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Old 11-28-2006, 09:21 AM
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Corsa Exhaust Dyno Numbers

We just received a dyno comparison between the stock and Corsa exhaust. It looks like we'll have these systems ready to start shipping the end of this week or the beginning of next. Sound files can be heard in the TBSS Exhaust section of our site.





14256 2006+ TrailBlazer SS Corsa Exhaust Sport version $809.99
14257 2006+ TrailBlazer SS Corsa Exhaust Touring edition $849.99

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Old 11-28-2006, 09:27 AM
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These also bolt on to the 5.3 models?
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I find those gains somewhat disturbing, if they are correct that catback is gaining more than doing headers (on an AWD SS) from what we've seen so far. Someone needs to test that in house, BBrady you need an exhaust dont you? LOL
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Someone needs to test that in house, BBrady you need an exhaust dont you? LOL
I'm quite happy with my Magnaflow muffler swap/res delete thanks Chris .... and I agree these numbers coming out from Corsa I think are ridiculous unless they are "tuning" for the new exhaust also I didn't gain that from my SW catless headers, this Corsa set-up must be magic. Chris, you bring a system in, you can guinea pig it on my 2wd so you can dyno it right away ....I'm sure someone will buy it for the "sound" anyways
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Whats the difference between the "sport" version and the "touring" version besides the price.
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We'll have a bunch of these going out soon so there will probably be trucks strapped to the dyno after the install.

The Touring system is a little louder than stock while the Sport will be the more aggressive of the two. This one is the most popular.
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I'll be glad to test some independantly on my dyno..

Gains look reasonable to me. How is the sound?
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I find those gains somewhat disturbing, if they are correct that catback is gaining more than doing headers (on an AWD SS) from what we've seen so far. Someone needs to test that in house, BBrady you need an exhaust dont you? LOL

Well genius considering an AWD is not mentioned here for these numbers and we all know that AWD's have more drivetrain loss......There's your answer...And as for the exhaust I'll have mine in less then a week...I have a 2006 bone stock....Just like the vehicle that was tested.....
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Well if it's NOT an AWD genius its about 20-30 RWHP low LOL Thanks for your "input" though LOL
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This is from a 2WD truck. The 4WD showed a 15hp gain.
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