Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'exhuast'.
I have a 2021 6.2 Chevy Silverado, and just did a muffler and flapper delete. Sounds amazing but is way to loud on the highway and drones way too much for me. I am wanting to put a muffler back on but I want one that is as loud as I can get with no drone. I was looking at the Flowmaster 50 Delta Flow, the 40 series delta flow, or a Magnaflow 22 inch muffler... I am wondering the pros and cons of all of these, if they drone, and how loud they really are. I have watched a bunch of Youtube videos on them and they just don't do a justice for how loud the drone is. If you guys have any other suggestions for what to put on there I am open! Thank you!
Anyone else out there waiting for Corsa to get their cat back out for our 2019 6.2's with CC and standard bed? I'm hoping it will be out soon. Kind of disappointed that they don't have it out yet. I know the standard bed hasn't been out very long, only 3 months. I wish I lived closer to them, they could have used my truck as a test bed for the new exhaust. But a 10hr drive is just a bit to far away. It will be interesting to hear the difference between the GM performance exhaust, Borla, Flowmaster and Corsa.
Pointing out that the exhaust heat makes up about 60% of the total energy generated from gasoline in a vehicle, the new system being studied would take back five to 10 percent of that energy for use in the vehicle. Alex Borla, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Borla, commented on the idea, saying, “Our customers count on us to deliver the highest quality exhaust products while also helping them manage their most pressing challenges for the Class 8 truck fleet operator, and that’s fuel efficiency. As we expand into new markets, it’s our vision to combine Borla’s state-of-the-art exhaust and filtration technologies with thermoelectrics, and Alphabet Energy is the ideal partner to fulfill this vision.” If the technology proves successful in large vehicles it could later be scaled to fit light trucks. Read more about how the technology works now at this link.