New Exhausts For C7 Corvette, Mustang GT And Subaru BRZ Sound Sweet

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Top-tier technology in an affordable package that'll fit pony cars and sports cars alike.

In recent months, we've seen exhaust manufacturing company MagnaFlow reveal a number of new products for some of the hottest automotive offerings on the market. These have included systems for the Ford Bronco and Jeep Wrangler, the highly popular Toyota GR Supra, and more of the most exciting cars around. But now the company has seen interest in less novel sports cars surge. Sometimes, a car only becomes affordable to modify once its used value drops past a certain point. In other cases, a car can be rarely modified due to its lack of popularity. Whatever the reason, MagnaFlow realizes that not everyone is working on the latest releases and has now expanded its NEO Series exhaust offerings to include some enthusiast cars that were formerly ignored.

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The new 2022 Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 are included in the new range, as is the 2019-2022 generation of the Ford Mustang GT. But the older, 2014-2019 Chevrolet Corvette - that's the C7 generation - has also been added, and sounds pretty sweet in the clip below. So what does this new exhaust do, besides making more noise?

Well, each NEO exhaust features MagnaFlow's No Drone Technology (NDT), promising comfortable cruising at freeway speeds. For the BRZ/86 twins, it's made up of a "2.5-inch fast-flowing mandrel-bent" pipe that connects to a straight-through muffler and NDT resonator. It exits through a pair of 4.5-inch polished tips and costs $1,979.

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As with the Japanese sports cars above, 304 stainless steel is used for the Mustang GT's system. The difference on this car is that the piping is three inches in diameter and passes through a proprietary X-pipe and exits via four four-inch black chrome tips. $2,399 is what you'll pay for this system.

Finally, the C7 Corvette system gets three-inch piping and is very similar to that of the BRZ and 86 in design. Here, a quad-exit finisher design sees 4.5-inch black chrome tips exit rear of the vehicle. If you optioned exhaust valves when your C7 was new, this MagnaFlow system can incorporate them too, but this is the most expensive system of all at $2,900. All systems come with a lifetime construction warranty and a one-year limited finish warranty.

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