Hear the roar with the Revolution Porsche exhaust silencer bypass
One of the things that sets a Porsche apart from ordinary cars is the noise of the engine, the roar as you accelerate that reminds you of the brand’s performance pedigree. But, if your Porsche is of a recent vintage, you may need an exhaust silencer bypass to create the right sound.
Modern Porsches can hardly be described as Lexus quiet, but the engineers have followed the automotive industry trend for lower decibels. The volume and tone of the sound has changed, and some Porsche enthusiasts believe that has taken away a little of the cars’ character.
At Revolution Porsche we offer a solution to the problem, in the form of an exhaust silencer bypass modification for just £250 plus VAT.
Our experienced technicians will fabricate steel pipes to fit to your car’s existing exhaust system, bypassing the silencer box and giving your Porsche the kind of deep growl that every true sports car should have when accelerating.
While you can look forward to an exhilarating soundtrack while accelerating, you won’t have to put up with the car being excessively loud on long journeys, as the noise is similar to pre-modified levels when cruising.
The video above shows a Boxster before and after the exhaust bypass – you can really hear the difference.
The video above shows a 1997 Porsche Boxster 2.5 belonging to one of our customers, after we had carried out the bypass.
The exhaust silencer bypass has no effect on emissions, so it is legal and should get through an MOT without any issues.
There are more expensive alternatives available to improve the sound of your Porsche, such as having a full sports exhaust system fitted, and we are happy to carry out that work as well. But, we believe the exhaust silencer bypass modification will give you the best value for money – and a great result.
To book your Porsche in for an exhaust silencer bypass or to discuss the mod and the alternatives with one of our experts, call Revolution Porsche on 0113 468 6020 or contact us via the website.