There’s a special feeling that arises when hearing an unleashed engine sounding true to its original purpose. That’s why we’re proud to present our new performance exhaust systems for the latest Mercedes-AMG C253 GLC 63 / S Coupe Facelift and W167 / C293 GLE 63 / S models. After the exhaust upgrade theAMG’s monster V8 biturbo engine sounds more aggressive and the note is peppered with pops without ECU remapping.
The exhaust has a dual characteristic thanks to our valvetronic technology that allows users to switch between Street and Race sound profiles. In Street mode valves are closed and offer a low profile drive, while in Race Mode valves are activated to produce a higher sound volume and AMG worthy performance notes. The sound volume in Race mode can be raised to 115dB, which is 15% increase compared to Street Mode. This incredible sound difference can be achieved with our complete catless system. And these exact measurements were taken on the Mercedes-AMG C253 GLC63 S Coupe Facelift model.
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Also available for these latest AMG SUV models:
X-Pipe design increases exhaust flow and increases sound pitch.
Exhaust valves are compatible with OEM motors and settings for activation.
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