Romeo Ferraris Offers Porsche Owners Three New Exhausts


The Milan-based tuners are offering bespoke exhausts to their Porsche clientele.

The renowned Italian tuning firm has come up with three new ways for Porsche owners to modify their exhaust systems. In fact Romeo Ferraris is providing a complete customization program, so that style, such as single and double outputs, and size can be altered upon request in order to create different sounds and notes. Porsche owners can also choose between stainless-steel and a Cargraphic-tuned titanium system by Akrapovic.

Drivers will be able to limit the discharge using adjustable electronic valves, while for the 911 Turbo a completely new system, 30% lighter than the standard exhaust, coupled with a sports air filter and a remapped ECU increases output by 70hp.

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