Hard to tell when
it all began. The passion in two-stroke engines, and the
thrill of competition in the race track, was the main guide
for the building of the first examples of the exhaust
systems. The first pieces were a rude image of a racing
exhaust, the cones were cut by hand, welding was
amateuristic, various bits and pieces hand sawed and
hammered together. But the good initial results encouraged
us to continue with the development, so we constantly
enhanced the materials, the building technology and most
important of all, the knowledge of how a good performing
exhaust should be constructed, grew.
It's not an easy task to build a good exhaust. Physically it
goes under a lot of stress, a race engine makes a lot of
vibrations and the temperature changes are extreme. It has
to look good, everybody knows, that if it looks good, it
works good:) And due to the tricky nature of the two-stroke
engine, the exhaust has to work in sintony with the engine.
In order to
constantly improve the exhausts, we had to make a lot of
testing (and we still do today).
That's why we
have built on our own dynamometer, with which we can measure
te performance of an exhaust with high accuracy. The easy
use of it allows us to make many tests in short time, thus
compare our and other commercial exhausts.
Testing on race
track tells us how an exhaust performs in "real life".
That's why we follow and partecipate in the field of racing.
Mostly scooter cups and drag races.