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New LeoVince exhaust for KTM Duke 690

Marc Abbott, 27 May 2010 13:15

LeoVince have thrown away the restrictive stock silencer and catalyst and replaced it with their new SBK-Underbody exhaust.  The new exhaust is claimed to weigh 20% less than the stock can, bolts to the standard chassis mountings, and connects to the stock downpipe flange. There are carbon-fibre heat shields at the front, while the tail section has an angled carbon-fibre ...

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New Arrow exhausts for R6 and S1000RR

Marc Abbott, 11 May 2010 13:55

Arrow have just launched their new GP2 titanium silencer for the Yamaha R6 and BMW S1000RR.   The exhaust is claimed to be much lighter than stock but is not road legal. It costs £373.42 More info: www.bandcexpress.co.uk

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New Yoshimura exhaust for KTM Superduke

Marc Abbott, 26 April 2010 16:53

Yoshimura’s new twin RS-3C slip-ons are the first exhaust to come out of the legendary tuning firm for a KTM road bike. Improvement in power over stock is claimed to be 2.52bhp (up to 109.85bhp from 107.43bhp), while torque is much the same as stock. Yoshimura also claim to remapping is necessary. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts The RS-3C comes ...

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New Laser exhausts for VFR1200F

Marc Abbott, 23 April 2010 10:39

Laser has announced several new exhausts for the 2010 Honda VFR1200F. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts They range from £340 to £620 and are claimed to add up to 5.4bhp to the power output of the all-new sports-tourer. More info: 01792-224470 or www.on2wheels.com

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New 'intelligent' exhaust baffles

Marc Abbott, 08 April 2010 12:28

Although only available in the US at present, these baffle look pretty interesting. The Quiet-Riot Auto Sensing Exhaust Baffles reduce noise at idle and low cruising speeds, making it easier to pass through town without attracting unwelcome attention. There's what the makers call: "a unique active element that moves in response to exhaust pressure" to make it less restrictive in ...

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How to clean titanium exhaust pipes

MCN, 29 March 2010 16:32

Every wondered what the experts say is the best method of cleaning your titanium pipes? Save £££s on motorcycle cleaners Quill exhausts reckon: “Give them a good wipe down with thinners, then spray and wipe down with Mr Muscle window cleaner - but make sure it's the ‘with added vinegar’ version as that's the dog's danglies". That’s that one sorted ...

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New Remus cans for VFR1200F

Marc Abbott, 17 March 2010 16:35

Remus has launched a new range of Hexacone road-legal exhausts for the new Honda VFR1200F. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts All three cans come with removable baffles, plus a carbon inlet and outlet. The titanium version costs £422, the carbon exhaust is £433, while the stainless steel can will set you back £379. They are claimed to save between 2.8kg ...

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Termignoni for all!

Marc Abbott, 17 March 2010 16:20

Termignoni exhausts used to be the sole preserve of Ducati owners, but that's all changed now with a deal for Pirelli to distribute them in the UK for any kind of bike, from maxi scooters to super nakeds. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts Prices vary, with a road legal titanium or carbon exhaust for the Yamaha YZF-R125 costing £338 and ...

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Bos exhaust gives S1000RR true 200bhp potential!

Marc Abbott, 10 March 2010 14:39

Dutch firm Bos has developed a MotoGP style slip-on silencer for BMW’s 193bhp S1000RR sports bike, claimed to boost power by up to 6.6bhp. The firm also claims a significant weight loss over the standard set-up. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts There’s a removable baffle to keep it road legal, but this can be done away with for extra power ...

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New Mivv exhausts for Z750

Marc Abbott, 08 March 2010 16:19

Mivv has announced the first of its new Ghibli exhausts, for the Kawasaki Z750. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts There will be titanium and stainless steel versions. Both come with removable baffles, and Mivv claim a 2.9bhp power increase and 3ftlb torque hike. More info: www.brspecialtuning.co.uk

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