Exhaust Welding

Custom Exhausts

At Infinity we custom build exhaust systems to your specification from only the best T304 stainless steel which we have been doing since 2002. It does not matter if you own a modified, prestige, classic or standard vehicle, we can make an exhaust system for you.

Our free flow stainless exhaust systems help improve performance, engine response and fuel efficiency. All our stainless systems come with unrivalled lifetime warranty and excellent aftersales service.

Photo of an Audi TT RS with a custom exhaust
Photo of a custom exhaust back box

Quality of Service

Here at Infinity we pride ourselves in producing the best quality custom exhaust systems on the market alongside excellent customer service and unrivalled after-sales.

We only use the best quality T304 stainless steel and our free flow custom bespoke silencers are made in house to ensure excellent build quality.

All you need to do is a quick google search to see how well recommended our services are by traders, performance tuners and classic car owners. All of our custom made products are backed up with unrivalled aftersales and our industry leading lifetime warranty.

Trade and Clubs - Systems

At Infinity Exhausts we deal with a lot of trade and clubs. We are highly recommended by the traders that use us, from classic car restorers and local garages to performance tuners and haulage companies. With regular traders we offer great discounts and fast turn around times so that you can keep your customers happy.

We are linked with many different vehicle owners clubs and offer discounts on full cat back systems to those clubs happy to share our company name across their website or forum.

If either of these options are of interest to you please feel free to contact us to discuss your needs, we will be more than happy to help.

Latest Infinity Exhausts News

  • Powerflex supplied and fitted

    Here at Infinity we don't just do exhaust systems. We also supply and fit Powerflex bushes at great prices. Powerflex are world renowned for making bushes that help improve your handling and reduce braking instability. A great addition to any fast road or track car package. Please feel free to contact us for a quote.

  • Porsche club review

    Another great write up for Infinity, this time from Tony Parker and his 968 hill climb car at PorscheclubGB.com. You can read the review in this months Porsche post magazine. Thanks alot Tony.

  • Jaguar Enthusiasts - Correspondents review

    Great Review from Wayne Pearce, check out the latest issue of Jaguar enthusiast, Page 72, Vol30 No.9. Jaguar enthusiasts magazine can be contacted on 0117 969 8186

    "The XKR has never sounded like a V8, as though the V8 sound had deliberately been designed out by Jaguar. Lots of investigations were carried out as to how to enhance the vehicle's exhaust; omitting the rear silencer boxes was fairly quickly dismissed as a fairly high cost, low merit proposition. The original Jaguar exhaust is a five box system; the front box is a twin with 2.25" bore feed. The system following is 2.0" bore, with awful flattened sections traversing the rear axle system. Further research and dialogue caused me to home in on Infinity Exhausts of Bristol (www.infinity-exhausts.co.uk). Their operation is fronted by Ross, and the work was carried out by business owner Martin and two further engineers, taking about 3.5 hours. Infinity have been in operation for more than twelve years, and are not part of a franchise or chain; they thus all take great pride in their work which can only be described as art combined with engineering excellence. Much discussion took place on design criteria; the remit was essentially to retain a quiet vehicle (inside!) free of drumming and resonances, but to release the V8 burble, and to provide an accompaniment to supercharger whine at higher revs; the car needed to have the sound of an AMG or an Aston Martin. The car was assessed with only the original Jaguar front box left in place, and quite simply the sound was poor and over-deadened by the baffles. It was decided that the new stainless steel system would be a straight-through twin front box, with one further straight-through box near the rear of each of the rear twin pipe sections; thus a three box system. (Such placement of the back silencers avoids that naked look when those rear boxes are missing.) The system was bigger bore at about 2.25" internal diameter throughout its length, and was very carefully shaped hydraulically to maintain smooth curves without any flattening over the axles! The stainless steel used was of substantial thickness, ie heavy duty and high quality. The tailpipes were finished with round 3.5" trim. The work done at a very competitive price was excellent, and driving the car it is clear Infinity knew how to interpret customer requirements. The car remains quiet but you are now aware that it is a V8. On heavy acceleration there is more growl. I suspect "quite a few more decibels" to the rear, but remaining respectable, dignified and Jaguar-like internally (even with the windows open). Essentially at high revs and under hard acceleration is sounds as it should like a V8 muscle car. Of course the system has lifetime of vehicle guarantee, and Martin and Infinity cannot be complimented enough on the artwork and styling of this system to such a complex shape. The system will clearly have a lot less back pressure and I would judge that fuel efficiency is improved by about 10%"

    "I will certainly use this car a lot more from now on"

  • Practical Classics Mag at Infinity

    Check out this months Practical classics magazine for some cool modern classics and a write up of Infinity's system build on an MGB running a GT6 lump in the staff car section.

  • Fast Ford come to Infinity

    We were really excited to have Jamie from Fast Ford Magazine in at the start of the month with his Mondeo ST220 project car. He was looking for a custom system that had a nice growl but not annoying on his long journeys to shows. Of course Infinity could cater for this and you can check out a double page write up in the July issue of Fast Ford Magazine which is released on the 17th.