I did the baffle bypass as a stop gap until I can get the Corsa .
The bypass is kinda novel/neat but not the same as a good Corsa. You get way too much interior drone and Corsa is the best I have ever seen at dealing with that. Also, Corsa will look better than the stock exhaust and based on my experience with my C5 and C6 Vettes it will not throw all that dust up on the bumper that the stocks do.
The Corsa on my SRT is the best sounding exhaust I have ever owned.
I have the Corsa on my XLR and I know Bob`s XLR V but the switch for the baffle is best to do to have two sounds of the car.To each is own..............I just turn the baffles off when I get on the freeway. Really saves a lot of money since I bought at $100k
Correct....The V is loud when the baffles are open but there is a drone that did not exist with Corsa and the tone was much better with Corsa.
If Corsa develops a kit for the V, it may very well still include the baffles, otherwise how would the Corsa application on a V differ from any other XLR?
I'm probably a player for the Corsas on my V and hope I can keep my "Mild to Wild"
It sure does turn heads when sitting at a light or cruising through a parking lot. I was sitting at a iight and a convertible was next to me. The guys next to me where drooling and said, bitchin car." I then turned the baffles wild and they said, "hey, how did you do that." I told them I just put the car in race mode. "Wild," was the reply............I said, "exactly".