So, you’ve recently purchased the all-new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. And for most configurations, the turbocharged L3B four-cylinder engine punches out 310 horsepower and a stout 430 lb-ft of torque. However, it certainly doesn’t sound like it. So, Borla went straight to work with fixing this, and has recently debuted its new premium Cat-Back systems for GM’s latest midsized trucks.
The Borla premium Cat-Back systems were designed specifically for the 3rd generation Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. It features Borla’s S-Type sound level and gives the 2.7L engine a much-needed bark, though it’s still missing that deep V8 undertone. That said, the four-cylinder engine is still super impressive, considering what it’s capable of, and if you are interested, you can upgrade the exhaust system to give your pickup a louder disposition.
Customers can choose between a dual passenger-side exit and a high-clearance exhaust. The dual side exit features a single in and dual out configuration with two 4″ Black Chrome tips for a more aggressive appearance. On the other hand, those who intend to traverse areas that require additional clearance may decide to equip their trucks with the high-clearance Climber system. This system features a single-in and single-out configuration with a turndown tailpipe after the axle for additional clearance when off-roading and overlanding. Both systems guarantee a No Drone experience inside the cabin, so the driver and passengers should remain comfortable.
Each Borla Exhaust System is built from premium T-304 series stainless steel to give customers the best performance and durability possible. The pipe is 3″ in diameter for both systems, though the dual side system splits into two 2.25″ pipes. On top of that, Borla provides customers with a Million-Mile Warranty, which shows they have confidence in their products, which is always good. Pricing and availability are currently unknown for these systems, but if you are interested, you can contact Borla for more information.