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New Quill exhaust for Benelli Café Racer

Marc Abbott, 02 September 2010 14:00

This Evo 2 Road exhaust from Quill is claimed to add an average 10bhp and 6ftlb improvement across the rev range. It has a removable baffle and is made from stainless steel with a carbon outlet. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts It costs £359.99 (or £409.99 with a titanium sleeve). More info:

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New Yoshimura exhaust for the CBR600RR

Marc Abbott, 01 September 2010 11:44

Yoshimura's GP-Force end can is now available for the 2009/10 Honda CBR600RR. It features a removable baffle, which when removed is claimed to allow increased power and torque over stock. With the baffle in place both torque and power curves are identical to standard, as is the noise output at 93dB. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts It's available in four ...

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New Ducati exhausts from Silmoto

Marc Abbott, 31 August 2010 17:29

Hot new exhausts from Italian firm Silmoto are available in the UK, and this set of cans for the 848/1098/1198 are the latest to be launched. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts The road legal exhausts have removable baffles and catalytic convertor, and come with stainless pipes and carbon (pictured), aluminium or titanium cans. They make 80dB with the baffles in ...

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New £140 GP3 exhaust from Pipe Werx

Marc Abbott, 06 August 2010 11:24

British exhaust firm Pipe Werx has launched its new GP3 exhaust, which is available in a number of finishes and priced from just £140. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts The can is claimed to be lightweight and comes in a 300mm length as standard but can be built to customers' specific dimensions, as short as 200mm. The GP3 comes with ...

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Road-legal Yoshimura exhausts for Hayabusa

Marc Abbott, 26 July 2010 16:27

Yoshimura has just announced its latest range of road-legal dual-exit exhausts for the 2008-2010 Suzuki Hayabusa. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts Saving up to a claimed 10kg over the standard cans, they're available in stainless (£1230), black 'metal magic' (£1390), titanium (£1345), 'titan blue' (£1505) or carbon (£1598) versions. They're claimed to add power and torque throughout the rev range. ...

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Free upgrade to coloured ceramic exhausts!

Marc Abbott, 16 July 2010 11:53

Zircotec are offering MCN readers a no cost upgrade to one of their performance colour range of thermal barrier coatings. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts  This offer, available until the end of August, represents a 15% saving when buying a standard coating. Zircotec’s thermal barrier keeps heat within the pipe, lowering surface temperatures and radiant heat, so it may be ...

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New Leo Vince exhausts for Yamaha FZ8

Marc Abbott, 06 July 2010 12:08

Leo Vince has released three new exhausts for the new Yamaha Fazer 8 and FZ8, which they claim will give you less weight, better looks and improved performance.  Peak power is said to be up by 5bhp, while there are also small gains in torque. You can choose from the hand-welded GP-Pro megaphone (£388.25) or the SBK-Factory exhausts (£481.25 in ...

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What happens when I remove exhaust baffles?

Marc Abbott, 01 July 2010 10:24

I have just purchased a new GSX-R1000 K7 with dealer fitted Arrow cans with removable baffles. Can you please tell me whether it would harm the bike if I removed them. I have also read in the Arrow instructions about a connecting pipe without the stock cat convertor – are these OK to use and will it increase the power ...

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Arrow exhausts for Yamaha FZ8

Marc Abbott, 29 June 2010 09:31

Arrow has just released several slip-on exhausts for Yamaha’s new FZ8 and Fazer 8. The range includes the Race-Tech, Pro-Racing and Works exhausts. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts They’re all road-legal, with removable baffles. Arrow claims a weight reduction of 40% over standard and a maximum power increase of 3.7bhp, as well as improved torque. More info:

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Austin Racing exhaust nets 199bhp from BMW!

Marc Abbott, 14 June 2010 11:05

Austin Racing's new exhaust system for the BMW S1000RR is claimed to take the German superbike's power up to 199bhp ­- that's 6bhp more than an equivalent system from the firm's eastern European rivals. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts It retains the stock BMW headers (thus keeping the four balancer pipes and valves), and is currently being run by Joe ...

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