| The Fujitsubo Ti exhaust weighs in at only 19.8 lbs for such a large muffler. Using such a larger muffler helps keep this NSX very discrete in sound as we putt around, but it still sounds beautiful when fully opened up. Upstream we also replaced the two heavy stock catalytic converters with lightweight, high-flow Random Technology units that further reduce weight as well as increase exhaust flow since the A/F ratio has now leaned out with just the cats.
| To keep the exhaust subtle, Fujitsubo decided to not stamp the exhaust tips wiht the "Ti" logo unlike all their other exhausts in the Ti lineup. The hanger tubing is all hollow to reduce weight as well as the machined flanges that are only thick around the bolt holes. The purpling of some tubing sections comes from the added heat of the 180-degree turn.
| Burns Stainless specializes in custom-built merge collectors that provide a smooth transition for each exhaust primary to collect into. The use of a merge collector is something typically done only in professional motorsports and is worth a noticeable gain in power and torque.
| Burns Stainless took our DC Sports headers and cut off the original collectors to be replaced with their merge collectors. The small expansion cone after the merge is also critical in increasing exhaust scavenging. Each collector is custom-built and designed for a specific engine's parameters to optimize flow.