TÜV Certificate

The TÜV quality certification is respected worldwide. It is awarded only to select companies that clearly demonstrate the ability to meet the highest standards for engineering, manufacturing, quality, and safety. This achievement is an important milestone in the company’s goal to build and certify the world’s finest quality automotive exhaust systems. Furthermore, this certification is also a confirmation of the constant betterment and high goals instilled in our production, engineering and quality control processes, yielding utmost quality products for our customers.

Bellow you can find the TÜV omologated exhaust systems.

TÜV Certificate

Capitalising on the design innovations and success of our 996 and 997 range, the starting point for designing the 991turbo exhaust had been set high. Our trademark perfect x pipe geometry, harmonically tuned silencer geomtery, Inconel 625, and our proprietry acoustic silencer packing materials result in a system that has become famous for that perfect sound. Zero drone, and a raised pitch raucious incindiary howl in higher rpms and hard throttle. The design is so perfect, that you can even run catless versions silently at cruising speeds, only unleashing that howl when you drive the car hard.

The seventh incarnation of the 911, the 991 turbo has taken some strikingly beautiful evolutionary steps. A wider wheel base, and improved axel to engine geometry significantly improve the weight distribution and cornering stability. additional composites and aluminium to further reduce weight, even the exhaust has been somewhat improved over the 997. So how much could we really improve over the factory exhaust? Quite simply remarkably!

The 997 turbo was our primary marque. After reviewing the factory exhaust, major flaws were pinpointed in all areas of the design, the sound being the most striking flaw. But also torque curves, peak power, and turbo lag were other areas that could be significantly improved, as well as a 65 percent reduction in weight.

Porsche 997 Turbo TUV
Porsche 997 Turbo TUV

The GT2, the pinnacle of the 997 range. the factory setup incorporates a titanium rear silencer section, so how could we improve on this? simply upgrading the material to formula one grade Inconel 625, the removal of the center chamber, addition of our trademark tight radius x pipe, and upgrading the catalyst section for 100cpsi HJS units, or decat sections for optimum performance.

The Ferrari F430, with its striking looks, and single plane crank V8 engine is a formidable supercar. Here at kline we decided to build the ultimate exhaust system for the F430. The criteria? simply to create an exhaust that acheived the best possible performance, sound and weight savings available.

Ferrari F430

Successor to the 360 Challenge Stradale, the Ferrari 430 Scuderia. The 4.3 liter V8, and 3.6 second 0-100km/h set the benchmark against which its contemporaries were measured. The Kline design criteria for the Scuderia, simply to produce an ultralightweight exhaust system, that would produce optimum torque and power gains, and craft and perfect the ultimate phonic experience!

The Ferrari 458 Italia has become the benchmark against which all modern supercars ar compared. Here at kline we decided to build the ultimate exhaust system. Our usual criteria was to create an exhaust of unparalleled performance, sound, and lightness.

The Ferrari 360, successor to the Ferrari 355, with the flat plane crank v8 producing 395 hp, and a 8500 rpm redline, the Ferrari 360 is a pure drivers machine. Although the exhaust note from factory is adequate, there is room for signifcant improvement, as well as compelling weight reducton.