Chevy Volt Performance Exhaust Systems

About Chevy Volt Performance Exhaust Systems

Like all Chevys, the Volt epitomizes power, comfort, practicality and affordability. But wouldn’t the car be more fun to drive if it was just a little more powerful? Turning the Chevy Volt into a little power machine is not hard at all. All you need is a performance custom exhaust and you can turn your driving experience around. There are many custom exhaust systems for the Volt at CARiD, one of the most trusted auto parts dealers in the country and authorized dealer of all major auto parts brands. Custom Chevy Volt exhaust systems are designed to boost engine power and overall performance. With Borla, Flowmaster, MagnaFlow, and Gibson cat back exhaust systems, you will get anything between 5-10% more power and torque. Specific exhausts may even give you more than this, depending on how much custom designing is done on them.

Removing the entire stock exhaust system and fitting a custom exhaust in its place will give you the highest power gains and performance boost. If there are aspects of the stock exhaust you like and don’t want to get rid of just yet, consider getting specific exhaust components, such as headers, tailpipe kits, or muffler and header combinations. RBP, Onki, MBRP, Weapon-R, Zunden and the four brands mentioned earlier all have specific exhaust kits for the Chevy Volt that you can use. The right custom exhaust for your Volt will give you better fuel economy. Finding the perfect one will be easy, since CARiD stocks a variety of exhausts for 2011 -2013 Volt models. You should see an increase of 1-2mpg in your fuel-mileage record. Finally, you will fall in love with the custom exhaust system sound. Deep, throaty and controlled, the exhaust sound alone is enough to make you buy a Volt custom exhaust system on impulse.

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