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RENNtech is a Capristo Exhaust dealer and they offer some very nice systems for the Bentley.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or to place an order.

Continental/Super Sport Cat Back System- $5899.00

This back pressure monitored exhaust system with two exhaust valves for the Bentley Continental and Continental Super Sport is made of high quality 1.4828 (T309) stainless steel.

This high performance valve system includes:
• A high performance valved exhaust set (catback)
• All mounting and fitting hardware

This sports exhaust combines all advantages in both the lower and higher range of revolutions (rpm), since the back pressure can be exactly controlled to enable the engine to gain the maximum performance.

Optional (Not included):
• Programmable On-Board Remote Control Kit -
(You can select the remote control in the “Make Your Selection” field located above the “Add To Cart” button)
• Secondary Cat Delete Test pipes

The programmable control unit includes a built in limit prevents reaching dangerous pressure levels, and provides the ability to individually program the back pressure one would like to have the valves open or close.

The portion of back pressure resulting in a loss of performance is filtered out. This way, one can reach the maximum performance.

The programmable control unit features an illuminated display showing all functions in plain text in 3 different languages (German, English and Italian) and provides 3 basic modes to be operated via the programmable remote control, which are:

Cruise mode – the exhaust gas valves open later
Sports mode – the exhaust gas valves open earlier
Open mode – the exhaust gas valves remain open
In both the cruise mode and sport mode, one can individually program when the exhaust gas valves shall open. One big advantage is that the control unit recognizes the driver’s operation characteristics. If the driver accelerates aggressively, this is identified by our device by the kind of back pressure that is generated, and the exhaust gas valves open immediately. Usual acceleration results in a later opening of the exhaust gas valves.


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