Bolt on an American tradition with Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust Systems. The throaty roar and performance gains of these performance exhaust systems are unmistakably Flowmaster. Built from aluminized or stainless steel. 3-year & limited Lifetime Warranties.
Unleash the horsepower demons lurking under your hood with a power-packed Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust System. Engineered for unrestricted flow and a throaty growl, Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are all wrought from prime 409 stainless steel for lasting durability. Lifetime Warranty for Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust Systems.
Release the factory stranglehold and set your ride free with the MBRP Performance Exhaust System. Packed with the free-flowing power and sound that MBRP is famous for, this high-performance exhaust system is designed for one thing—taking the win!
Fire-breathing performance. Head-turning tone. Long-lasting materials. Borla Cat-Back Exhaust Systems deliver the power and style to win pink slips and earn street cred. Borla Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are crafted from pure T-304 stainless steel that’s mandrel bent and backed by a 1,000,000-mile warranty.
The affordable cat-back exhaust that doesn’t compromise on horsepower muscle or tough torque is none other than Gibson Cat-Back Exhaust Systems. Mandrel-bent piping cuts the backpressure out of your cat-back exhaust system, and the SuperFlow mufflers keep the rumble tasteful. Built from aluminized steel or 409 stainless. Lifetime Warranty.
Hate in-cab drone from old-school cat back exhaust systems? Corsa Performance Cat-Back Exhaust Systems use high-tech resonance cancelling technology to pump up your power without the obnoxious cockpit hum. Plus, Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are built from mandrel-bent stainless steel and carry a Lifetime Warranty.
Not sure which 2012 Chevy Avalanche Performance Exhaust Systems are right for you? We have over 7601 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Listened to a lot of videos on the flow master 50 series for Chevy trucks and they sound a lot louder in video then in real life. Also bought a k&n intake and installed it same day. It has a pretty good tone and all the piping fit perfect. It took about a week for the truck to get used to it. I had a huge lag in throttle response for about a week. Sounds good enough though I guess." —Tim Y from Blaine, MN bought a Flowmaster Exhaust Systems for a 2012 Chevy Avalanche.