As if thundering in any of the Sports Series McLarens isn’t already loud enough, there’s now a new Titanium SuperSports Exhaust from McLaren Special Operations’ (MSO) Defined range that emits louder and sharper exhaust notes.

The MSO SuperSports Exhaust is up to 5 decibels louder and comes alive as the twin-turbo V8 engines revs past 5,000 rpm. By using titanium instead of steel, and removing the resonator and mufflers for a unrestricted “straight-pipe” system, McLaren is able to save up to 4.8 kg on the entire exhaust system.

Not only is titanium known for its resistance to heat, it also enhances acoustic resonance where it prevents the purity of the V8’s roar from being suppressed and filtered.

As loud as it is, McLaren has ensured that it wouldn’t be intrusive inside the cabin. Booming sounds at lower engine speeds are eliminated so the practicality and everyday usability of your Sports Series is maintained.

McLaren Special Operation’s new “Chinaman-spec” McLaren 570GT

Its tailpipes are finished either in MSO Nano Clear or Nano Black ceramic coating. Not only is the material scratch-resistant, it also protects the exhaust against heat-induced discolouration.

Sports Series McLarens consists of models like the 570S Coupe and 570S Spider, 570 GT and 540 C.

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