CORSA Sixth-Gen Camaro SS Axle-Back Systems


CORSA Performance is in the late stages of development for their 2016+ Camaro SS Axle-Back exhaust systems. They are designed using Corsa’s signature dyno, track, and driver verified technology. These new systems will be available in two different sound levels, as well as different exit/tip options.

The new Corsa exhaust systems are 2.75-inch in diameter, and are made of 304SS tubing. Of course, they are Made in the USA and backed by CORSA’s Lifetime Warranty. These new CORSA Axle-Back exhaust systems are designed to be used with stop mid-section of the Camaro SS. Learn more about the systems from the official release below.

Official Release:

CORSA to Ship New Axle-Back Exhaust System for 2016+ Camaro SS in Late May



The Dual Rear Exit Twin tip systems are available in two sound levels, Sport and Xtreme and feature Twin 4.0-inch Pro Series Tips on each side and will be available in polished or black tips.

The Dual Rear Exit Single Tip systems will also be available in two sound levels, Sport & Xtreme and feature 4.5-inch Pro Series Tips on each side and are also available in polished or black Tips.

All the systems feature CORSA’s patented RSC (Reflective Sound Cancellation) technology which works flawlessly to eliminate low resonant frequencies that often cause Drone while cruising.  The systems were thoroughly tested to ensure they delivered a desirable driving experience in all of the new 6th gen Camaro’s driving modes as well as during 4-cyl. mode activation.


The Sport sound level produces a true modern muscle car tone that would be ideal for those who want a more robust exhaust note (+4db over the stock system) than stock but are concerned about overall volume or are planning future modifications such as long tube headers, while the Xtreme system is for the driver that wants his car to be seen and heard yielding nearly (+10db over the stock system).DSC_0231a

No matter which system the consumer chooses both systems are quiet at cruise with only a marginal increase in interior cabin volume between the “Sport” and Xtreme systems. Each systems delivers a deep exhaust note that is fitting of the Camaro platform while the Xtreme system allows a few more higher frequencies to enter the acoustic experience providing more volume and a bit more “exotic” muscle car tone.

Both systems outflowed the stock configuration by up to 10% meaning leading to more potential power throughout  the driving experience.

CORSA’s 2016 Camaro Axle-back offering is in the final stages of engineering and is expected to be in market by from Late May to Mid June.

Find these exhaust systems here.


  • 304 stainless steel
  • Available in two levels of sound
  • Offered in different exit and exhaust tip options
  • Made in the USA

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