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Akrapovic wants to help your Toyota Supra sing louder

Akrapovic wants to help your Toyota Supra sing louder

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Following the likes of Milltek Sport and HKS, Akrapovic has launched its own exhaust system for the new Toyota Supra. 

According to the exhaust company, the entire system is made from lightweight titanium, meaning after extended period of use, the tailpipes will likely turn into a violet-blue hue as the heat of the exhaust react with titanium. It is not known how much lighter the system is compared to the stock set up. Of course, with a freer-flowing exhaust, power output is also expected to be increased.

As an option, the exhaust system can also be fitted with an optional Sound Kit which will allow drivers to adjust the volume of the sound on the fly.

For those who want to make even more power, adding the company's stainless steel Evolution link pipe set might free up some more horse.blog-0523268001563964062.gif.552a0d06c6fc91bcd5826d275338c1e8.gif.d786d50a40c2d998c8cc36eaeb6a4a93.gif

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