Called ATAK (Acoustically-Tuned Applied Kinetics), this new technology produces the highest available dB (decibel) levels in the BORLA street-legal lineup, and is designed for high-performance purists who prefer exhaust notes over their stereos. The focus of ATAK is to pump the volume while retaining clarity of sound, avoiding distortion typically found in louder exhausts. With ATAK, the sound output is tuned like a graphic equalizer to shape and focus sound waves for optimum high-volume output.
The development of each ATAK system begins with extensive study of each vehicle’s acoustical properties. The technology is based on custom-tuned attributes of the internal muffler cores, which are calibrated on a vehicle-by-vehicle basis to deliver the most desirable sound. A complete technology overview with extensive video footage of launch, drive-by, and in-cabin sounds with a 2010 Camaro SS can be viewed at www.youtube.com/borla.
“The distance from the exhaust manifold to the rear bumper, the shape of the underbody shielding, the amount of ground clearance, all these factors affect the sound, and they’re different on each vehicle. With ATAK we take all this into account, and the result will blow you away,” says company Sales Marketing Manager, David Borla.
Several BORLA ATAK systems are currently available. For the 2010 6.2L V8 Camaro there is a Cat-Back systems (PN 140356 and 140378) and Rear Section (PN 11788) for models without the “Ground Effects” option, and a rear section (PN 11794) designed to complement the Ground Effects kit.
Like all BORLA exhaust products, each system is handmade in the USA by master craftspeople and features premium 300-Series high-quality austenitic stainless steel construction, ultra-smooth mandrel bent piping, mirror-polished tips, and a Million-Mile Warranty.
Borla Part Number: 140356
Product Type: Cat-Back Exhaust
Pipe Diameter: 2.5"
Tip Size: 4.5"
Tip Description: Single Round Rolled Angle-Cut Lined
Tip #: 35
Exit: Single Split Rear Exit