SEMA 2011: Bring Your Exhaust to Life with Team Lawson

An inside lookt at Lawson's Rush and Insynerator Mufflers.

The folks at Team Lawson make just about any exhaust system part you can possibly think of – everything from OEM replacement mufflers for daily drivers, to mondo stainless tips for your diesel truck, down to the gaskets to keep it all sealed up. Basically, if hot exhaust gasses flow through it, they have it.

Team Lawson showing off the new ways they have to "bring your exhaust to life" at SEMA 2011.

At this year’s SEMA show, Team Lawson was showing off several new products meant to “bring your exhaust to life” including their Rush and Insynerator performance muffler lines. The Rush series mufflers feature a fully welded design centered around a straight-through perforated core, and are made of 409 stainless steel. The Insynerator line of mufflers are high-flowing chambered designs made of heavy gauge aluminized steel, and come in a variety of popular sizes to cover almost any custom application you can dream up. Team Lawson sells axle-back exhaust systems for 05-10 Mustangs, and 10-11 Camaros in both the Insynerator and Rush muffler lines that come complete with stainless tips and welded on hangers. And if you’re really looking to bring the sound to life in your late model Mustang or Camaro, take a look at their Bullit axle backs with 5-inch glasspacks.

Need some huge exhaust tips for a custom exhaust build? Lawson has you covered.

Lawson was also displaying their new line of QuikCat Catalytic Converters, designed for easy installation. The Quikcats don’t have a neck and are much easier to weld onto the existing piping. Lawson’s Quikcats are made of 409 stainless for years of rust-free use, and some lines even carry “True OBD II” EPA approval.

Lawson's EPA approved QuikCats.

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Clifton Klaverweiden

Clifton has been a car fanatic since his late teens, when he started the restoration of his '67 Camaro. He considers himself a student of automotive science and technology, and particularly loves all things LSX. And, although he has an appreciation for everything, from imports to exotics, his true passion will always be for GM musclecars.
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