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Borla ATAK Cat-Back Exhaust with Black Carbon Fiber Tips (16-23 Camaro SS Coupe w/ NPP Dual Mode Exhaust or Quad Exhaust)

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      Jake: Jake here for AmericanMuscle. And today I've got this Borla Atak Cat-Back Exhaust with the Black Carbon Fiber Tips for 2016 and newer Camaro SS Coupes with the NPP dual mode exhaust or factory quad exhaust. If you're looking for the ultimate street exhaust for your Camaro SS, then look no further than the Borla Atak system. This combines awesome sound with good looks and the highest-quality construction. It's an expensive piece, but if you want volume and quality without compromise, this is gonna be your ticket.Borla is well-known in the enthusiast community for making some of the best exhausts you can buy, especially when it comes to the sound. And their Atak series is the loudest of the bunch. On our loudness meter, this one is going right at the top with a five out of five, definitely enough to make a big difference in the driving experience of your Camaro. And like you heard in the clips at the beginning of the video, this is gonna give you that deep, burbly aggressive muscle car-inspired tone on the outside.Now, it is worth noting that with this system, you do not retain those adjustable exhaust valves, but you do get some additional features here that just aren't available on other exhausts. Now, this one is gonna give you quite a bit more volume versus stock inside the cabin as well. And Borla has some really neat tricks up their sleeve to make it all a very pleasing sound and to eliminate drones. So, this goes beyond just being loud.Now the Atak name here stands for Acoustically-Tuned Applied Kinetics, which is a Borla-exclusive technology that allows them to tune each exhaust for specific vehicle applications. And they use what they call polyphonic harmonizing technology, which it sounds like a buzzword, but that's exactly the point. There is no buzz. So, this is essentially the same type of science that goes into tuning pipe organs. They use different lengths of pipe to control different frequencies thus eliminating obtrusive or dissonant sounds. So, in this system, they're inside of the muffler, and this connector pipe right here, which you can hopefully see.Now, these trick bits utilize different sizes and diameters of pipe again, perforated tube-shaped cores, and different patterns within to make the frequencies harmonize. So, you get that really nice sound and the volume that you want with absolutely zero drone.This system also includes an X-pipe right here, which is also not something that you find in a lot of other systems. Now, X-pipes also help with drone by evening out exhaust pulses caused by uneven firing orders like you find in a traditional pushrod V8 such as the Camaro's LT1. So, this again is gonna help even out exhaust pressure, and all of that is gonna combine with Borla's other tech to eliminate that exhaust drone in the cabinet. And that's the biggest key here, in my opinion. So many exhausts sound really good or they have a great volume, but they have some pretty terrible drone, which is gonna really negatively impact the experience of driving the car.Now, I know I have it, I'm sure some of you have had some really droney exhausts in the past, and they can grate your nerves after even a short drive in some instances. They might sound great outside or with the windows down, but if there's a way to avoid that drone and still get the volume, I'm sure most of us would absolutely choose that.Now, Borla also says that this exhaust pairs well with a set of long tube headers. So, if you're looking to make that upgrade, or even if you've already made it, this one is gonna be an excellent choice for you.Now, as far as construction goes, again, this is a really high-quality system. Borla makes all of their exhausts of T-304 stainless steel, so you're gonna get excellent corrosion and rust resistance here. And as you can see, it's just kind of a beautiful piece of kit. The piping is all. There's 3-inch mandrel bent tubing up to the mufflers, so there's no wrinkles or weird creases or anything in the metal, which means that all those exhaust gases are gonna flow nice and smoothly through, allowing your engine to breathe better than the stock system while also reducing back pressure.Now, the other party piece here are these 4-inch carbon fiber tips that finish the whole thing off. And as you can see, they have these really nice carbon fiber surrounds and there's an anodized black center inside there. So, they're gonna bring a really cool visual update to your Camaro. They also have that staggered setup as you can see, so it's gonna match the contour of the rear bumper as well. And the tips themselves add a nice bit of flash, but it's still gonna look kind of similar to your factory setup, just a little bit different.Now, as with any Borla setup or any of this quality, for that matter, this one does not come cheap. The whole system here that you see is gonna run you about $3,600. And that does put it at the top of the category when it comes to full exhaust for the Camaros. Now, there aren't really any other options out here that have this same kind of feature or similar construction, but of course, there are less expensive options that just aren't gonna match up in sound or construction. So, you're getting that high quality, those really nice carbon fiber tips, and all that advanced acoustic tuning technology. So, this one really stands out as the cream of the crop. When you look at it from that perspective, I do think you're getting a pretty good value for your money here. Again, I can't stress enough, this is a super high-quality system, so if you don't wanna compromise with your exhaust, this one's got your name on it.Now, as far as installation goes, like most exhausts, this one is gonna get a two out of three on our difficulty meter, and it should take you around three hours or so to get it all done. Now, since the stock system on the Camaro SS is not a bolt-together setup, you are gonna need to cut off the stock exhausts. However, those cuts are easy to make, and you get instructions on how to measure in the box, plus we'll show you in a few minutes. You're also gonna have to unbolt those active exhaust valves, but once that's done, the new system is just gonna bolt right in, and it's going to utilize all of your stock exhaust hangers.You also get all new hardware included in the kit. And if you've done an exhaust in your driveway before, you know it can be a little bit fiddly just because of a lack of space, but even with the cutting, this is something that you can do at home. And to show you how to get this installed, let's head over to the install bay right now.Man: Tools required for this install include an impact gun, an electric ratchet, a hand ratchet, an exhaust hanger remover tool, a pry bar, tape measure, pair of safety glasses, a marker, a 5/16 ratcheting wrench, a 3/8 to 1/4-inch adapter, 7, 13, and 15-millimeter sockets, couple of zip ties, a Sawzall, and a grinder. What's up, guys? Today, we're gonna be installing an exhaust on our Camaro, so let's get started.So, our first step to removing our exhaust is gonna be to disconnect our valves. Now, these are gonna be found on the outside of each side tip. So, we'll get the harness, press the tab, and disconnect them. So, now our first step is going to be to disconnect the wiring harness to our valve controller. So, to do that, we're gonna remove these two seven-millimeter bolts to clear up some access. You're gonna have to take these out later on eventually because we're gonna have to slide our exhaust back this way, and the valves are gonna slide under this. So, I'll get a seven-millimeter socket to get these off. And then we can push that back out of the way and then reach in there and disconnect our wire harness. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side.So, the factory exhaust system has six hangers, we have two here, two here, and then two by our tips. So, we're gonna remove the inner four here, that way we can still have our two hangers in the back holding our exhaust up while we disconnect our flanges up front. So, we can get the two on our passenger side first. So, I'll grab an exhaust hanger remover tool to pop off this isolator. And then on this one, the hanger on our pipe's a little longer than the one from our chassis, so we'll pop off our top isolator, and then we can pop it off at the bottom and slide it back on the top. Now we can do the same thing on our driver's side.Now, our next step is to remove our brace here. We have five 13-millimeter bolts holding that in. So, I'll get a 13-millimeter socket on an impact gun to get these off. Now, our next step is gonna be to disconnect our O2 sensors on both sides. Now, you can do this either by unscrewing the O2 sensor or simply just unplugging the harness. We're gonna unplug the harness. So, there's a white tab that you're gonna push up and then push in and then it will separate our connector. We'll take our white tab, push up on it, and then we can press down and slide our connector up. Now, this side is gonna be the same thing, just a little deeper in there. Pull back on that tab and then disconnect our connector.So, now we can work on our two flanges. We'll get those disconnected with a 15-millimeter socket. I've got a pole jack here to hold the exhaust in place so it doesn't drop down once we disconnect it. And then once we have our two flanges disconnected, we'll grab a buddy to help us pull the whole exhaust out of the car. So, now on this side, we don't have much clearance, so I'm gonna get a 15-millimeter socket with a ratchet on this side, and then we can use our impact gun on this side. So, I've got some penetrating lubricant I sprayed on here just to make it a little bit easier to get these off. Now, on this side, we can use a 15-millimeter socket on an impact gun to loosen this clamp.So, now I have a pole jack set up underneath our muffler to keep it in place. And then we're gonna be removing the two bolts on our hanger on both sides to release the muffler. So, now we can take a 15-millimeter socket on a ratchet to get our 2 nuts off. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side. So, now would be a good time to grab yourself a buddy, and you can take one end while your buddy takes the others, and then we'll just simply slide it out and remove it from the car.So, now with the exhaust removed from our car, we can take our valves off. Now, we'll be using a 5/16-inch ratcheting wrench to remove this. And then we can repeat that same process on the other side. And now we can remove our final two hangers on our stock exhaust using an exhaust hanger remover tool.Now, before we get down to the install, it's gonna be important to note that you're not gonna be able to retain your factory valves with this kit. So, we're gonna have to plug in our actuator, that way we don't get a check engine light, and then we can zip-tie it up out of the way. We have a nice harness right up here, so we can zip-tie it to that harness. We'll just have to make sure that we don't zip-tie over the silver piece because this will still spin depending on the mode that you're in.So, I've bent back our heat shield to give us some more access up here. So, we'll take the wire for our valve actuator, plug that in, and it will push that tab down. And now I have a couple of zip ties put together. We can go up over our harness and we'll grab our actuator, making sure to stay away from that silver part that spins. And then we can do that same thing on the other side. So, now we'll just bring our heat shield back and reinstall our two seven-millimeter screws. And then we can take our seven-millimeter socket to tighten those down. So, now with our heat shield reinstalled on this side, we can repeat that same process on the other side, making sure to keep our actuators away from any moving parts or anything that can get hot.So, now for this kit, you're gonna have to cut your factory exhaust. So, we're gonna need on the driver's side 1.7 inches of straight pipe, and on the passenger side, 2.1 inches of straight pipe. So, it'd be a good time to grab your tape measure and your marker, and we can measure out where our cuts will be made. So, now we're gonna start on our passenger side. So, once again, we want 2.1 inches of straight pipe. So, instead of measuring from the weld here, we're gonna come out to about right here where our pipe straightens out. We'll get a tape measure down there, and then we can mark around 2.1 inches.Now, on our driver's side, we need 1.7 inches of straight pipe. So, it comes out pretty straight right here behind the weld. So, we'll start our tape measure there and mark down 1.7 inches. So, now with our lines laid down for where we're gonna make our cuts, you can grab whatever cutting tool you'd like. We're going to use a Sawzall and we can make our cuts. So, now once we have our cuts made, we can go ahead and come over to the grinder and clean up our edges.So, now with our cuts made and our edges cleaned up, we can reinstall our secondary cuts. So, we'll get it on here, get our nuts back in place, tighten those down, and then we can reconnect our O2 sensor. Then we can take our 15-millimeter socket to tighten our nuts down. And I'll get a normal hand ratchet on the other side. We don't have a lot of clearance. And then with our nuts tightened down, we can reconnect our O2 sensor, and then we'll push that white clip back in to lock it into place.So, now on our driver's side, we can reconnect our O2 sensor. So, we didn't end up having to take that out. And then we'll click that white pin back into place on this side as well. So, now on the other side, you can take our driver's side secondary cut, slide that over the edge, and then we can get a 15-millimeter socket on our clamp to tighten that down. So, now we can take our driver's side front pipe, it's gonna be labeled with an L and the other side is gonna be labeled with an R. The left and right as if you're looking at it from the back of the car. So, the L is gonna be our driver's side, and then we'll take a 2.75-inch clamp, slide that over the edge, and then we can raise that up into our secondary cut. And then we'll just get our clamp lined up and tighten that down with a 15-millimeter socket. So, now we can take our passenger side front pipe, it's gonna be labeled with that R, and then we'll grab another 2.75-inch clamp, slide that right over the edge, and then raise it up into our secondary cut. We'll take that 15-millimeter socket to tighten down our clamp.So, now we can install our resonator pipe. So, we're gonna take two of our 3-inch clamps and slide those over our front pipes, and then we can raise our resonator pipe up into place. And then we can grab our clamps and slide those into position and tighten those down with our 15-millimeter socket, and then we'll do the same thing on the other side.So, next, we'll be installing our X-pipe. So, we'll take two more of our 3-inch clamps and slide them over our resonator pipe, and then we can raise our X-pipe up. Now, the pipes coming off of our resonator are a little too close together, so I just took a pry bar just to separate them just a little bit so that we could slide our X-pipe over. So, now we'll install our hangers into our isolators. And now we can grab our two 3-inch clamps, slide those into position, and tighten them down with a 15-millimeter socket. And then we'll do the same thing with our other clamp and our 15-millimeter socket.So, now we can install our mufflers. So, we'll take another 3-inch clamp, slide that over our X-pipe, and then we can slide our muffler into our X-pipe, and then we'll get our hanger into our isolator. Then we can grab our clamp, slide that into position, and tighten that down with a 15-millimeter socket. So, now we can reinstall our hanger bracket. So, we'll slide that over our hanger first, and then we can get it on our first stud. So, now we can reinstall our two 15-millimeter nuts on the studs for our bracket, and then we'll take a 15-millimeter socket to tighten these down. And then we can repeat that same process on the other side. And now we can reinstall our brace. So, we'll be reusing those five 13-millimeter bolts, and then we can take our 13- millimeter socket to tighten these down. Just make sure all the bolt holes are centered in the bracket.So, that'll wrap up this review and install of the Borla Atak Cat-Back Exhaust with Black Carbon Fiber Tips for your 2016 and Newer Camaro SS Coupe with NPP Dual Mode or Quad Exhaust. Thank you for watching. And remember, for all things Camaro, keep it right here at

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      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features & Specs

      • Loud, Aggressive Exhaust Note
      • Improves Exhaust Flow for More Power
      • Straight-Through ATAK Race Inspired Mufflers
      • Mandrel-Bent, 3-inch T-304 Stainless Steel Piping
      • Quad 4-inch Carbon Fiber Tips with Black Anodized Centers
      • Proudly Manufactured In The USA
      • Cut and Clamp Installation
      • Compatible with NPP Dual Mode Exhaust
      • Fits 2016-2023 Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe with NPP Dual Mode Exhaust or Quad Exhaust


      Loud Aggressive Exhaust Note. Add a touch of Borla excellence to your Chevrolet Camaro with an "ATAK" Cat-Back exhaust system. Featuring acoustically tuned ATAK mufflers for a loud aggressive tone, this Cat-Back includes an X-Pipe cross over that adds a crisp, raspy race car growl to the sound of your Camaro's exhaust. Together this combination will be sure to be heard for miles around.

      Increases Power and Performance. Borla's ATAK Cat-Back Exhaust will not only wake up your neighborhood, but it will also wake up your Camaro's engine as well. By upgrading the restrictive factory piping to ultra smooth mandrel-bent tubing, along with high flow straight-through ATAK mufflers, you will significantly increase your Camaro's exhaust flow. As a result of this increased exhaust flow you will see a dramatic improvement in horse power, torque and engine performance.

      ATAK Technology. The included mufflers were engineered using Borla's ATAK (Acoustically-Tuned Applied Kinetics) technology. Delivering the highest dB (decibel) levels possible for a street legal muffler, ATAK mufflers are tuned like a graphic equalizer to shape and focus sound waves for optimum high-volume output, all while avoiding distortion and retaining clarity of sound. ATAK mufflers are ideal for those hardcore muscle car enthusiasts who prefer to hear the sound of their exhaust over the sound of their stereos.

      Premium Stainless Steel Construction. Borla manufactures their exhaust systems from premium 304 stainless steel tubing for superior strength and enduring corrosion resistance. Featuring ultra smooth mandrel bent 3-inch diameter piping and straight-through ATAK mufflers, this Borla Cat-Back will significantly out flow your Camaro's original factory exhaust system. This system also includes a pair of quad 4-inch carbon fiber tips with black anodized centers for impressive good looks.

      Cut and Clamp Installation. The installation of this Borla Cat-Back Exhaust system will require cutting and removing the stock factory piping. The new Cat-Back system will install in place of the old. Installation of this Borla Cat-Back can be completed in about two to three hours. This Cat-Back reuses the existing factory hangers for installation. Clamps and instructions are provided.

      Application. This Borla ATAK Cat-Back Exhaust with Black Carbon Fiber Tips is designed to fit 2016-2023 Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe models equipped with NPP Dual Mode Exhaust or Quad Exhaust.


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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • X-pipe
      • Driver Side Intermediate Pipe
      • Passenger Side Intermediate Pipe
      • Driver Side Muffler Assembly
      • Passenger Side Muffler Assembly
      • Clamps

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        • LS - 23
        • LT - 23
        • LT1 - 23
        • SS - 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
        • ZL1 - 23