‘Sound Off’ with Your Favorite DynoMax Cat-Back Systems and Save this Summer – UnderhoodService

‘Sound Off’ with Your Favorite DynoMax Cat-Back Systems and Save this Summer

DynoMax Performance Exhaust will offer enthusiasts a chance to save on their DynoMax cat-back exhaust purchase this summer through the "Sound Off" promotion. The "Sound Off" promotion offers $75 mail-in rebate for the purchase of any qualifying cat-back performance system.

DynoMax Performance Exhaust will offer enthusiasts a chance to save on their DynoMax cat-back exhaust purchase this summer through the “Sound Off” promotion. The “Sound Off” promotion offers $75 mail-in rebate for the purchase of any qualifying cat-back performance system.

The DynoMax “Sound Off” promotion – offered at participating dealer locations from March 1 through August 31, 2011 – is available on all DynoMax cat-back systems. High-performance DynoMax cat-back systems are available for a full range of muscle cars, diesel and gas trucks and sport utility vehicles and sport compact/European cars.

Each DynoMax cat-back system offers application-specific engineered sound and performance, often providing enhanced horsepower and flow. The latest DynoMax performance cat-back systems include all stainless steel construction in high-grade stainless steel to provide protection against corrosion and permanent discoloration.

For necessary rebate forms, visit www.DynoMax.com after March 1, 2011. All mail-in rebate forms and copied sales receipts must be postmarked by October 1, 2011.

All DynoMax systems are covered by a limited lifetime warranty and exclusive 90-day Performance and Sound Guarantee, an offer that lets enthusiasts try the system for 90 days. Consumers can return the product within 90 days for a full refund of its purchase price. Additional restrictions apply and can be found at www.DynoMax.com.

DynoMax Performance Exhaust products are manufactured and marketed by Tenneco Inc. DynoMax is one of North America’s leading brands of dyno-proven exhaust technologies for muscle cars, diesel and gas trucks and sport utility vehicles, and sport/compact/European cars.

For more information regarding the DynoMax “Sound Off” promotion, qualifying product lists, mail-in promotion forms or to locate the dealer nearest you, visit www.DynoMax.com.

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