McLaren 650S and MP4 Get Flame Spitting Top Exit Exhaust System

McLaren 650S and MP4 Get Flame Spitting Top Exit Exhaust System

One of the best parts of designing a mid-engine supercar is the designer’s ability to sculpt aggressive lines and expressive design elements in the final production car. Supercars allow more pleasure compared to normal consumer goods which are built to stricter and more profitable standards. In recent memory, one of our favorite design elements is the flame-sparking top exhaust exhausts of the limited-edition McLaren 600LT. Until now, the 600LT or McLaren Senna was the only way to get superior exhaust exhausts on your McLaren. Fortunately, a Taiwan-based company now offers superior exhaust systems for your McLaren MP4 and 650S.

Building an exhaust for a McLaren is a little different from your typical aftermarket exhaust construction. In a McLaren supercar, tolerances are tighter, temperatures are higher and customers expect more. This challenge was undertaken by two companies who collaborated on the exhaust and carbon fiber components necessary to move the exhaust to a higher mounting location.

To accommodate the new upper outlet exhaust, the Zacoe firm designed the carbon fiber exhaust trim and the bumper now without exhaust. The new trim has been designed to improve performance while preventing the exhaust from igniting parts of the car. The intelligent valve exhaust system is developed and produced by Frequency Intelligence (FI). This system allows the engine to breathe better thanks to its shorter length compared to the stock while allowing the customer to control the noise level thanks to a valve system inside the exhaust.

Smart engineering and attention to detail make it the perfect exhaust system for owners of McLaren MP4 and 650S who are tired of these production supercars. A much stronger exhaust that shoots massive flames, I can’t imagine that you will get bored very quickly. If you’re in the mood to quit the driving experience, just press a button and calm your flame thrower on the road to noise levels that you can endure for long periods of time.

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