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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after?? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; I have a '13 V that I just installed Axle back Corsa. Do I need to do anything to re-program ...
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    Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    I have a '13 V that I just installed Axle back Corsa. Do I need to do anything to re-program the back pressure? I am getting quite a bit of rumble (im sure mostly normal) but also a backfire now and again. Thanks in advance for the help.

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    Re: Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    Popping and backfires are normal, no adjustments needed. Enjoy the new music maker!

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    Re: Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    Thanks for the reply!!

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    Re: Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    You could tune the car to eliminate the backfire, but no need to. I actually like hearing them on mine.

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    Snap, crackle, pop.

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    Re: Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    Yep, don't mess with it. That's the sound of kicking a**. Tune will void engine warranty anyway. Definitely not worth it just for an exhaust. Get an Airaid CAI too (also doesn't require a tune) and then you'll pick up even more power and hear the nice blower whine.

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    Re: Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    Quote Originally Posted by ctsvsixpointtwo View Post
    I have a '13 V that I just installed Axle back Corsa. Do I need to do anything to re-program the back pressure? I am getting quite a bit of rumble (im sure mostly normal) but also a backfire now and again. Thanks in advance for the help.
    It's been a couple of days now, are you happy with the Corsa Axle Back? Trying to determine which system to install so I wanted to get your opinion of the before and after?

    Thanks!

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    Yes I like it a lot, it is not obnoxious while normal driving, but stomp on it and it screams!

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    Re: Installed corsa axle back, do i need to do anything after??

    It couldn't hurt to disconnect the battery for a few minutes so that way your car can begin from it's default a/f and timing tables, and if possible, it could learn and adapt somewhat to the new "flow."

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