Are titanium exhaust tips worth it?

As a hardened material, stainless-steel exhausts are manufactured to the highest quality. Titanium, on the other hand, this metal is perfect if you’re looking to eliminate stains, rust and corrosion, providing you with an exhaust that lasts. When it comes to quality and performance, the titanium exhaust is unbeatable!

Do titanium exhaust tips change sound?

As we’ve stated, unfortunately, an aftermarket exhaust tip won’t actually do anything to alter the performance of your car; however, it will change a couple of things. Most notably: the sound. Installing a new set of exhaust tips will make your car produce a stronger, more powerful sound.

Is titanium better for exhaust?

Titanium exhaust systems are approximately 40% lighter in weight than stainless due to the fact that titanium is much stronger and requires less thickness in the material for comparable strength. This weight savings when the ENTIRE exhaust is made up of titanium can add up to a good bit of weight.

Do titanium exhaust tips make your car louder?

For the most part, the answer is no. The primary reason drivers install a set of exhaust tips is for the enhanced appearance the tips provide—not to make their vehicle louder.

Do titanium exhausts crack?

Your exhaust. It can get way hotter, almost 2000 degrees up near the engine. Because of this, I have seen several titanium exhaust systems develop cracks on and near welds.

Why do titanium exhaust sound better?

Aside of being extremely lightweight and strong, there is also a noticeable difference in sound when comparing Titanium to your standard Stainless Steel exhaust system, this is because Titanium is less dense than steel allowing it to produce a more exotic “Metallic” sound.

What are the benefits of titanium exhaust?

In high-performance systems, titanium is about 40% lighter than steel. Titanium also produces a different sound than stainless steel and gives the vehicle a unique characteristic. One consideration is that because titanium exhausts often have thinner walls than stainless steel ones, they are often louder.

Do titanium exhausts rust?

However, titanium exhausts make a better choice than stainless steel ones in terms of reliability. Unlike stainless steel, titanium is not corrosive, won’t rust, and won’t stain. In terms of longevity, titanium wins out with ease.

How much does a titanium exhaust weight?

The COBB Titanium Exhaust is right at 24 pounds assembled. This is less than half of the Stainless Steel counterpart!

How do you handle titanium exhaust?

It is very important to clean the exhaust system thoroughly after installation, as any dirt or debris will later be burned into the exhaust system. A contact cleaner can be used to clean the pipes, while for the titanium muffler outer sleeve we recommend using a multi-purpose spray lubricant (WD-40 or equivalent).