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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-21-2014, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
 
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Deep sounding exhaust system for Chevy Impala

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Magnaflow created a deep-sounding exhaust system for Chevy Impala. It is manufactured to give more horsepower and torque to your vehicle than factory exhaust systems. Plus, this exhaust is good to fit 2012, 2013 models.

You can even listen the rich sound of the MagnaFlow Series Stainless Steel Cat-Back exhaust system just click on the link below:
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MagnaFlow® - MagnaFlow Series Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-21-2014, 11:09 AM
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These Impalas don't have cats. So a cat back makes no sense!

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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-22-2014, 04:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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The Cat-back is just a general name of aftermarket exhaust system, which includes: mufflers, piping, resonators and tips.

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Chevrolet made the Impala after the 60's?

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Chevrolet made the Impala after the 60's?

The Chevy Impala as a trim level was made from 1956 through 1985.

The Impala name plate was dropped in 1986 and didn't reappear until the introduction of the wrong wheel drive economy car came out with the Impala name again in the 2000 model year. There hasn't been a V8 powered Impala made since 1985.

In 1994 the Impala SS model was resurrected again as basically a 9C1 optioned police car with a much, much nicer interior. Unlike the Blues-mobile it did come with catalytic converters, and it didn't like regular gas either. This unsuspecting hot rod (it had the LT-1 reverse flow fuel injected 350 generation two SBC under the hood, that folks hot-rodded by installing aftermarket parts on and the red Corvette LT-4 engine covers) surprised a lot of people as it out ran the 305 Camaro of the day and a lot of other cars. The 1994-'96 Impala SS was a model and not a trim level, as you couldn't get the smaller 305 engine or the L-6 even if you wanted it in the Impala SS.

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The Chevy Impala as a trim level was made from 1956 through 1985.

The Impala name plate was dropped in 1986 and didn't reappear until the introduction of the wrong wheel drive economy car came out with the Impala name again in the 2000 model year. There hasn't been a V8 powered Impala made since 1985.

In 1994 the Impala SS model was resurrected again as basically a 9C1 optioned police car with a much, much nicer interior. Unlike the Blues-mobile it did come with catalytic converters, and it didn't like regular gas either. This unsuspecting hot rod (it had the LT-1 reverse flow fuel injected 350 generation two SBC under the hood, that folks hot-rodded by installing aftermarket parts on and the red Corvette LT-4 engine covers) surprised a lot of people as it out ran the 305 Camaro of the day and a lot of other cars. The 1994-'96 Impala SS was a model and not a trim level, as you couldn't get the smaller 305 engine or the L-6 even if you wanted it in the Impala SS.

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I am well aware. I just don't consider anything after the 60's, really after 65. I now own a 66 which baffles me, I'm trying to figure out what exactly am I driving down the road.
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