2011 Chevy CamaroMore air in means more air out — and more horsepower for your 2011 Gen5 Camaro.

You have a lot of options when choosing a Camaro exhaust system. You can go for stainless steel or aluminized steel. There are several sizes of exhaust tube diameter (learn more about choosing exhaust tube diameter here). A lot of aftermarket manufacturers have developed smooth, free-flowing mandrel bends and flow through exhausts.

Take a look at a few of the exhaust systems we think are cool for your Chevrolet Camaro.


Flowmaster Stainless Steel American Thunder Cat-Back

Flowmaster Stainless Steel American Thunder Cat-BackWake up your 2011 Camaro with a Flowmaster Stainless Steel American Thunder Cat-Back Exhaust System. The complete cat-back dual exhaust system maintains your factory emissions equipment and includes everything from the hangers to the hardware to make installation simple. The Flowmaster American Thunder Series is known for its aggressive sound because of its 40 Series mufflers. The mandrel bent stainless steel tubing gives your Camaro a free flowing exhaust.


Gibson Muscle Car Exhaust Systems

Gibson Muscle Car Exhaust SystemsThis Gibson Performance Exhaust 2.5-inch system is designed to give your Gen5 Camaro improved acceleration and increased horsepower. The chambered muffler design will give your Camaro an aggressive sound that will be the envy of the Camaro club. The stainless steel mandrel-bent exhaust system will help improve throttle response and horsepower. A Gibson Muscle Car Exhaust System also includes a set of polished stainless round slash tips to not only deliver performance but a great look for your Camaro.

Hurst Elite Series Cat-Back Exhaust Systems

Hurst Elite Series Cat-Back Exhaust SystemBack in 1969 you could drop a Hurst shifter in your Camaro.  Today, Hurst Shifters also has a line of exhaust systems for late model performance muscle. The Hurst Elite Series cat-back system incorporates an X-pipe into the fully mandrel-bent exhaust tubes for improved exhaust flow. Each Hurst Elite Series exhaust system is hand-fabricated and manufactured in the USA. The stainless steel 3-inch exhaust system also includes a pair of polished tips with the Hurst logo.


Dynomax Ultra Flo Welded Exhaust Systems

Dynomax Ultra Flo Welded Exhaust SystemDynoMax Ultra Flo Welded Exhaust systems feature the DynoMax welded performance stainless steel mufflers for lifelong durability. They have a straight-through design for a less exhaust flow restrictions, and the engineers have tested and designed the muffler for reduced cabin drone.  The Ultra Flo system is an axle back kit that can bolt up to your 2011 Camaro and keep you emissions legal.  Everything you need for the install is included in the kit, and with a few hand tools you can have a great sounding Gen5 Camaro that will make all your friends envious.

MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust Kits

Magnaflow Performance Exhaust KitThis MagnaFlow axle-back system is engineered in the USA to deliver a unique sound to your Gen5 Camaro.  The Magnaflow axle-back exhaust kit can easily bolt on in an afternoon. Two different tone options — a Race and Street series muffler — allow you to make your 2011 Camaro unique. The Street Series has a turbo style muffler and offers two different tip syles while the Race Series eliminates the mufflers completely. The mandrel bent tubing allows a smooth airflow to prevent restrictions.

BBK VariTune Rear Axle Back Exhaust Systems

Camaro BBK VariTune Axle Back ExhaustBBK Performance has a tuneable axle back exhaust kit for the 2011 Camaro that allows you to literally dial in the exact sound you are looking for. This stainless steel BBK VariTune Rear Axle back Exhaust System has polished 4-inch tips to make your Camaro look as good as it sounds.  The problem with some exhaust systems is while they are great bolt on kits, they are the same ones that other Gen5 owners have. The VariTune Exhaust kit simply bolts on and allows you to dial in the mechanical chamber valve to achieve the sound you want.

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Author: Al DiVencenzo

Al is a contributor to OnAllCylinders