Toucan Exhaust Systems

Premium Rotax 912 compatible exhaust that fits any cowling!

Overview & Description

The all 304 stainless steel Toucan dual exhaust system is designed for the Rotax 912 and Rotax 912S series of engines. Recently featured in Light Sport & Ultralight Flying magazine, Kitplanes Magazine, and Ultralight News online, this innovative design features:

  • Bi-directional louvers & uniform pipe length to equalize back pressure
  • Innovative design eliminates the need for exhaust springs, and enables the mufflers and exhaust pipes to be rotated to fit virtually any application
  • The Toucan exhaust system meets or exceeds all Rotax specifications
  • One year manufacturer warranty



We designed the Toucan Exhaust System to be the best Rotax 912 exhaust on the market. The Toucan includes features not found on competitors' products, such as:

  • The Toucan Exhaust system is the lightest Rotax exhaust system on the market
  • Specialized bi-directional louvers and uniform pipe length equalize back pressure
  • Adapts to fit ANY cowling and aircraft
  • No drop in power output - some users have even reported a 2-3HP increase with the Toucan!
  • Easy to install & zero maintenance

Have questions or want to find out if we can adapt to your aircraft or configuration?

Toucan Exhaust & Add-on Pricing

Toucan Dual Exhaust

Tractor or Pusher

  • Includes Toucan Exhaust System (11 lbs)
  • 1-year/12-month warranty
All prices FOB Wautoma, WI. System billed at $1,125 with $300 credit upon return of exhaust flanges and sockets.

Silencer Pipes

Add-on for Toucan Exhaust

Tractor: $225
Pusher: $275
  • Reduces engine noise
  • No drop in engine power
  • No drop in engine power

Cabin Heater Muffs

Add-on for Toucan Exhaust

  • Corrosion resistant 6061-T6 design
  • Simple installation w/instruction manual

Customer Feedback

The Toucan dual exhaust system is very quiet. I have not noticed any change in power. I have taken several friends for a ride, they and myself were impressed with how smooth the Rotax engine ran in comparison to Tecnam's and the like with 4 into 1 systems . . . Thanks for all your help!

- Ross Evans