What Goes Into Your Jardine Exhaust Pipe?

Ever wonder what goes into making that Jardine exhaust pipe you’ve got on your bike or ATV? There’s a lot going on behind the scenes that you may not know about, so we’ll give you an inside look at what goes on day to day in our Corona warehouse:

1. R&D

The original concept for new products comes to life in our R&D room. Our engineers and designers come together to create a product that is both high quality and high performance. Long hours are spent in R&D testing, altering, and re-testing until that perfect fit is achieved, and once a design is settled on, it’s on to the next stage – production!

2. Production

At Jardine, we use the latest technology in making our products: high tech CMM and Vector Infrared Tracer machines that copy prototypes to the same specifications used by NASA, automated punch presses, and CNC tube cutters and benders that manipulate metal quickly and accurately. With this complex machinery, we’re able to repeatedly produce all the components necessary for a flawless exhaust pipe.

3. Assembly

Once all the pieces are made, it’s time to bring them all together! Assembly includes polishing, plating or coating, and the final quality check to make sure there were no defects in the process. Once it’s passed inspection, the pipe heads over to packaging, where they box and prepare it for shipping.

4. Shipping

Shipping is the final part of the process. Our shipping department works hard to ensure that our pipes make it to their destination, from dealerships and factory race teams to your motorcycle or ATV at home.

With over 50 years of experience, a skilled, hard-working staff, and bleeding edge technology, we’ve found a way to consistently make superior products, and we’re only getting better as time goes on!


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