|Originally posted by turboguy327:|
That exhaust is horrible sounding for a DD. Insane drone. I had mine for 3 days on my 2011 Camaro and thank god the dealer took it back as defective. Still in the market for a new exhaust. But the 3.6 is a great engine. I only have 521 miles on mine and I love it. Tons of power for a V6 and still great gas milage.
I'm with you, the V6 GMPP catback's I've heard sounded like total poop. In fact, to me most of the V6 exhausts have. They usually have a nasty rasp at a certain rpm range or throttle input. There are some decent ones, the MRT axle-back sounds not too far off from the Corsa, but it isn't quite as refined or sexy sounding.
Corsa borrowed two 2010 Camaros to prototype the kits from, an auto and a manual (they ended up using the same kit). In return for the borrow, they gave the two customers the final exhaust free of charge. That's good business practice!
They don't dork around like most of the other exhaust manufacturers. Every kit they design is specifically tuned for that car, so they go through much testing to get the sound they want, which is pleasing and without any rasp or interior drone.
And... It's all SS and made in the USA! I was easily sold on the exhaust note, the rest is delicious icing on the cake!
So I know this doesn't apply to a theoretical 2012 Fiero, but it shows that it wouldn't be difficult to get that sexy Euro-exotic sound from one (or even a real
'10 Camaro LT/RS, 312hp V6 6-speed
'88 Fiero GT - coming soon! - Project MIDTRBO
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[This message has been edited by ALLTRBO (edited 09-30-2010).]