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New Remus exhausts for Honda VFR1200

Marc Abbott, 05 March 2010 10:31

Remus has announced three new Hexacone exhausts for the new Honda VFR1200F. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts The stainless steel cans range from £379 to £422 in price and the lightest of the three is claimed to save over 3kg. Full details coming soon.

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New Arrow 'dark line' exhausts launched

Marc Abbott, 26 February 2010 14:09

Arrow have launched a new range of 'Dark Line' aluminium exhausts. We reckon the black sleeves and dark badge are decidedly tasteful. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts They're available for countless models, and priced from just £230. For the Z750 pictured here there is a huge claimed weight saving of 4.35kg, and a small increase in power accompanied by improved ...

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Yoshimura slip-ons for big GSX and CB1000R

Marc Abbott, 24 February 2010 15:46

The new Suzuki GSX1250SA sports tourer and Honda's super naked CB1000R both gain power and lose weight as a result of Yoshimura's slip-on cans. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts The GSX slip-on, identical to Yoshi's 1250 Bandit exhaust, is claimed to save at least 3kg over the standard can and net a modest power gain. It's available in several finishes: ...

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New Laser exhausts for BMW R1200GS

Marc Abbott, 17 February 2010 11:53

Laser have released four new exhausts for the 2010 BMW R1200GS. The Duo-Tech slip-ons cost £382 for inox, and £520 for the titanium version, while the HotCam DS slip-on costs 540 is titanium and £600 in carbon.       For more info, visit www.buster-accessories.co.uk

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New Yoshimura exhaust for Honda Hornet

Marc Abbott, 17 February 2010 11:50

Yoshimura's new slip-on for the CB600F Hornet features a newly designed stainless steel Tri-Cone end cap, and midrange and peak power are claimed to be improved over stock with the baffle in place, with further gains once it's removed. There are also small weight savings over the stock can's 2kg bulk. The new exhaust will be available in stainless, titanium, ...

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New GSR600 exhaust released

Marc Abbott, 12 February 2010 12:16

Taiwanese firm Guang Rong (no, we haven’t made up the name) have just announced details of their new exhaust for the Suzuki GSR600. It’s claimed to add just over 2bhp right at the top end of the rev range, and 1.4ftlb of torque a little earlier – at just above 10,000rpm. No claims are made as to the exhausts road-legality, ...

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Akrapovic exhausts for new Kawasaki Z1000

Marc Abbott, 10 February 2010 15:30

Available in either megaphone or hex road-legal versions, or as a full system, these new Akrapovic exhausts are claimed to add plenty of power and save weight – more than 14bhp in the case of the full system. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts See this week's issue of MCN for more pictures and full details.

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Where can I get exhaust packing material?

Marc Abbott, 19 January 2010 17:16

Q. I have extracted the pipe baffles out of the tail pipe of a Suzuki TS250L and noticed the wadding has completely disappeared. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts Can anyone recommend a suitable replacement, or where I may be able to pick up an original?Jason Warren, MCN technical forum A. Look in your yellow pages for an exhaust place near to ...

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Why is my Firestorm exhaust 'pinging'?

Marc Abbott, 19 January 2010 17:08

Q. I have had my Honda VTR1000 for a season now and it started pinging after just a few months of use. I have all the original parts except that famous baffle removal thing that really enhances the sound of the V-twin. Save money on motorcycle exhausts I noticed that the pinging has increased since I did the bafflectomy. Can ...

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Shifting corroded nuts and bolts

Marc Abbott, 12 January 2010 14:41

Q. I want to replace the standard exhaust system on my 34,000-mile Kawasaki ZX-9R with an aftermarket system, but all the fixing nuts and bolts are corroded solid. Save cash on motorcycle products I managed to get the larger collector box nuts off with WD40 and a long extension on the socket, but I'm wary of tackling the 6mm thread ...

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