Chevrolet Corvette Exhaust Cutout Guide
An exhaust cutout for your Chevrolet Corvette gives the exhaust a throatier sound. It can also provide extra power when you need it.
Chevrolet Corvette owners ask: What are the best materials for exhaust systems? Here are some answers.
Your Chevrolet Corvette uses a muffler to reduce noise emitted by the engine; exhaust passes through it before exiting out the tailpipe. Mufflers are installed along the exhaust pipe, which is part of the exhaust system. The resonating chamber inside the muffler is the main component that reduces the noise, specifically tuned to cause “destructive […] More »
Many Chevrolet Corvette owners express this philosophy on exhaust piping size: the bigger, the better. As you will see, this is not necessarily so.
Exhaust gas leaves either side of the engine and enters into an exhaust manifold (or a header) in all V8 engines, including the Chevrolet Corvette. In a single exhaust system the exhaust flows into a single pipe from the exhaust manifold or header, then through the catalytic converter, into the muffler, through the tailpipe, and […] More »