CORSA Announces The Release Of Their 2012-13 Camaro ZL1 Exhaust
For those who think that 580 HP from the Camaro ZL1’s LSA just isn’t enough, we have good news for you. CORSA Performance has just released this sexy, stainless steel, low-restriction exhaust system intended for the 2012-13 ZL1. More horsepower, torque, and a substantially increased soundtrack is the name of the game for this kit.
CORSA Annonces High Performance Exhaust System For 2012-2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
The new Camaro ZL1 exhaust system features CORSA’s exclusive Reflective Sound Cancellation (RSC) technology, which gives Camaro owners an aggressive performance sound without the annoying drone while cruising. Its straight-through, nonrestrictive 3-inch diameter design increases airflow up to 50% over stock, enhancing performance and fuel economy. The exhaust system also includes CORSA’s engineered XO-Style Crossover Pipe for improved air flow and sound.
To hear the CORSA Camaro ZL1 exhaust system, visit their YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsRloIY1mjc CORSA offers the dual rear exit Camaro ZL1 exhaust system with sleek Twin 4″ Pro-Series Tips in either Polished (part #14971) or custom Diamond Black finish (part #14971BLK). The exhaust tips are manufactured from high-quality, 304L polished stainless steel, feature double-wall construction, and are laser etched with the CORSA logo.
The exhaust systems are crafted in the United States from premium stainless steel. Complete installation hardware and instructions are included with the systems, which can be purchased direct from CORSA Performance, your local dealer and through select retailers/distributors nationwide. A Limited Lifetime Warranty protects the exhaust system for as long as you own your vehicle.
- Includes CORSA’s engineered XO-Style Crossover Pipe for improved air flow and sound
- Gives Camaro owners an aggressive performance sound without the annoying drone while cruising
- Nonrestrictive 3-inch diameter design increases airflow up to 50% over stock, enhancing performance and fuel economy