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Old 06-27-2020, 05:11 PM   #1
kreh
 
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Is it Possible To Mod Into An Active Exhaust??

So I have been looking to buy a V6 Camaro, used off of CarGurus and it is very hard to find one with an active exhaust or NPP, and if I do find one with it, chances are it doesn’t meet my other requirements for the car. The exhaust system I am planning to get has a variation compatible with NPP, is there a way I can mod the car to have controllable valves? And if so, how would It work, I know if the model of the car I get doesn’t come stock with the NPP, there is no controller for it in the center system.
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Old 06-27-2020, 05:25 PM   #2
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So I have been looking to buy a V6 Camaro, used off of CarGurus and it is very hard to find one with an active exhaust or NPP, and if I do find one with it, chances are it doesn’t meet my other requirements for the car. The exhaust system I am planning to get has a variation compatible with NPP, is there a way I can mod the car to have controllable valves? And if so, how would It work, I know if the model of the car I get doesn’t come stock with the NPP, there is no controller for it in the center system.
There are remote switches, that people have wired in, to be able to disable the NPP, causing it to stay open. This would allow you to choose between full open, and full closed, but would be controlled manually.

If you are wanting the system to be controlled automatically, like the cars equipped with it from the factory, I would assume you are looking at reprogramming the head unit, at minimum, if not replacing it.

You would also need to run the wiring, as well as purchase the NPP valve bodies and motors, for either setup to work.

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