View Full Version : has any one tried exhaust like this on there mc ss


Most Hated
08-12-2012, 09:45 PM
a friend of mine used to have a camaro with this exhaust one side has like a stright pipe and the other has the muffler and it has a bad ass tone was woundering if any one tried something like this on my mc ss

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41xbkctiOzL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHYfte0YjvI

but since the muffler dont fit like the camaro i was thinking something like this

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd514/rIodealprez2/exhaust.jpg

what are yalls opinions on this

Barnett92
08-12-2012, 09:57 PM
From what I understand about exhaust (which isnt much lol) I would think that would make 2 different tones in exhaust sound. Maybe you could get a similar muffler with one inlet and two outlet??

Most Hated
08-12-2012, 10:03 PM
the camaro is like that and makes an awsome tone

MasterTomos
08-13-2012, 12:03 AM
The exhaust will primarily go the path of least resistance, ie, the side without the bend/muffler.

The reason borla has the exhaust like that is because it's "adjustable"-it has plates the owners can put in (on the passenger side tail pipe)

This is so the owner can choose between a quieter tone that goes completely through the muffler, or a straight pipe setup with just changing out a plate, or they can add a little resistance with another plate (with a small hole in it) to have an "in-between" sound.

Also, borla is directly compatible with QTP electric cutouts. An owner can put in an electric cutout in the passenger side tail pipe (bolts right in) and from the flip off a switch inside the car, you can go from completely quiet/muffled to straight-pipe in seconds.

So, unless you go the electric cutout route, it'd be a waste of time IMO to not just go with a complete muffler setup.

Most Hated
08-13-2012, 09:04 PM
The exhaust will primarily go the path of least resistance, ie, the side without the bend/muffler.

The reason borla has the exhaust like that is because it's "adjustable"-it has plates the owners can put in (on the passenger side tail pipe)

This is so the owner can choose between a quieter tone that goes completely through the muffler, or a straight pipe setup with just changing out a plate, or they can add a little resistance with another plate (with a small hole in it) to have an "in-between" sound.

Also, borla is directly compatible with QTP electric cutouts. An owner can put in an electric cutout in the passenger side tail pipe (bolts right in) and from the flip off a switch inside the car, you can go from completely quiet/muffled to straight-pipe in seconds.

So, unless you go the electric cutout route, it'd be a waste of time IMO to not just go with a complete muffler setup.

i iv been seeing ppl on youtube with no plate at all and it sounds bad ass i tryed it today and it was a fail it sounded horable nothing like the camaros , i have no idea why mabe the tips or that type of borla the camaros have idk so i added another borla

MillerMonteSS
08-14-2012, 04:03 AM
I think that they are going for the chord effect that you get when playing two or more notes that compliment each other at the same time.

Most Hated
08-15-2012, 10:00 PM
I think that they are going for the chord effect that you get when playing two or more notes that compliment each other at the same time.

thats the same thing im thinking but didnt work for the monte carlo :(

heavyft
08-17-2012, 02:48 PM
harmonic resonance. If the two aren't in tune they will sound as horrible as a non autotuned Katy Perry!

Z28 Autobot
08-17-2012, 09:01 PM
Your not going to sound the way a Camaro sounds. Thats just a fact. It is an LS motor but its a truck motor. If you want that sound just get an electric cutout from the axle back..best bang for the buck..
and will do what your asking basically.

baltsk8er69
08-17-2012, 09:29 PM
It's not a truck motor.