Flowtech Expands Late Model Axle-Back Line

Flowtech Exhaust systems and components offer drivers a combination of quality and value. They have carved out a place in the aftermarket industry with aggressive and high-performance exhaust products names like the Raptor, Terminator, Afterburner, and Warlock systems. They make simple and effective design improvements over other systems. Their newest addition to the catalog is expanding their applications to include more late-model systems.

New axle-back designs will compliment the 2016-18 Camaro 6.2Ls and 2.0L/3.6Ls. All of the systems have dual-wall exhaust tips, and these systems have an aggressive sound, without annoying drone. Learn more about these systems in the official release from Flowtech below.

Official Release:

Flowtech Expands Late Model Axle-Back Exhaust Line

Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the release of eight new Flowtech axle-back exhaust systems, including designs for 2016-18 Camaro 6.2Ls and 2.0L/3.6Ls. All feature dual-wall exhaust tips, and all versions have polished stainless steel high-flow, straight-through, mandrel-bent construction mufflers that deliver an aggressive sound without the drone. The perfect combination of quality and value like all Flowtech exhaust products, the advanced tube geometry of these exhaust systems ensures maximum ground clearance and a smooth, hassle-free installation using OE mounting points for factory-like fitment.

This 2.75” system is engineered to offer both premium fitment and maximum performance from your 6.2L engine.   

Features:

  • 2.75″ diameter polished stainless steel construction maximizing strength and durability
  • Polished stainless steel, high-flow, straight-through mufflers offer aggressive sound without the drone
  • 4” polished 304 stainless steel, dual wall exhaust tips 
  • Quality welds for strength, longevity and good looks
  • Tube geometry designed for hassle-free installation
  • Utilizes OEM mounting points for factory-like fitment
  • For applications without dual mode exhaust (NPP)

This 2.25” system is engineered to offer both premium fitment and maximum performance from your 2.0L/3.6L engine.

Features:

  • 2.25″ diameter polished stainless steel construction maximizing strength and durability
  • Polished stainless steel, high-flow, straight-through mufflers offer aggressive sound without the drone
  • 4” polished 304 stainless steel, dual wall exhaust tips 
  • Quality welds for strength, longevity and good looks
  • Tube geometry designed for hassle-free installation
  • Utilizes OEM mounting points for factory-like fitment
  • For applications without dual mode exhaust (NPP)
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