GMC Typhoon Performance Exhausts

About GMC Typhoon Performance Exhaust Systems

The GMC Typhoon, the younger brother of the Syclone pickup, is one of the company's three stunning and simply outrageous models of the early 90's. The Syclone was essentially a juiced up GMC Sonoma pickup truck – that same recipe was later applied to the GMC Jimmy SUV, resulting in this lean and mean road rocket. Powered by the same turbocharged intercooled 4.3-liter V6 via the four-speed automatic, the car also utilizes the full-time four-wheel drive with 35/65 torque split ratio and anti-lock brakes. And just like the Syclone, the car sprints from 0 to 60 mph in around 5.3 seconds and does the quarter-mile in 14 seconds. This being said, this SUV also comes with a decent list of amenities and a combined cargo volume of 67 cubic feet. GMC engineers had to cut down on pure off-road capabilities and towing capacity – but would you care about that when you have the fastest production SUV that can actually give you an easy ride through any winter storm?

The Typhoon's turbocharged V6 needs to push a lot of air through it to produce all its power – and at CARiD we've got the highest-quality stainless steel exhaust systems, designed to ensure maximum performance at greater fuel efficiency. The exhaust systems we feature here are fully compatible with your car and will help you feel and hear its engine in ways you have never imagined.

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