CORSA Performance Introduces Corvette Xtreme Exhaust

CORSA Performance Introduces Corvette Xtreme Exhaust

Answering the demand for bolder sound outside the vehicle - while still maintaining a comfortable tone inside - CORSA Performance has developed the new Xtreme exhaust system for 2005-2007 Corvettes.

Answering the demand for bolder sound outside the vehicle – while still maintaining a comfortable tone inside – CORSA Performance has developed the new Xtreme exhaust system for 2005-2007 Corvettes.

The Corvette C6 Xtreme Axle-Back exhaust with Four Pro-Series 3.5-inch tips features CORSA’s patented Reflective Sound Cancellation (RSC) technology, which allows for a full-bodied aggressive sound during acceleration and a mellow, comfortable interior note at cruising speeds.

"The Corvette community has been asking for a deeper, more aggressive sound, but still with the interior sound quality that our RSC technology provides," said Jim Browning Sr., founder and president, CORSA Performance Exhausts. "Our innovative Xtreme exhaust flows and performs just like our traditional Sport exhaust, but it’s bolder, badder, a little louder…and perfect for Corvettes. The system is a full three decibels louder outside the vehicle, but still sounds good inside the car for comfortable cruising!"

The all new Xtreme exhaust system is now available through specialty Corvette Performance dealers nationwide. To find a dealer, contact CORSA Performance at (800) 486-0999 or visit their website at All tips are high-quality, 304L polished stainless steel. Crafted in the United States from premium, 100 percent stainless steel, the CORSA Xtreme exhaust system carries a lifetime warranty.

Complete installation hardware and an illustrated installation guide are also included.

Focusing on the development of proprietary technology, CORSA Performance employs patented Reflective Sound Cancellation technology in its performance automotive exhaust systems. CORSA’s 100 percent stainless steel cat-back exhausts are specifically tuned to each vehicle to eliminate passenger cabin resonance and to produce just the right sound. CORSA offers performance exhaust systems and accessories for cars, trucks and SUVs.

For more information, visit, or contact CORSA Performance, 140 Blaze Industrial Parkway, Berea, OH 44017, phone (800) 486-0999 or fax (440) 891-1868.

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