With the push of a button on your IPE remotes it allows you to switch between modes; open, close or auto.
The automatic mode will open/close the exhaust valves based on predetermined RPM range or turbo pressure, so you don’t have to manually switch all the time – you can also customise your own automatic mode to your preference!
Depending on the vehicle, modifications, and tunes you have, opening valves allow the exhaust gas to flow more freely, as it does not have to pass through any muffler. And with the valves being closed, it can retain the back pressure at low rpm, and maintain the torque that is usually lost with straight piped exhaust systems.
Boasting more than two decades of expertise within the industry, iPE exhaust systems are meticulously crafted using top-tier aerospace materials, including T304 Stainless Steel and Grade 1 Titanium.
In the process of engineering cutting-edge exhaust systems, our dedicated research and development team initiates the journey by fashioning a prototype. This is followed by a rigorous sequence of standardized tests to guarantee the highest quality and unparalleled precision.
The size of the exhaust pipe is a crucial factor influencing the quality and effectiveness of an exhaust system. In theory, larger pipe diameters can enhance horsepower performance, particularly at higher RPMs. However, it’s important to note that a wider diameter isn’t always the optimal choice. Excessively large diameters can introduce turbulence and issues with exhaust outflow, ultimately leading to a loss in low-end torque.
The right pipe diameter is essential to facilitate more efficient exhaust flow, potentially yielding increased horsepower at higher RPM levels and enhanced torque at lower RPM levels. Consequently, iPE customizes exhaust systems for each vehicle, tailoring the exhaust diameter to the specific requirements of the vehicle to ensure the utmost precision and peak performance.
The TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding technique:
TIG welding is an electrical welding process designed for melting and uniting metal pieces. Originating in the 1940s, it found its initial application in the aerospace sector. One of the foremost advantages of TIG welding is its capability to effectively join very thin materials that might pose challenges for other welding methods.
TIG welding results in welds that are not only stronger but also exceptionally clean and flawless, especially when working with thin materials. Our skilled welders maintain precise manual control over both the filler metal and heat output, thereby minimizing disruptions to the adjacent metal. What sets iPE apart is our welders’ extensive experience in back-purging, a technique that ensures the production of cutting-edge exhaust systems.