We’ve developed an Exhaust System for the Renault Megane RS. In this video we explain the process of new developments and chat to Just Being Hayden who kindly provided his car to us for development.
I LIKE TO KEEP A NICE FLOWING ENGINE…
I’ve got a Megane RS 250, the exhaust fits on various Megane models, the 250, 265 275 and I think the trophy has a similar kind of set up, so I think my exhaust variant fits all those models.
I’ve always liked it when I own a car, to not have it muffled. I don’t like putting in loads of resonators or loads of silencers. I like to have it pretty flowing, if it’s too loud then one back box and just go from there. That way, you can just hear the real sound of the car.
THAT’S WHERE THE JOY IS…
I like people to listen to my car, so if I drive past some kids or some car enthusiasts, I try not to burn off down the road but to rev it so they can hear it.
I’ve known Adam from when I had the Vauxhall. I’ve always seen his exhaust and thought oh my god, these welds are just proper and bespoke, the pictures were great.
So even in six months, you will get the car up, and those welds will still be looking pukka.
IT DEFINITELY SOUNDS A LOT RASPIER AND THROATIER…
It definitely sounds a lot raspier and a lot throatier, I think the main thing is going to be when I stick the de-cat on it, it’s gonna be mental.
I mean it’s pretty loud now so when I get the de-cat on it and the backbox out its gonna be crazy.
I’m looking to get it mapped, hopefully, this month so it will be, de-cat on, lowering springs, suspension off, intercooler then I’ll go and get it mapped in Leeds. Should be fun!
I think it feels faster, it’s got a smaller silencer on the back, so it’s allowing it to breathe better and because the silencer is smaller it definitely sounds better!