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southerncarparts 05-01-2012 03:45 PM

Camaro NPP Exhaust Controller - Mild to Wild Exhaust on Demand Control now on sale
 
If you're one of the lucky ones who has a gorgeous new ZL1 sitting in your garage, I've got one of the first must-own mods for you. The Mild to Wild Exhaust On Demand Controller for the Camaro ZL1 and NPP Outfitted Camaro SS provides user control over the exhaust's bi-modal functionality to the driver.

Stock, the Bi-Modal system opens and closes its valves based on RPM numbers and driver aggressiveness, which means that sometimes the exhaust tone is choked down when you might not want for it to be. By installing a Mild to Wild fuse control, you'll gain complete control over when those valves are open, and your exhaust system is at a full roar. This is great for starting the vehicle up at car shows and drive-ins, and for driving on a nice weekend day when you want to hear the full beauty of the vehicle's capable exhaust notes.

The Mild2Wild Camaro ZL1 Wireless Exhaust Controller is the only FCC approved exhaust controller and works on all Camaro ZL1’s and NPP outfitted 2013 and newer Camaro SS's. Developed with the help of GM engineers, the Mild2Wild Remote Exhaust control allows you to be in total control of your exhaust system allowing you to unleash the bi-mode exhaust at any time, so you can have full sound & power, even at idle! You will think you installed a new exhaust system, with the deep rich sound at any RPM it provides--just like it should be.

https://www.southerncarparts.com/ima...0to%20Wild.jpg

A key feature on the Camaro ZL1 is that you can even program you homelink universal garage opener to control the exhaust (so while driving opening and closing the exhaust is just a button press away) and still have the wireless remotes so you can show off the exhaust to your friends while standing in the back of the car with just a touch of a button on the mini wireless fobs, 5 minute plug and play.

Operation: Once installed, you will have 2 settings, “ON” factory operation, exhaust will operate as it did prior to installing mild2wild. “OFF” The system will remain 100% open until you close it with a press of you homelink buttons.
Comes with 2 remote controllers. Instructions included.

• The Mild2Wild Camaro ZL1 Wireless Exhaust Controller is the only FCC approved exhaust controller and works on all Camaro ZL1’s, developed with the help of GM engineers.
• The only controller certified by the Corvette museum and installed on museum delivery cars
• The only controller certified by and installed by GM dealers
• Used by Jay Leno (has been given a video spot on Jay's Garage) and Scott Dixon (2008 Indy 500 Winner)
• The original sold since 2006 and in operation on thousands of Corvettes, now available for the Camaro SS and Camaro ZL1

Swing by our website and check out the Camaro Mild to Wild Exhaust Controller page for more video and images. Please feel free to ask us any questions about this exhaust controller that you may have, also.

Thanks,
Matt :thumbsup:

FSTORG5 05-02-2012 07:40 AM

As unoffically the first to install M2W on a ZL1 I can say the product works exactly as described. It is a true 5 minute install. What I like the best is the homelink control and the fact that it stays in the mode you select until you change it. Mine is open unless I have someone with me on a longer trip.

The flow must be almost 100% to the straight through outside exits when open, because my inside tips stay clean. So you will be able to tell Z owners who have a controller or have pulled the fuse!

southerncarparts 05-03-2012 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by FSTORG5 (Post 4898877)
As unoffically the first to install M2W on a ZL1 I can say the product works exactly as described. It is a true 5 minute install. What I like the best is the homelink control and the fact that it stays in the mode you select until you change it. Mine is open unless I have someone with me on a longer trip.

The flow must be almost 100% to the straight through outside exits when open, because my inside tips stay clean. So you will be able to tell Z owners who have a controller or have pulled the fuse!

First off, big time congrats on not only being one of the first to install a M2W, but also on being one of the first to have a ZL1. I've got some serious envy over here. Secondly, thanks for the good words. This is such a simple and brilliant product, we know that the Camaro public is going to love it as more and more Camaros are hitting the roads with the NPP exhaust option.

Thanks for the business,
Matt :thumbsup:

jeffgtx 08-07-2012 10:01 PM

Do you have the npp in a box kit on sale too or just this version?

tonyfred 08-08-2012 08:44 AM

One thing to note...the directions that come with the Mild2Wild unit state that the blue wire is the ground wire. That is incorrect. The black wires (2 tied together) are the grounds. The blue wire is the antenna to the unit. The instructions should be corrected.
Other than that, the unit is a breeze to install and works great.

southerncarparts 08-09-2012 08:32 AM

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Originally Posted by jeffgtx (Post 5408447)
Do you have the npp in a box kit on sale too or just this version?

We do sell the NPP In a Box Exhaust Kit on our website.

Thanks,
Matt :thumbsup:

southerncarparts 08-09-2012 08:32 AM

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Originally Posted by tonyfred (Post 5409897)
One thing to note...the directions that come with the Mild2Wild unit state that the blue wire is the ground wire. That is incorrect. The black wires (2 tied together) are the grounds. The blue wire is the antenna to the unit. The instructions should be corrected.
Other than that, the unit is a breeze to install and works great.

Thanks for the heads up on this. I'll inform the manufacturer today and hopefully he'll change the instructions!

Thanks,
Matt :thumbsup:

Ehmsea 10-15-2012 04:34 PM

This is an exciting new product; however, it should be noted that it will NOT change the sound of an NPP equipt Camaro at idle. The dual Mode exhaust is already open at idle. This will primarily change the sound between 1000 and 3500 RPMs when the valve is usually closed (unless throttle is > 25%; I believe).

Still, I will put this on my list of upgrades to consider.

southerncarparts 10-16-2012 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Ehmsea (Post 5697221)
This is an exciting new product; however, it should be noted that it will NOT change the sound of an NPP equipt Camaro at idle. The dual Mode exhaust is already open at idle. This will primarily change the sound between 1000 and 3500 RPMs when the valve is usually closed (unless throttle is > 25%; I believe).

Still, I will put this on my list of upgrades to consider.

Good catch! Originally wrote the copy for this before we knew the Camaro ZL1 NPP Exhaust would function slightly differently from the Corvette one. Thanks for the heads up!

Thanks,
Matt :thumbsup:

Lio Martinez 12-06-2012 01:01 AM

How much ?

tramtwo 12-06-2012 01:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Lio Martinez (Post 5884801)
How much ?

Click the link. Sponsors don't/can't talk pricing in threads outside of the marketplace and many don't openly inside. :D

DuskSS 03-18-2013 01:02 PM

Is there anyway to FORCE it closed all the time for that "sleeper effect" or when you want to hide a cam a little more?

would love a forced closed mode for late nights and when you are in a neighborhood where loud cars might not be welcomed.

I have the 2013 2SS Dusk that had the NPP as well.
I have my fuse pulled but the car is fixen to be about 200% louder with a cam high flow cats and LTs.

so a way to make it super quiet when wanted would rule.

southerncarparts 03-22-2013 12:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DuskSS (Post 6300932)
Is there anyway to FORCE it closed all the time for that "sleeper effect" or when you want to hide a cam a little more?

would love a forced closed mode for late nights and when you are in a neighborhood where loud cars might not be welcomed.

I have the 2013 2SS Dusk that had the NPP as well.
I have my fuse pulled but the car is fixen to be about 200% louder with a cam high flow cats and LTs.

so a way to make it super quiet when wanted would rule.

There's no way that I know of, but I've mentioned this suggestion to the manufacturer before so possibly we'll see a new development in the future.

Thanks,
Dave

Nick821 05-14-2013 04:06 PM

I have the opportunity to locally purchase a NPP complete catback from a 2013 SS. I have a 2013 SS Auto Convert. Can I make this work with one your kits?

southerncarparts 08-28-2013 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Nick821 (Post 6543479)
I have the opportunity to locally purchase a NPP complete catback from a 2013 SS. I have a 2013 SS Auto Convert. Can I make this work with one your kits?

Sorry, I missed this question. Yes, please PM me if you are still interested and I'll get you the info. Thank you!

phk36 10-05-2013 03:09 PM

Does any one know if you can buy the whole npp exhaust system after market or from your dealer ?
Also can you install this on any ss car or is there some kind of special hook up for the valve ? Thanks, Pete

southerncarparts 10-13-2013 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phk36 (Post 7066282)
Does any one know if you can buy the whole npp exhaust system after market or from your dealer ?
Also can you install this on any ss car or is there some kind of special hook up for the valve ? Thanks, Pete

Yes you can, you'd need our NPP in a box kit as we'll, about $179.

phk36 10-13-2013 10:16 PM

Thank you , Sc this unit also has the mild to wild built in and can I program it in to one of the garage opener buttons ?

southerncarparts 11-17-2013 03:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phk36 (Post 7090552)
Thank you , Sc this unit also has the mild to wild built in and can I program it in to one of the garage opener buttons ?

You must use the provided remotes..thanks.

OVERPAR73 12-08-2013 07:31 PM

Dave,
I'd like to return this item for a full refund, it doesn't work at all. Please provide me with a return authorization number to my email so I can return it back to you, thanks.

bscott234@yahoo.com

Bill

southerncarparts 12-17-2013 08:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OVERPAR73 (Post 7247363)
Dave,
I'd like to return this item for a full refund, it doesn't work at all. Please provide me with a return authorization number to my email so I can return it back to you, thanks.

bscott234@yahoo.com

Bill

Hey Bill,

Please contact me at 770-919-1433 or send me an e-mail at david@southerncarparts.com. The M2W works on every Camaro with dual mode exhaust, but I'll be happy to take it back after talking it over with you.

Thanks,
Dave

DuskSS 01-08-2014 03:22 PM

Still no fully closed operation? Sure would love a 3rd mode for when you roll up next to a cop or someone that you don't want to hear your exhaust. Already have this but would buy again for a fully closed mode.

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southerncarparts 01-21-2014 08:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DuskSS (Post 7320492)
Still no fully closed operation? Sure would love a 3rd mode for when you roll up next to a cop or someone that you don't want to hear your exhaust. Already have this but would buy again for a fully closed mode.

Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk

Sorry, no, it doesn't look like that's going to be an option with this product. I'm keeping a look out for something with that functionality but I haven't seen anything yet.

Thanks,
Dave

Fred 16 01-21-2014 02:24 PM

To stop the engine running, it works?

southerncarparts 02-20-2014 08:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fred 16 (Post 7356065)
To stop the engine running, it works?

I'm sorry, I'm not sure I understand the question. Can you clarify? Alternately if you want to talk in person you can give me a buzz at 770-919-1433.

Thanks,
Dave


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