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Will fitting new pipes rob Fazer 600 of power?

MCN, 26 July 2010 14:06

Q. I have a 2002 Fazer 600, with K&N filter and Micron end can. I'm thinking of replacing the standard downpipes with a stainless steel set, but I've noticed that the replacement system has a larger bore and I've been told that this will decrease the midrange, which I really don't want to lose. Save £££s on motorcycle exhausts Is ...

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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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Arrow unveils new Dark Line

Rob Hull, 26 November 2009 16:17

Arrow has unveiled a new dark look for its aluminium silencer. Save cash on motorcycle exhausts Available for all the product lines where aluminium is listed, this new version of the silencers has been added recently, with a black-anodized finish. To match the new look, the Arrow-brand plate has been restyled also: on Dark Line silencers a grey/black plate replaces ...

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Milan Show: Termignoni for Ducati Multistrada 1200

Rob Hull, 11 November 2009 12:08

The Ducati 1200 Multistrada is the most talked about bike of this year’s Milan Show, and it gets even better with this beautiful Termignoni can. Browse exhausts for sale in the MCN Shop This stubby carbon fibre replacement for the OE part is beautiful and would really set off the Multistrada S Sport option.    There’s also a new Termignoni twin ...

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Tyga Performance release coloured-carbon silencers

Rob Hull, 02 October 2009 14:15

Tyga Performance is one of the biggest names for two-stroke tuning has just updated its massively successful silencer range. Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts As well as offering mild-steel and stainless expansions for bikes likes the Suzuki RGV250, Aprilia RS250 and Honda NSR quarter-litre category, two new silencer finishes are also available. The pipes are available in aluminium, carbon and ...

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Leo Vince GP exhaust on MCN's Suzuki Gladius

Rob Hull, 09 September 2009 11:38

It had to happen ­ the standard silencer has come off the little Gladis and has been replaced with a gorgeous hand-welded megaphone Leo Vince GP silencer (www.motogb.com) which cost £380. The difference in looks is drastic, and doing the mammogram-style hand-weight test showed a massive difference in overall weight ­ you¹d struggle holding the standard silencer in one hand! ...

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Scorpion support biker charity

Rob Hull, 21 August 2009 13:15

Scorpion exhausts have shown their support for the BHCB (Big Hearted Charity Bikers) by raffling off a voucher for one of their exhaust options. The British exhaust aftermarket specialists are long supporters of the charity group who, from the comfort of their own home and in their own time, organise a number of events throughout the year and donate the ...

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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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