Herrod Motorsport in conjunction with its' supply partners has been undertaking an extensive testing regime, to meet ADR (Australian Design Rule) compliance in both sound and emission on various performance enhancement products.
"By having the 'green' ticks our customers can be ensured and be confident that Herrod enhancement products meet all the necessary noise and pollution regulations," says Herrod Motorsport Managing Director, Rob Herrod.
With environmental issues continually in the forefront of the media, it's vital that the motor industry play their part to make necessary improvements. Herrod Motorsport will be seeking ADR approval on any new and relevant product.
In achieving ADR approval, Herrod Motorsport products also receive the EPA tick. The ADR has been specifically designed for the motoring industry for compliance of noise and pollutions emissions however, it s incorporate the basics of the EPA testings.
In the process of ADR approval is the Herrod Motorsport complete exhaust system which includes the cats, headers and system. To be ADR tested in the near future will be the Herrod Motorsport/SCT Flash Tuner, Helix Spacer, Cold Air Induction System, K&N Air Filter and the Power Snorkel.
"It's extremely important to us that we give our customers the satisfaction that we only fit products that meet with relevant requirements or relevant legislation."
"After being in business for over 30 years, it's essential that we keep up with the requirement within the industry and we see the 'green' ticks as doing just that," Rob says. "By going 'green', this now makes it a fundamental segment of our business."