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Old 06-17-2009, 10:36 PM   #1
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The 2010 Camaro SS Magnaflow Exhaust Thread

Hi Everyone!

I'm new to Camaro5 and I thought I would share some technical information on Magnaflow's offerings for the 2010 Camaro SS!


Part # 16481

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Magnaflow's Stainless Steel Street Series Cat-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 L99 and LS3 GFX Package features 11" Rear Oval Mufflers and Dual GFX Polished Stainless Steel Tips. Lifetime Warranty and Free Shipping!*



Dyno Results



Part # 16482

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Magnaflow's Stainless Steel Competition Series Cat-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 L99 and LS3 GFX Package has an Aggressive Tone. System Does NOT include Mufflers, it includes a Resonated X-Pipe and Dual GFX Specific Polished Stainless Steel Tips.



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Part # 16483


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Magnaflow's Stainless Steel Competition Series 3" Cat-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 L99 and LS3 has an Aggressive Tone. This System includes a Tru-X Pipe and 5"x8"x14" Mufflers, it Includes Dual 4" Polished Stainless Tips.



Dyno Results Not Released*

Part # 16579

Sound Clip

Magnaflow's Stainless Steel Street Series Cat-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 L99 and LS3 features 11" Rear Oval Mufflers and Dual 4" Polished Stainless Steel Tips. Lifetime Warranty and Free Shipping!*




Dyno Results



Part # 16580


Sound Clip


Magnaflow's Stainless Steel Competition Series Cat-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 L99 and LS3 has an Aggressive Tone. This System DOES NOT Include Mufflers, it is Muffler Delete and includes Dual 5" Polished Stainless Steel Tips.



Dyno Results



Part # 16581

Magnaflow's Stainless Steel 2.5" Street Series Axle-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 features 11" Rear Oval Mufflers and Dual 4" Polished Stainless Steel Tips.



Dyno Results Not Available*

Part # 16582

Magnaflow's Stainless Steel Competition Series Axle-Back for the 2010 Camaro SS 6.2L V8 L99 and LS3 has an Aggressive Tone. This System DOES NOT include Mufflers, it is Muffler Delete and includes Dual 5" Polished Stainless Steel Tips.




Dyno Results Not Available*

I will post more sound files and Dyno information as soon as it's available. We've worked very closely with Magnaflow and I've seen every manufactures systems and IMHO they make the best systems.

Please feel free to call or email us anytime with any product or technical questions! We look forward to contributing to this great forum and have a great day!

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Old 06-17-2009, 10:55 PM   #2
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Old 06-17-2009, 10:58 PM   #3
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Old 06-17-2009, 11:01 PM   #4
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These are 2.5" systems correct? Do they have any plans for a full 3" system? Since alot of folks are doing headers/mid pipe, which are 3", it seems bad to neck down the system to 2.5" with a cat back. Many folks are planning to make BIG power, so the 2.5" system can possibly be a power restriction...can you provide them with this feedback?
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:01 AM   #6
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First , I thought where's the X - pipe ?? then i read that it's in the resonator .

That's a new thing ,any body know which is better ,the normal x pipe or the resonated ?

BTW magnaflow is the best ;-)
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These are 2.5" systems correct? Do they have any plans for a full 3" system? Since alot of folks are doing headers/mid pipe, which are 3", it seems bad to neck down the system to 2.5" with a cat back. Many folks are planning to make BIG power, so the 2.5" system can possibly be a power restriction...can you provide them with this feedback?
Magnaflow is working on the 3" System, what they found was unless the engine was heavily modified it made more HP with the 2.5" Systems. I will post some information as soon as I get it.

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First , I thought where's the X - pipe ?? then i read that it's in the resonator .

That's a new thing ,any body know which is better ,the normal x pipe or the resonated ?

BTW magnaflow is the best ;-)
The reason they went with this set up was for packaging space. In testing there was no difference in HP and Torque between the Magnaflow Tru-X and the Resonated X-Pipe. It is actually cool and innovative...

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Old 06-19-2009, 10:49 AM   #8
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Part # 16579 Sound file!!!!

HERE is the sound file for the 2010 Camaro SS Street Version. It sounds great!

I will have Dyno #'s soon as well as the sound file for the 16580!

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Old 06-19-2009, 11:51 AM   #9
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HERE is the sound file for the 2010 Camaro SS Street Version. It sounds great!

I will have Dyno #'s soon as well as the sound file for the 16580!

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nice, a bit quite so i wanna hear the Competition Series, DUAL SPLIT REAR EXIT
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a little rumble but not too loud. I like this set up
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Thats great information, now lets see some dyno numbers on the various systems.
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This is looking GREAT! Really liking the X-pipe inside the resonator, it's different and pretty cool.

Why would one go with an axle-back instead of a full system, other than a person who got Long Tubes not compatible with a full system?
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Old 06-19-2009, 03:39 PM   #13
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These are 2.5" systems correct? Do they have any plans for a full 3" system? Since alot of folks are doing headers/mid pipe, which are 3", it seems bad to neck down the system to 2.5" with a cat back. Many folks are planning to make BIG power, so the 2.5" system can possibly be a power restriction...can you provide them with this feedback?
I just got wind that the 3" Systems will be available in the next 2 weeks!!!!! I'll post more information as soon as I get it!!

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Thats great information, now lets see some dyno numbers on the various systems.
I'm hoping to have the Dyno information very shortly! I'll post it as soon as I get it.

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This is looking GREAT! Really liking the X-pipe inside the resonator, it's different and pretty cool.

Why would one go with an axle-back instead of a full system, other than a person who got Long Tubes not compatible with a full system?
The Axle-Back systems provide better flow over the factory muffler. With the "Comp Series" the exhaust will be much louder than factory and the "Street Series" will provide a deeper tone with increase flow.

The 3" systems will be compatible with most Long Tube set-ups.
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Is the axle back setup a true bolt on? Or does it require cutting and welding?
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Is the axle back setup a true bolt on? Or does it require cutting and welding?
The Axle-Back will require you to cut the factory system. HERE is a link to the install instructions.

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I wonder if we could negotiate a package deal on the street series cat back with mufflers? #16579
Anyone down with that system interested in trying this? My guess is we'd need ten of us to start?
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I wonder if we could negotiate a package deal on the street series cat back with mufflers? #16579
Anyone down with that system interested in trying this? My guess is we'd need ten of us to start?
Go HERE for pricing information. I'm sure I can come up with something.

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I plan on long tubes, probably 1 7/8, CAI and tune. I want a 2.5" exhaust to maintain some back pressure. On maximum bolt on's going 3" isn't going to give much if any gain and could actually be counter productive.
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was that L99 or LS3 in the clip?
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I plan on long tubes, probably 1 7/8, CAI and tune. I want a 2.5" exhaust to maintain some back pressure. On maximum bolt on's going 3" isn't going to give much if any gain and could actually be counter productive.
That is correct. The only time I would go with a 3" system is if I was making over 600 RWHP, otherwise it is counter productive. We run ARH on our Vette and we stepped down to 2.5" after the X-Pipe, the Vette makes 575 RWHP N/A.

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was that L99 or LS3 in the clip?
That was an LS3 in the sound clip.
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Thats great information, now lets see some dyno numbers on the various systems.
Sound is far less important to me than numbers.
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Here is the dyno graph from Magnaflow.

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15 HP
18 lb-ft



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i think guys are getting those kind of numbers or better with just the muffler delete at local exhaust shop.
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i think guys are getting those kind of numbers or better with just the muffler delete at local exhaust shop.


I haven't seen any #'s but I'm skeptical. I'd love to see some before and after Dyno #'s using this set up. The above dyno information is running through mufflers; there is also going to be some sound quality differences.

To see the full potential of these systems you're going to need to do an Intake, Exhaust and get a tune from a good tuner. An engine is an air pump, the more efficiently you get air into and then out of it the more power you'll make. These are the mods I'm going to do to my Camaro when i get it, maybe American Racing Headers as well.

I'm all about the mufflers shops but honestly I'd rather pay a little more and have mandrel bent stainless piping with nice tips.

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