A lighter weight system that has more efficient flow and shows a noticeable improvement in throttle response whilst enhancing that sports car sound.
The system is designed to work with the engine, so at lower revs the sound remains relatively civilised and at higher revs it provides more presence and volume.
- Wonderful deep muscle rich sound.
- Stainless Steel mandrel bent tubing.
- Improved throttle response.
- Retains original tips to keep the look.
We’ve properly installed the Quicksilver exhaust system and have been driving around for about two days now. I am meeting a friend on Monday next week to see if we will be able to get some high quality videos of the system –will keep you posted if I manage to get any clips.
Anyway, both my father and I are very pleased with the Quicksilver exhaust system...!
Personally, I am rather ‘OCD’about aftermarket exhaust systems and, admittedly, I rather dislike aftermarket exhaust systems that take away the car’s characteristic exhaust note and simply give it a ridiculously loud, screaming exhaust note. While this may work for certain cars, say, a car with a naturally aspirated V12 that already has a F1-like, screaming characteristic (e.g. Lambo LP670-4 SV), it would be a pity to hear a throaty and meaty AMG V8 (or, perhaps, Aston Martin’s previous generation naturally aspirated V12) sounding like a screaming V12.
This particular Quicksilver exhaust system retains almost all of the characteristic AMG V8 tone, while adding a subtle Quicksilver touch to give it more emotiveness. It also makes it a little louder, but keeps it well within the range of remaining classy with absolutely zero drone. In fact, I tried driving the car in “Comfort”and I could barely hear a difference until and unless I brought it close to the red line; on the other hand, the difference was much more obvious when driving in either “Sports”, “Sports+”or “Manual”.