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Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • Range Rover Evoque gets a New Look Exhaust

    Range_rover_evoque_sports_exhaust_fitted-5Cobra Sport continues to add to its hugely popular range of performance exhausts with the addition of the Range Rover Evoque. The Evoque continues to grow in popularity and was a natural candidate for the Cobra Sport treatment. Aesthetics are what this car is all about and the Cobra Sport Dual Exit exhaust system enhances the car from its original version into a meatier model that definitely looks ready-for-action.

    This exhaust not only ramps up the visual appeal on the already stylish SD4 (3 & 5 door) Evoque, but also serves as an exhaust conversion for the TD4 models which currently house a single exit exhaust as standard. With choices of either polished stainless or BLACKOUT tailpipe finishes, in either 4” round inward rolled or inverted styles this really gives the Range Rover Evoque a more grown up look.Cobra Sport’s engineers carefully assessed the exhaust design to ensure that the upgrade wasn’t going to impede the cars classic appeal and the result is certainly pleasing, with only the slightest of decibel increases from the OE exhaust. As with all Cobra Sport Exhausts, the system benefits from mandrel bent tube, with TIG welded joints and is crafted from grade 304 stainless steel throughout rather than a lesser quality mild steel which is sometimes used, in fittings and joints on other systems. You can therefore be assured of only the best quality in a Cobra Sport exhaust system.

  • Fiesta’s 1.0L Eco Boost Packs a Punch!

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    Fords exciting little Fiesta 1.0L Eco Boost is a real punchy little number that is just crying out for an exhaust upgrade to add to all the fun. The team at Cobra Sport were able to work their usual magic and create a stainless steel exhaust worthy of the car’s sporty reputation. The results are pretty amazing, if we do say so ourselves! But don’t just take our word for it, get involved and buy one and let us know what you think!

    As we realise everyone is individual in their tastes for sound, we have created the exhaust system to come from the Catalytic Converter backwards in both a resonated and non-resonated versions. This allows those in need of some extra drama to opt for the non-resonated system and those seeking a more subtle enhancement to go with the resonated option. With the OE system, on tick over, coming in at 62dB, the resonated option at 75dB and the non-resonated version at 79dB, both variations will add a more noticeable soundtrack. As always Cobra Sport haven’t left the visual appeal of the system go unnoticed, adding a smart twin 3” (76.2mm) tailpipe shaped to follow the clean lines of the Fiesta’s rear valance, which really enhances thevehicle’s aesthetic appeal.  The usual Cobra Sport refinements come as standard, CNC mandrel bent tubing and precision TIG welding on all joints, with the entire system being hand finished, using grade 304 stainless steel throughout.

  • Live on Motors TV - Max5 Racing

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    The season got well underway for Roddison's Racing at Silverstone at the end of March with the Max5 Racing Championship being aired live on Motors TV. Cobra Sport have been a long standing sponsor of Roddison's Racing who develop race type MX5's. Peter Jarvis adds "We have worked together on on many research and development projects over the years and pushed the vehicles limitations beyond all expectations. We make a very efficient team." CobraSport will be supporting Roddison's Racing  team again during 2015 Championships.

  • 2015 BTCC Season Launch

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    The BTCC season was launched with a massive event at Donington on 24 March 2015 attended by the national press and TV media. The Cobra Sport team went along to support AMD Racing and their driver Mike Bushell. Cobra Sport is one of their main sponsors for the 2015 season.

    The first race of the season then kicked off at Brands Hatch over the Easter weekend. After a somewhat troubled pre-season due to illness, Mike's performance improved considerably throughout the weekend's three races. The final race saw the reigning Clio Cup UK show his potential with an assured performance in which he fought wheel-to-wheel with the likes of former champion Jason Plato before taking the flag in eleventh place.

    Most importantly, that third race saw Mike cross the line as the best placed rookie driver and having been second rookie home in the earlier two races, he emerges from the weekend as the early leader in the Jack Sears Trophy – with an impressive trophy being the reward for his weekend’s work.


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