works, its almost identical to the factory chambered exhaust I had on my 67 RS/SS...Decisions, Decisions....
I already pitched my stock mufflers and headers...so I defintely know what you mean. I spent more than I should have...and that being said...I wouldn't change a thing...and I'm still paying the bill.
The cut-outs are worth a little sacrifice...I promise!
This is mine on the dyno , I have the SLP Loudmouth (muffler delete), it put down 373 at rear wheels. I personally love the sound. I think it had a whole different feel after the muffler delete, almost as if the powerband changed....Its not the greatest video, if I find more I'll let you know.
I had mine cut out and straight pipes welded in place...there is no loss of HP at all doing this. The sound is another thing altogether, some love it, some hate it. Electric cut outs aren't cheap by any means plus the install is a bit involved ($)... My set up was 200 out the door :thumbsup:
I thought the same thing, sounds cool, I can save some $$$ , right.
After only 3 days I could not stand it any longer. It sounded like my old cutlass after the muffler fell off. Sure it sounds good when you are gettin on it but you gotta slow down sooner or later and the decel popping drove me nuts. Any type of muffler will sound better than none at all. We drive a classy, hot car it should sound that way. I went with MBRP 3" stainless cat back. Good luck! Let us hear what you end up with!
Normally yes if the mufflers were in the first few feet or in the middle of the exhaust stream, but seeing that they are towards the end, the amount of surface area of piping the the exhaust is traveling through has already recognized the "needed" back pressure, so probably very small loss if any.
Hello dear, I would like to ask how to replace the bad valve lifter on the Camaro 2012 L99 8V. I have heard the tickle noise when engine run.. I heave recorded the voice for sure and check. I think it is some broken valve lifter.
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I have a 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L LS3 Manual Trans 129xxx... bone stock nothing done on it at all... I've done some research and all the info i can find is to check wires for cut or exposed wires, bad connectors, bad throttle body, gas pedal... Well I did check all that, I did find the wires...
Gaining Horsepower By Pulling the Fuses In A Late Model Camaro
If you are new to owning a 2010 or 2011 Camaro equipped with the L99 or LS3 V8 engine, then you may not be aware of a simple trick that could unleash a few extra horsepower.
There are two specific spark timing tables housed in the...
I have the 2013 2SS RS auto with the LS3 and I am trying to keep it a daily driver but I want it at mid to high 600's on RWHP and someone had said you can do this without a supercharger which I would love to do if anyone can guide me in the right direction thank you.
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