P G W Engineeringspecialise in custom motorcycle exhaust systems and fabrications in stainless steel and aluminium.

Founded in the early 1990s by Peter Weller of Brixham, P G W Engineering operates from a unit in Paignton, Torbay, Devon. With over 30 years of experience, Peter is able to manufacture a variety of stainless steel exhausts to fit almost any motorcycle.

  • Experienced in TIG welding of stainless steel, aluminium and mild steel he is also skilled in the repair of damaged castings and engine casings. See the gallery of repair images in the tab above for some excellent examples of PGW repairs.
  • Alongside the manufacture of exhaust systems, Peter is also able to manipulate sheet aluminium to create various fuel and oil tanks; find examples in the Tanks tab at the top of this page.
  • Peter is able to fabricate in tube as well as sheet metal and you can find some sample images in the gallery above.
  • Commissioned customer builds are also accommodated by PGW Engineering and Peter welcomes inquiries for any custom work desired – you may find inspiration in some of his previous work which is showcased in the Custom builds gallery.
  • Exhaust systems are a specialty of PGW Engineering and Peter is able to work to customers’ requirements and specifications to create bespoke and replica systems. He is able to offer a variety of finishes such as satin, polished and works style and has an excellent reputation for creating quality systems for a variety of bikes. Examples of these can be found in the Exhausts gallery under various sub-sections depending on the type of bike.

Showcasing the Honda Fireblade

1995 Honda Fireblade which has been completely restyled to 1960’s style café racer for a south coast based customer. The bike features one off polished aluminium fuel tank, C.D.S steel tube sub frame clad in hand-formed aluminium panels, modified stainless down tubes with 4 into 2 Moto GP style cans. Also features aluminium seat with Frenched rear stop light and tan suede seat cover, expertly executed by a local company called VonZeti. The project has evolved over the last few months by working with the owner to achieve the final look for the bike – overall we are both very pleased with the outcome.