The system is made by hand at their factory in Britain using only Type-304 stainless steel. In order to increase gas flow, Milltek has chosen to use 3-inch pipe (76.2 mm). This maximizes power and torque, but without producing resonance into the cabin at normal motorway speeds.
The standard system was developed to meet the so-called TÜV certification, which imposes certain restrictions on noise levels. Here, Milltek focused on "clarity, quality and tone their system produces." There's also a cat-back system that offers more power gains, ideal for racing applications, but not road-legal.
Fans of the Leon Cupra will have probably already noticed that there's something different at the back of the car. When it leaves the factory, this speed machine has one oval pipe on each side. Millltek knows that looks matter, so they give customers more choice: either Quad Round GT80 tips or Dual Oval. Both styles are available with either the shiny Polished finish you see in these photos or in the stealthy Charcoal Black Velvet finish.
If you want to know how this aftermarket exhaust would fit your car or simply want to peek under the skirt of this sexy Spanish car, make sure to check out the photo gallery below. We'd go for the quad system – easy choice.