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NEW BMW F800GS GPR Powercone

Marc Abbott, 18 October 2010 15:53

This new Powercone exhaust from GPR for the BMW F800GS is claimed to add 2.7bhp without requiring any engine remapping. Handmade in Milan, the exhaust is fully road-legal, is claimed to save more than half the weight of the original can, and also features a removable db reducer (held in place with a circlip) and a removable baffle. Get the ...

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20% off GPR exhausts

Marc Abbott, 18 October 2010 15:45

To celebrate the launch of their new website GPR exhausts are offering 20% off all their exhausts and free UK delivery for a limited period only. Managing Director Arthur Macdonald says, "the new site has been designed with ease of use in mind and carries the full range of GPR exhausts. Get the best deal on motorcycle exhausts with MCN ...

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New Yamaha R1 exhausts from Harris

Marc Abbott, 14 October 2010 11:04

Harris Performance have new stainless steel/titanium slip-ons for the 09/10 Yamaha R1. They have removable baffles and a carbon heat shield for the left hand pipe. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts There are designed to work without re-mapping, but Harris say that dyno set-up will achieve the best results. The silencers with carbon composite heat shield cost £599; you’re looking ...

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New Remus exhaust for Super Tenere

Marc Abbott, 06 October 2010 14:05

Remus have released this new Hexacone exhaust for the new Yamaha Super Tenere. The road legal can with removable baffle is available in stainless steel (£370) and titanium (£413) versions, and is claimed to add 7.5bhp without requiring remapping, and to save at least 1.6kg in weight. There’s also a two-year unlimited mileage warranty More info: www.performanceparts-ltd.com. Get the best ...

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Can I remove my Z750's stock exhaust valve?

MCN, 29 September 2010 14:00

Q. I really need to make my 2007 Kawasaki Z750 louder as they hear my son’s GSX-R coming, but not me following. So I’m looking at a replacement can, but what’s to be done with the device fitted to the OE can? Find a used Kawasaki Z750 for sale It’s got two cables running to it, and I’m worried it ...

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Arrow exhausts for Ducati Monster 796

Marc Abbott, 27 September 2010 14:18

Arrow has just released new slip-on exhausts for the Ducati Monster 796. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts Available in two versions -­ black anodized aluminium or titanium with a carbon end cap -­ the exhausts are road legal and can also be fitted to the Monster 1100. Stainless steel collectors are available for the 1100, and a road legal catalytic converter ...

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Why is my Blackbird exhaust steaming?

MCN, 03 September 2010 16:05

Q. I have a 2001 Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird that seems to run fine. What concerns me is that when I start up from cold the right-hand silencer emits water vapour almost immediately, while the left pipe only starts to “steam” after a few minutes. Both pipes clear soon after, but does this indicate a problem with the two right-hand ...

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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: www.quillexhausts.com

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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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