Golf R Mk 7.5 Sounding So Good - QuickSilver Exhausts
Golf R Mk 7.5 Sounding So Good

Golf R Mk 7.5 Sounding So Good

May 07, 2020

Our Highly anticipated and developed Sport Performance Exhaust System for the coveted GOLF R 7.5 has arrived and doesn't disappoint.

 

From the front our 76mm mandrel bent 304 Stainless Steel section with built in Helmholtz chamber gives optimum flow whilst the Helmholtz quietly reduces intrusive cabin drone.

For the rear section we have designed an A symmetrical valved system. When the valves are shut the gasses are forced back through a silencer to reduce the level of sound for more discreet journeys. With valve open the gasses share the silencer with a more direct free flowing route. This creates depth of tone throughout the rev range resulting in a rich sound that pops and burbles on the over run and cold start.

The Valves are controlled by our industry leading 'Sound Architect' module which resides in the the boot area using a 12v socket for its power supply. The module is then directed by our APP on a chosen device so the driver has ultimate control of when and where to deliver maximum sound. 

The system is finished off with our trademark 100mm matt genuine carbon fibre quad tail pipes which fill the rear valance perfectly and offer a unique look over stock.

Check out our growing range for the GOLF R




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