Exhaust Construction typically involves designing and building the system of  exhaust pipes and components that guide exhaust gases from the engine to the rear of the vehicle.

This system includes components such as headers, catalytic converters, mufflers and tailpipes. The design of an exhaust system can impact engine performance, fuel efficiency and sound levels.

The 5 steps approach to constructing a T304 aircraft grade MIJ stainless steel exhaust system:

Step 1:
For all our exhaust pipework we use T304 stainless steel. The pipe’s are placed in our bending machine which our highly skilled technical engineers precision bend the pipework to your vehicles specific requirements. All the mathematical calculation measurements are taken throughout the process by our principal engineers to ensure perfect fitting to your vehicle.

Step 2:
We use the only highest quality TIG welding available in the market because it benefits our customers from superior quality welds and the precision of the welds can be controlled with low distortion resulting in a high quality finished product. Which maintains a genuine styled discrete look.

Step 3:
Our highly qualified technical engineers bring the TIG welded pipework, the resonator (middle box) and the rear muffler (back box) together. All the relevant sections are coordinated together to develop a precisely engineered exhaust system to precisely fit your vehicle.

Step 4:
Once the exhaust construction system is completed our principle engineers carefully check the axial co-ordinations and alignments against your vehicle to ensure a perfect fit of your new T304 stainless steel system. The technical coordinator then double checks the configuration to ensure an exact weight distribution of the system.

Step 5:
At the final stage the T304 stainless steel exhaust system is fitted by our highly skilled exhaust fitters. This process involves TIG welding of the brackets, alignment of the stainless steel tailpipes and an emission leakages and sound check.