McLaren 720s Ceramic Coated Sport Exhaust and De Cat Pipes - QuickSilver Exhausts
McLaren 720s Ceramic Coated Sport Exhaust and De Cat Pipes

McLaren 720s Ceramic Coated Sport Exhaust and De Cat Pipes

November 23, 2020

QuickSilver Exhausts have developed and can supply a proper exhaust sound for your McLaren 720s.

Sport Exhaust: A lighter less restrictive sport exhaust rear section which integrates the banks with smaller diameter cross pipes resulting in a more balanced yet intricate note which compliments and exaggerates the the cars sound. The system produces an almost race car like sound track. The exhaust is also ceramic coated to lower engine bay temperatures, improving overall performance.

DeCat Pipes: A pair of ceramic coated straight through pipes which allow the car to breath, all the sensor bungs remain in their original place. These pipes add a crisper higher pitched note throughout the rev range whilst improving throttle response and work especially well when fitted with our sport system.

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