Standards and Quality

Cybox development engineers have been at the forefront of automotive exhaust design for more than 20 years. Drawing on this experience affords us the skill and expertise to craft the highest quality exhausts for road, competition and commercial applications.

All Cybox jig-built exhaust systems are manufactured to exacting specifications and thorough internal procedures:


Manufactured by us, to suit individual vehicles

Most ‘custom build’ exhaust facilities in the UK have access to a very limited range of silencer designs. As a volume manufacturer, we design and produce our silencers in-house rather than drawing off a limited stock bought in from outside sources. This means that we can provide an premium, zero compromise design solution for both direct fit and custom built exhausts, and ensure we achieve the best possible results for your car.

Pipe Bending

Mandrel Bending

The tube manipulation process plays a key role in exhaust production, and is often overlooked. We utilise mandrel bending techniques which do not distort or reduce the bore of the tube during the bending process. This requires specialist CNC machinery that is generally used for high volume production, and is rarely (if ever) found in a typical custom build centre where compression type bending is widely used.

The differences are not only visible in the quality of the finished product, but also in the performance of the exhaust.

Quality of Fit

Developed and tested in-house

We have a dedicated Research & Development team who are constantly updating product ranges with new vehicle applications. Vehicles are selected in direct response to customers’ requests and changes in market trends.

Once new markets are identified, donor vehicles are sourced and the development project is carefully planned to incorporate the following criteria:

  • Vehicle performance
  • Noise level
  • Durability
  • Ease of fitment
  • Emission regulations
  • MOT compliance
  • Price level

Only when a finished product has satisfied the above criteria and undergone a designated road-testing programme, will it be passed to go in to full production.

Please go to our ‘Current Vehicles Required’ page to find out what we will be introducing soon.