New DynoMax Performance Exhaust Systems Released For 2010-'13 Chevy Camaro Convertibles

New DynoMax Performance Exhaust Systems Released For 2010-’13 Chevy Camaro Convertibles

DynoMax systems add horsepower and torque, and feature Ultra Flo welded mufflers, company says.


MONROE, Mich. – Power and performance are tucked inside the new DynoMax Performance Exhaust systems for 2010-2013 Chevrolet Camaro Convertibles 6.2L V8 and 3.6L V6 platforms, according to DynoMax. According to the company, these latest systems help boost performance by up to 15 horsepower and improve torque up to 21-ft.-lbs. The new systems are now available at performance retailers nationwide.


121750DynoMaxLo_00000071078The DynoMax 2010-13 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible 6.2L V8 system (p/n 39527) and the 2010-2013 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible 3.6L V6 system (p/n 39526) are built from 2.5-inch mandrel bent, stainless steel piping; a set of stainless steel Ultra Flo welded muffler assemblies; and a pair of buffed and polished, stainless steel slant cut tips.

In dyno testing, the DynoMax 3.6L V6 kit improved performance by 15 horsepower and torque by 21-ft.-lbs. while the DynoMax 6.2L V8 kit posted an improvement of 14 horsepower and an increase in torque of 15-ft.-lbs., according to the company. Both systems were compared to original equipment muffler and piping.

121750DMaxCamar_00000071079Both of the new systems include the DynoMax Ultra Flo welded muffler, a stainless steel, fully welded design with straight-through internal piping to help ensure unrestricted exhaust flow and reduce backpressure, the company states. The muffler design is dyno-proven to flow up to 2,000 SCFM and to support up to 2,000 horsepower. Each Ultra Flo welded muffler includes CRF (Continuous Roving Fiberglass) technology to absorb unwanted interior resonance while maintaining a deep performance tone.

Each new DynoMax Camaro system includes all of the necessary OE-like hangers, brackets and accessories and highly detailed, thorough installation instructions.

The 6.2L V8 system (p/n 39527) is not compatible with the supercharged Camaro Convertibles.

The new DynoMax Camaro Convertible systems are covered by a DynoMax brand limited lifetime warranty and an exclusive 90-day Performance and Sound Guarantee that allows enthusiasts to try the product for 90 days. If within the first 90 days of ownership the consumer is unhappy for any reason, they can return the products for a full refund of the purchase price.

The DynoMax product line offers a wide range of coverage for 1969 and newer Camaros that feature power-enhancing DynoMax VT, Ultra Flo, Super Turbo and Race Bullet exhaust systems and mufflers.

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