BBI Porsche GT2 RS 3D Printed Titanium Exhaust System
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The Porsche 991 GT2 RS is an advanced machine that requires upgrades of a matching caliber, and we are proud to introduce our BBI Autosport Porsche 991 GT2 RS 3.5” Titanium Exhaust System as an essential part of the BBI Autosport 991 GT2 RS Power Package. This system utilizes 3D printing to achieve unique geometry and design elements to ensure unrestricted flow and weight reduction. The 3D printed unique cross over provides smooth exhaust flow and the internal port balances the banks. The exhaust tip, also printed, replaces the decorative factory rings with a real part and incorporates elements from motorsport exhausts. The inner ring, for example, is used to lower decibel levels on race exhaust outlets.
This is not a road legal system. To be used off-road only. Designed for competition use only.
Full Lightweight Titanium Construction
11.9 lbs ( 5.4kg ) - 58% lighter than OEM ( 29lbs )
3D Printed Titanium Crossover with unique geometry to promote exhaust flow
3D Printed Titanium Tips for a “true” tip design with motorsport elements
Direct replacement of OEM Unit
Additive Manufacturing x BBI: AMBBi
BBI Autosport seeks out new technology to continuously bring the highest level of innovation, design and performance to the aftermarket automotive world. We have been working with Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing partners for several years to implement 3D Metal Printing in our product lines. With AMBBi, powered by Pankl in Austria, we are able to study and perfect the technology and find new ways to apply it. The 3D printing process opens endless possibilities for design of geometry, reduction of weight while increasing strength and efficiency. BBi has prototyped and developed a variety of products using 3D printed aluminum, Inconel and titanium parts. We are committed to research and further development of this and other technologies and hope to apply them to enhancing vehicle performance and dynamics. Learn more about AMBBi research, projects and partners at www.ambbi.tech