Creating the perfect sound for your exhaust is something Borla Performance Exhaust has been working hard to do for many years. They are well-known for their many different exhaust components and systems, and seem to have a leg up when it comes to exhaust technology. Their newest product is no exception; so let’s look deeper at the new Polyphonic Exhaust Harmonizer by Borla.
The idea for the development of this part came from VP of Sales & Marketing David Borla, who had quite the career in the music industry as a composer and producer. David had the idea to mimic the idea behind pipe organs, and worked with the R&D team to find out what that might sound like on a car exhaust.
Within one main pipe is four other pipes that work in harmony to provide a rich and full-bodied sound. After the exhaust flows through the harmonizer, the mufflers take over to further enhance the sound that leaves the tailpipes. Borla thought this would be a perfect enhancement for their Touring, S-Type and ATAK systems. There is no limit to the combination of pipe size, so Borla can tailor each system to best complement the engine it will be working behind.
This Polyphonic Exhaust Harmonizer is only featured on certain exhaust systems, and will provide a whole new kind of exhaust note. For now, expect to see them available for the Ford Focus RS, Fusion Sport, Dodge Challenger, Infiniti Q60S, BMW M3/M4, and Honda Civic Type R. Expect to see more applications rolled out by Borla over the next few months as they fine tune the technology for additional vehicles.