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Borla Exhaust System for 2016 Camaro SS

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We have video proof that the 2016 Camaro SS with the factory Dual Mode exhaust system is one of the best sounding cars the Americans have ever made. But there are those who absolutely have to go aftermarket with their exhausts, and for this group Borla has launched a new system which they say improves not just the sound, but also power output and styling of the car.

Right now Borla’s sport exhaust system is only available for the 2016 Camaro SS with the 6.2L LT1 V8 engine, with the factory Dual Mode exhaust and four-tip tailpipes, as well as stock two-tip, non-Dual Mode configurations. Similar systems are in development for V6 and four-cylinder turbo models.

Now, when it comes to sport exhaust it is very easy to judge if they have been a success of a failure simply by listening to them. So let’s do just that before delving into the technicalities and see what exactly makes Borla exhaust for the Camaro SS a must-have for the aftermarket enthusiasts:

So as you noticed the Borla system for 2016 Camaro SS comes with two ATAK and S-Type rear-section mufflers, both featuring 2.75” diameter tubing manufactured from T-304 stainless steel. Even the mid-pipe in this system, whose job is just to eliminate any restrictions in the flow, has some fancy features to work with the car’s Dual Mode system and Active Fuel Management.

Needless to say, Borla’s system also comes with a sophisticated valve technology so you have some sort of control over the volume of the sound it emits. But make no mistake, this is one loud ass exhaust system with the “most aggressive” stree-legal noise.

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