BORLA Performance Industries has revealed a new range of performance exhaust systems that have been designed exclusively for the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. They were designed and developed individually for all Camaro models – the Camaro 3.6L V6 and 2.0L Turbo models, as well as the models having Chevrolet Dual Mode exhaust function. BORLA had recently debuted the performance exhaust systems for the Camaro SS 6.2L V8 model.
All the systems were designed from scratch at the company’s Research and Development Center in Oxnard, California and they were manufactured in the United States at BORLA’s state-of-the-art facility in Johnson City, Tennessee. The company drew heavily upon its heritage of innovation to develop exhaust systems for all the variants of the 2016 Camaro which in addition to a striking design offer drivers enhanced performance and an exciting sound.
The addition of the new performance exhaust systems will expand the company’s range of customized performance products that were made exclusively for the 2016 Camaro. Like all BORLA products, the new 2.25” diameter exhaust systems are made by hand from aerospace-grade, T-304 stainless steel for longer life and are designed to be drone-free to reduce driver fatigue on long journeys. In fact, the company has underlined its confidence in the longevity of the systems with a Million Mile Warranty thanks to the OE-standard quality and their stainless steel construction. Customers have the option of choosing from two-tip and four-tip (Dual Mode) configurations when it comes to the oversized exhaust tips. They can also opt for a touring resonator if want to reduce sound levels.
Like the entire range of BORLA exhaust systems, those for the new Camaro mufflers can be used for a variety of applications which include two- and four-tip rear sections, a Y-pipe center section, ATAK and S-Type muffler technology, Performance and Touring mid-pipe options. Drivers can continue using the Chevrolet factory Dual Mode exhaust function with muffler options to which BORLA exhaust valves can be connected. Depending on the sound they want and their budget, drivers can choose from the option that suits them most from a wide range of configurations.
As the new exhaust systems have a less restrictive design, they offer users both increased performance and sound over the stock system. They can also be specified for models with or without the factory Dual Mode (NPP) exhaust valve function
Cars that are fitted with the Dual Mode function can opt for ATAK or S-Type mufflers which use BORLA’s own exhaust valve technology and the new BORLA mufflers allows drivers to change the noise level the car makes.
For the Camaro V6 or four-cylinder Turbo, owners can choose between the louder BORLA ATAK mufflers and the more restrained BORLA S-Type mufflers offer a more restrained exhaust note.
Owners of the 2.0L Turbo can go for a Touring Mid Pipe, a resonator that can be fitted upstream of the mufflers to attenuate the sound and provide drivers with a milder output from either muffler option.
Further option in this modular exhaust concept include a Performance Mid Pipe for the Camaro V6 and 2.0L Turbo, as well as a Performance Down Pipe for the four-cylinder car, which is strictly for competition use only.
Hamid Moaref has always been fascinated by cars and the automotive industry. His family has a longstanding association with the industry and has been in the tire business for the past 35 years. Raised in Dubai, Hamid attended Capilano University in Vancouver where he graduated with a BBA in marketing before attending an intensive course in magazine publishing in 2005. He has been the publisher and chief editor of Tires & Parts magazine for the past ten years.
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