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About Supersprint
A Tradition of Excellence Built Upon Quality and Performance

Supersprint Inc. was formed in 1955 with the objective of designing and building the highest quality exhaust systems in the world. That objective has been the driving force behind each Supersprint product from the first system built to those being developed for the future. When you purchase a Supersprint product you can be assured it is the highest quality available.
Supersprint Products are Designed for Peformance and Quality

Every Supersprint system has been researched, designed and tested to insure additional power and to enhance overall performance. All design is validated by extensive testing which includes hours of dyno testing on Supersprint's Maha 4-wheel chassis dynamometer. In fact no other exhaust manufacturer, race team engine testing department or car manufacturer has the performance evaluating experience of Supersprint.

The Supersprint dyno performs over 1,000 test runs a year on a full range of automotive brands. We evaluate each manufacturer's sports car models and all engine versions available.

"This includes; 4 cylinder, V8, V10 and V12 engines with peak power ratings ranging from 4,000 to 9,000 RPM. Engines with 2,3,4 & 5 valve head designs, turbochargers, superchargers are tested as are normally aspirated, factory stock, and heavily modified engines. From the diminutive 54 hp. Fiat Cinquecento Sporting, 490 Hp modified “fire breathing” Dodge Viper, to the 4 wheel drive Subaru Impreza and Mitsubishi Lancer 2.0 liter rally race cars, Supersprint has experience designing and building the worlds highest quality exhaust components."

We at Supersprint are often called upon to provide closed-door dyno testing for the worlds top racing teams. Private teams and factory teams alike depend upon the extensive knowledge of Supersprint to prepare for, world class, rally and road race events.

All this experience provides the Supersprint staff with a database of powerband information unequaled in the industry. Information that contributes to the design and production of each and every product we produce.
Supersprint Designs for each Individual Application

Requirements of stock low volume street engines are much different from high revving, high horsepower race engines. Road race applications are also much different from off road applications. Supersprint treats each situation individually to produce the best possible part for the intended use.

Custom road racing applications require hand made, thin wall stainless steel tubing to produce the highest and most useful power from the lightest system. For demanding off road use Supersprint utilizes heavy gauge steel for resistance against rock and gravel impact. Whether for street or race use, Supersprint researches, designs, tests, and builds for real world power and long lasting, quality construction.

Unlike the countless competitors Supersprint has seen come and go, since 1955, Supersprint does it's homework on the dyno, the street and the track. Our extensive knowledge has been earned on thousands of cars around the world.

This knowledge provides Supersprint with the uncanny ability to extract power from engines when other exhaust manufacturers can only produce higher noise levels. Supersprint products are developed around scientific knowledge not assumptions.

Other manufacturers are happy with larger diameter tubing, restrictive silencer design, increased noise levels and chrome tips to lure customers.

But our commitment to performance and quality prevents such an approach. Instead we at Supersprint design and build around each engine's performance characteristics. Exhaust flow rates and velocity are dramatically increased by Supersprint designs while still retaining factory OEM diameter tubes. We know it is actually easier to loose horsepower through misuse of larger diameter tubing and badly designed silencers.

Each component from header to tailpipe is accurately tuned and suited to each particular engine by Supersprint engineers.

A critical balance between lower back pressure level and flow rate must be ensured for optimum performance. When Supersprint develops a system for a new car, hand built prototypes are made and extensively dyno tested, rebuilt and re-tested.

Combinations of tubes and perforated cores with outside diameter ranging from 32mm (with 2mm. 3mm, and 5mm increments in size) up to 76mm are utilized for best results. Nothing is assumed. Only modifications that create proven performance in mid-range torque, and top end power increases, qualify for final production. There is no make-do engineering at Supersprint.

The quality of a Supersprint system also includes meeting sound emissions restrictions. All Supersprint street legal systems meet the stringent requirements of TUV testing for quality, design, construction and sound emissions.

Supersprint recommends the use of complete systems (header, center & rear muffler) to achieve the highest performance gains.
Supersprint's Design Quality

The final Supersprint product reflects the pride of the entire organization. Each system is manufactured to exact industry leading standards of excellence. When you look at a Supersprint product you can see the attention to detail, the quality materials, precise welds, rather than crimped seams, and the superb finish. It's obvious Supersprint produces one of the best exhaust system in the world. You can truly see, feel and hear the quality, now and for years to come!
Supersprint Race Systems

For weekend sport driving sessions at the race track or the occasional club race, catalytic converter replacing silencers and tubes are available for even more performance. These systems carry all gas metering devices just as OEM parts do and can be combined with our straight center tubes (no silencers) for race car sound and performance. The Supersprint race systems (Group A) with “oversize tubes” are recommended exclusively for use on race cars, or street cars equipped with heavily modified engines (larger engine displacement, extreme cam timing, turbo conversions, and more). These systems are not legal for street use, but can be easily replaced with original parts for everyday driving.