Subscribed. I'm thinking about doing something similar to my wagon. I was able to get a used bumper cover for cheap so just looking for ideas on how to fit quad tips. Was also thinking about using the c6/c7 akrapovic mufflers for the dual mode.
no chance of using the C6 NPP setup? cons to that?
Last edited by Guyver08; 01-10-2017 at 08:31 AM.
Anyone ever done anything like this for a NPP type setup on a Coupe?
2012 CTS-V Coupe Radiant Silver Metallic M6 Recaros Sunroof
That car is actually at one of the GM performance facilities... They had it at the Auto Show a year or two ago...
FYI the mufflers are installed on the car lol. It was a LOT easier than I had anticipated.
Before: Ugly straight pipe hack job that was on the car when I bought it.
After: Much better.
I'm waiting on my tips to come in before I cut the bumper. Ordered these beautiful babies. I'm sure some people will hate me because they're akrapovic tips on a non Akrapovic exhaust, but who cares.
awesome work so far, in for videos when its done.
2012 red wagon, 6speed, recaros, kooks header and x pipe, fic1000's, metco 2.4 upper, new era CAI, fasterproms block off plates and expansion tank, dw300c pumps, dsteck fpcm and flex sensor, formato tuned on E60 put down 667whp 682wtq
I have always wanted to do after muffler 2 into 1 exhaust tip without cutting the rear bumper up .
Something like this..
email@example.com e85 610whp■firstname.lastname@example.org mph 93 569whp■CAI, 2.5 , ID850, flex fuel on street tires
Some versions of the Corvette mufflers are titanium to reduce weight but they also a metric shit ton harder to weld.
I like what you have to far but those tips...not so much.
'12 V Wagon, M6, CRT, Recaros, chrome wheels, no sun roof
'68 Ford Bronco (have to drive something in the snow)
'68 Corvette 427 (basic 11 second street car)
'60 Corvette 283/250hp restoration in progress
I think this is a great idea - but the cost of something like this will be a factor for a lot of people.
Currently slumming it in a Jeep SRT and watching Gen 3 V prices for my next car!
2011 CTS-V Coupe -WeaponX carbon fiber trim. (sold)
Originally Posted by WD2009CTSV
1/2 tenth on the big end and a little more weight in the pocket. And that's like a sore dick, you just can't beat it!
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