Chevy Corvette Stingray 2014, Fusion Stainless Steel Axle-Back Exhaust System with Split Rear Exit by Billy Boat Exhaust®. Exhaust System Type: Axle-Back. Exhaust Tubing Material: Stainless Steel. Mandrel bent from the highest-grade T-304 stainless steel. Designed, tested, and manufactured to the finest hand-made integrity found in any exhaust system. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
|Exhaust System Type: Axle-Back|
|Exhaust Tubing Material: Stainless Steel|
|Exit Location: Split Rear|
|Tip Style: SpeedWay|
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Incorporates 3-generations of fabrication skill and racing talent
- High strength and complete resistance to harsh elements
- 25 years of experience in the racing and exhaust industry
Fusion Exhaust Systems The Fusion is a bi-modal exhaust system, meaning it has two passages, or modes, that the exhaust can travel through the muffler. Each of the mufflers has two outlets, with one side having a butterfly type valve which allows the exhaust flow to be shut off, regulating which side of the muffler the flows exhaust One side of the muffler is the "quiet" side, and one side is the 'loud" side. The "quiet" side is a smaller, muffled and chambered tube, while the 'loud" side is 3" tubing straight through.
Since 1989 Billy Boat Exhaust® has designed, tested, and manufactured the highest quality stainless steel exhaust systems available. Originally specializing in Porsche 911 performance exhaust systems, oil coolers, and intercoolers, B&B introduced the Tri-Flo line named after its unique 3-into-1 Porsche header. Today in its state-of-the-art facility, Billy Boat continues to develop the highest performing exhaust systems for most sports cars, trucks, and SUVs. With an in-house dyno facility and R&D staff, stay on top of current vehicle trends and deliver products that fit and perform to an unsurpassed level of standards. Performance is what BBE do and it is who they are. With over 25 years of experience in the racing and exhaust industry, Billy Boat has learned a few things about performance. Whether it is leading the field as the fastest qualifier at the 1998 Indy 500 or leading a team of highly skilled fabricators, performance is measured by more than just horsepower. Performance is delivering beyond expectations.