What’s a Corvette without a nasty exhaust note to strike fear into the hearts of your rivals? If you’re letting factory exhaust smother the furious roar of your LS3, Ls7 or LT1, you’re not getting the most out of your car. The word ‘muffler’ should never be used in the same sentence as ‘Corvette.’ There are a couple of ways to make sure that your Chevy small block will never be silenced again.
For the C6 Corvette, if you chose the NPP option, you can just pull the fuse. This tried and true trick will ensure that the exhaust valves, which typically restrict the exhaust note below 1700RPM, remain open throughout the entire RPM range. The C7 Corvette Stingray one-ups the C6 NPP setup with multiple exhaust settings that can be easily adjusted from the cockpit. They sound great for stock exhausts, but if you’re looking for a little more oomph, there are some nasty options. We’ve compiled some of the best right here in one place.
Crank the volume, and get yourself a fresh pair of boxers (just in case). These Corvette aftermarket exhaust sounds are the sound of pure rage.
This Geiger C6 Corvette Is Equipped With Corsa Extremes. Those Babies Sound NASTY!
Vengeance Racing Went With The Billy Boat Bullet System For This Corvette Stingray.
How About This Corvette Stingray With The Borla S-Type Exhaust. Still Not Enough? Get the ATAK Option.
This One Is A Little Long, But Totally Worth It. C6 Corvette Z06 Cammed With Catless Headers & AR X-Pipe, And Corsa Axle Back Exhaust
And, Of Course, You Can Never Go Wrong With A Muffler Delete