Research and Development

Our R&D department is in a brand-new facility in Monticello D’Alba (CN), Italy in a 1,500sqm total area.

All LeoVince exhaust systems and silencers are designed, developed, tested and homologated in this location by our team of highly specialized technicians.

The entire development of every LeoVince product is done internally in our R&D department, equipped with all the machinery necessary for the various phases of the process: from the 3D modelling to the manufacturing of prototypes, from dyno testing to homologation.

Our technicians are trained to handcraft prototypes with the best available materials, from titanium to carbon fiber, from stainless steel to the highest performing aluminum alloys; in our R&D department we are equipped to weld titanium in a vacuum welding chamber, laminate the carbon fiber in an atmospherically controlled room and carry out the reticulation process of the carbon fiber products in an autoclave dedicated to the development of prototypes.

In the LeoVince R&D department, besides all the standard tools for the manufacturing of prototypes, we have the following equipment:

  • Dynojet motorcycle test bench
  • Superflow motorcycle test bench
  • Titanium vacuum welding chamber
  • Carbon fiber autoclave
  • CNC pantograph for composite materials cutting
  • Pass-by-noise testing equipment
  • Hydraulic tube cropper and deburring machine
  • CNC hydraulic tube bending machine
  • CMM for the 3D measurement of our exhausts
  • Professional oscilloscope
  • 4 motorcycle benches

We also internally perform all the necessary tests for the homologation of the exhaust systems, using our "Pass-By-Noise" equipment and working in collaboration with the most important European homologation authorities to always be in line with the latest requirements and the current regulations.

The marketing material is created internally by our marketing team; in our R&D department we also have a photo studio where we can photograph the products we just developed and record the unmistakable sound of the LeoVince exhausts.