Difference between stainless steel exhaust and titanium exhaust

Exhaust gas is a very important part of the engine peripheral equipment, so modified exhaust is the mainstream of the modified car above, modified exhaust not only allows the exhaust to discharge more smoothly, but the sound can also arouse your desire to drive. In the exhaust of the material is also different, the mainstream of the market with stainless steel and titanium alloy of these two kinds of metal material. But the general modified car friends will choose stainless steel exhaust, because the stainless steel exhaust is the mainstream, while the price of titanium products is too high, the average consumer more difficult to accept. Not only the material is not the same, but they also have some differences, the biggest difference between titanium and stainless steel has 3:


Stainless steel, about one-third lighter than the original weight, however, titanium alloy material, or even reduce by half or more, while the rigidity of titanium alloy to be higher than stainless steel. So most of the players seeking the ultimate lightweight titanium exhaust will choose.

Heat dissipation

Titanium alloy heat dissipation is much higher than stainless steel, titanium alloy can withstand the exhaust temperature than stainless steel, but basically all of the exhaust can withstand very high exhaust temperature, this you can rest assured.

Sound quality sound waves

As the titanium exhaust wall is very thin (good stainless steel exhaust system material thickness are generally around 2mm), so when the exhaust gas waves, the sound will be relatively high-pitched, bright and harsh. The stainless steel exhaust sound waves relatively low-key and thick, the sound quality tend to whisper route. The sound of these two materials have their own advantages, completely personal preferences.