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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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Underseat exhausts without the hot bum!

Marc Abbott, 15 December 2009 09:52

Zircotec's ceramic coated exhausts are claimed to offer strong thermal protection to rider, pillion and panniers. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts The makers even claim that, by applying a Zircotec ceramic coating to your exhaust system, there will be no need for heat shields. To protect yourself, your pillions and panniers from heat damage, you can now send exhaust components ...

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Scorpion can fitted to Bandit 650

Marc Abbott, 19 August 2009 11:24

I've just fitted a £239 road-legal stainless oval Scorpion can. Doing it myself proved to be relatively painless experience, which involved the simple extraction of the standard exhaust, replacement of the centrestand bracket (with a new one that comes with the Scorpion can) and the equally simple bolting on of the new can. I have to say that I really ...

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How to extract a weathered header pipe bolt

Marc Abbott, 18 June 2009 09:44

If your socket just spins on the bolt, don't panic! Go for a run on the bike to get it really hot, then when you get back leave it ticking over for 5-10 minutes. Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts You'll need a 12mm multi-sided socket. Hammer this over the bolt head and then attach the socket driver and slowly and ...

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GPR exhaust for easy-going KLX250

Marc Abbott, 29 May 2009 17:08

Kawasaki’s KLX250 off-roader can now be improved with the addition of a road legal GPR hand-made aluminium can for only £249.00.  There will be a full system to follow for those who want to get the max out of their KLX. Power and weight loss gains are unknown at present.

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