With a complete rolling chassis and a rough outline of the aerodynamic fairing, Hennebert then enlisted exhaust specialists Akrapovič, which created a custom titanium exhaust system for maximum power. Incredibly, the Scout's engine power has been increased to 130 hp without making any internal modifications—though it does get a lot of help from the nitrous oxide injection system, racing ECU, direct intake, and a Power Commander. Getting all that power to the tarmac is a chain drive (rather than the stocker’s belt) and a quickshifter to ensure quick and precise gear changes; Beringer Brakes supplied the complete 4D Aerotek braking system to haul the sprinter down from speed. The 4D system features two 230mm discs per caliper for increased power over standard single discs. Beringer also supplied the handlebar controls and buttons, and helped CNC-machine many of the parts designed by Hennebert.