Renault Alpine 110 Active Valved Sport Exhaust by QuickSilver - QuickSilver Exhausts
Renault Alpine 110 Active Valved Sport Exhaust by QuickSilver

Renault Alpine 110 Active Valved Sport Exhaust by QuickSilver

May 15, 2020

These Sport systems is made from durable and higher grade 304 grade Stainless Steel with an asymmetrical design to be strong yet shave off unnecessary weight from the rear of the car, thus helping with all round performance. We have also designed this system to easily integrate with the stock tip so it remains housed within the rear valance of the car to keep the look.

For the all important sound in Sport mode this system offers the driver more volume within the cabin area as the factory system is heavily muffled. Along with the now compulsory cars gasoline particulate filters (which are retained) the sound was disappointing and dampened down the sporty nature of these fantastic cars. 

With our Active Valve open the exhaust gases take a straight pipe along the path with best possible flow which also gives a noticeable improvement in throttle response and sound. Then with the valve shut the gases are forced to travel 180 degrees through a silencer muffling the tone for more refined journeys. 

The valve itself is controlled via bluetooth using the drivers own device and can be switched from Sport to Normal mode just at the touch of button.

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