Q: i'm planning to buy a 2016 camaro LT 1 2.0 L with i-4 turbo engine. i did a test drive and its not making noise, Can i make my car

asked by on July 18, 2017

i'm planning to buy a 2016 camaro LT1 2.0 Ltr with i-4 turbo engine. i did a test drive and its not making noise, Can i make my car louder or does it needs a V-6 engine ?

My car has 4000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

You can change the exhaust after the catalyst to a performance exhaust. This will give you more power and louder exhaust depending on the system you purchase. Some aftermarket sites will give you a soundbite of what the exhaust will sound like when installed. This will give you an idea of the sound it will give you.

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