Do you want to feel and hear the aggression whenever you put the pedal down? MRT Corvette exhaust systems are an affordable, easy way to free the beast hiding inside your car.
These Chevy Corvette performance exhaust systems aren't mass-market, one-size-fits-all exhausts that try to offer a small performance boost on any vehicle. We engineer all our performance exhaust systems for the DNA of specific cars so they will deliver maximum horsepower, sound and efficiency gains.
With a handcrafted Corvette exhaust, you'll hear the difference and feel the performance at every turn.
At MRT, we offer a wide selection of exhaust systems for Corvettes that will get you noticed in more ways than one. If you're looking for the best exhaust for C5 Corvette use, you can find a C5 Corvette exhaust system that fits oldie-but-goodie models here, including a 2002 Corvette exhaust. In addition to our C5 Corvette exhaust systems, you can pick out the best exhaust for your C6 Corvette Z06 or coax some extra horsepower out of a C7 Stingray. With the new mid-engine C8 Corvette, life with a Chevrolet vehicle just get better and MRT's performance sound axle-back raises the fun factor of this legacy sports car. To borrow a slogan from Chevrolet, "See the USA....in your Corvette" sporting handcrafted exhaust made 100% in the USA that will Get Noticed.
The guys at our Michigan shop have designed exhaust series that require no tune because we've done the tuning for you. Each one is made of T304 stainless steel that is rust- and corrosion-resistant.
With cat-back, axle-back and H-pipe MRT QuadFlow Corvette exhausts available, there's something that will fit your baby like a glove. Like all of our high-quality exhausts, Corvette systems come in both the Version 2 and Version 3 Series.
A Version 2 exhaust improves flow with a straight-through muffler design to give you a spirited performance ride. Version 3 exhausts add even more noise of that throaty, racy, take-no-prisoners roar. Both have polished tips and the option for a Black Ops finish.
You don't need to spend your entire Saturday in the garage, either - one of our DIY exhausts takes just an hour to install. MRT offers a limited lifetime warranty on all these made-in-the-U.S. Corvette exhausts.
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Chevy Corvette Exhaust FAQs
What is dual mode exhaust on a Corvette?
Introduced on the C6 Corvette, the Dual Mode Performance Exhaust - option code NPP on the ECU touchscreen - consists of a vacuum-activated butterfly valve in the exhaust tube. When engaged, the flaps open at 3,500 RPM, changing the exhaust noise and making it louder. GM first introduced the NPP dual mode Corvette exhaust on the following C6 Corvette models: the 2013 Z06, the 2009-2013 ZR1 and the 2010-2013 Grand Sport.
How to make a Corvette exhaust louder?
Making an exhaust system louder can be done by changing or deleting the muffler, increasing the exhaust tube diameter or changing the resonator. Corvette muffler deletion provides maximum volume. Increased tube diameter allows greater exhaust flow, which produces a louder, deeper and throatier sound. A resonator mitigates unwanted resonance such as drone; while this changes the sound, it does not make the system louder. MRT Corvette exhausts are designed to be louder with refinements to match the vehicle DNA and the driver's desired experience.
How to install a Corvette exhaust?
The first - and most time-consuming - step for installing a C7/C8 Corvette exhaust is to remove the rear bumper. Once this is done, loosen the OE exhaust clamps, unplug the exhaust valves (if applicable) and remove the stock exhaust system by removing the bolts and/or cutting the system. Then insert the new exhaust, tighten the bolts, install the exhaust valve defeat device (if required) and check the tip/tube alignment. Put the rear bumper back on and you're done! Detailed step-by-step Corvette exhaust installation instructions are provided with all MRT premium aftermarket exhausts.
What's the secret to aligning the tips on an aftermarket exhaust install?
When installing a Corvette exhaust system, you should first position it with loosely tightened bolts or clamps, which allows you to properly align the tubes and tips. Once you're happy with the alignment, tighten the bolts down.
How to clean C7 exhaust pipes?
Regular cleaning of stainless steel Corvette exhaust pipes can be done with the same products you use to clean the car's exterior. For heavy grime build-up, use metal polish. All MRT aftermarket Corvette exhausts are made of T304 stainless steel.