Milltek Sport is a brand rooted in the VAG performance market for 40+ years. Based out of the UK, their brand developed from producing the highest quality performance exhaust systems for Audi and Volkswagen platforms, expanding their knowledge to cover other top brands such as Honda, Mercedes, BMW, Ford, Porsche, Nissan, and more, the list just keeps growing.
While their products are not new to the American market, and XLR8 has been a Milltek importer for years, they are finally making a move to the US. To celebrate the landing of their products stateside, Milltek alongside XLR8 are offering 10% off the entire catalog! Check out The Full Milltek Sport Catalog to find your fitment, and if you can't find what you are looking for, contact us to lock in the sale price on any of their products from now to Friday September 30th!
For those unfamiliar with the Milltek name, have you been living under a rock? Rooted in motorsports, their designs come from two main goals, designing an exhaust that will produce the highest performance gains possible, while maintaining a civil enough presence under daily use. The same attention that goes into squeezing every last ounce of horsepower out of a track made race car goes into their retail products plus some. While anyone can make a deafening exhaust, it takes years of knowledge to produce performance systems that can be enjoyed under any circumstances.
Whether it be a full turbo back system or simply an axle back unit, you can be assured that the Milltek name is carried throughout with their knowledge and reputation. The design that goes into Milltek resonators guarantees that you will get the noise when you want it, and a civil experience when you don’t. Pair that with industry leading downpipe ingenuity, and a name that is recognized across the globe from tuning communities and racing divisions, it is more than a safe choice, it is a guaranteed option that will have you getting the most out of your ride.
Through our experience, we have seen tuning companies and more use Milltek as a benchmark for their software testing, making it a go to option for a handful of options where the manufacturers do not produce their own downpipes. We think that speaks for itself.