So, you’re finally ready to drop an aftermarket performance exhaust system in your car, excellent! But, where do you start looking and what brands have proven themselves to be worth every penny? There’s nothing like adding a modification to your precious baby and loving every minute of its performance for the next several years. There is also nothing worse than making a modification to your car and it not working or falling apart over time. Nothing worse at all. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you’re in the market for a new performance exhaust system. Let’s start with reputations first. Read more
In Callaway’s case, that means improving on the already excellent Vette. Some of these improvements are focused on comfort – like some incredibly comfortable new seats – but Callaway is also focused on performance.
The problem is, it’s hard to improve upon the performance of the already capable Corvette. It’s especially difficult to improve the exhaust system – which is probably why Car and Driver gave the latest generation Callaway Corvette exhaust system a bad review: Read more
New Product: DynoMax Exhaust System for 2008+ Ford Super Duty
Diesel pickup trucks can benefit a lot from exhaust systems. Part of the reason is that big diesel pickups rely upon turbochargers, and turbochargers spool up quicker when they’re attached to a low-restriction exhaust system.
Another reason that diesels benefit so much from exhaust system upgrades is that they make a lot of exhaust – especially when they’re tuned up with a computer chip or a Banks PowerPack. If you own a 2008-2010 Ford SuperDuty F250 or F350 with a diesel, you want to look into a new exhaust system.
But what if you own a Super Duty with a 5.4L V8 or 6.8L V10? Read more
Recommended Reading: Mopar Launches Ram Runner Kits for Ram 1500
Everyone knows about the Ford F150 SVT Raptor – arguably one of the coolest production trucks ever made. It’s a dedicated off-road truck that’s available to regular old consumers like you and me for a reasonably fair price (figure $35k – $45k).
While there’s probably only room for one truck manufacturer to build a dedicated off-road package, that doesn’t mean that Ram 1500 owners can’t get in on the action. Mopar – Chrysler’s dedicated vehicle accessories division – is offering something called a “Ram Runner” kit for late-model Rams that includes a massive long-travel suspension upgrade, a slew of suspension enhancements, wheels and tires, etc.
However, one thing that Mopar doesn’t include in the Ram Runner kit is an upgraded exhaust system. Read more