Cobra Engineering unveils new exhausts in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb 18, 2011 - Cobra Engineering’s Tri-Pro two-into-one exhaust is made to give the Yamaha Raider increased performance gains when compared to the stock system. Its main feature is a round muffler that morphs into a tri-oval shape at the rear. There are also chromed heat shields at the headpipes. The exhaust meets MIC/SAE J2825 sound-testing standards, and is available in black or chrome, with a chromed aluminum V-tip.

The Fi2000 PowrPro with CVT (Continuously Variable Tuning) acts as a personal mini dyno that reads a bike’s EFI delivery at a minimum of 80 times per second to optimize air/fuel at throttle openings. This eliminates the need for “old-school EFI mapping mania and O2 sensor hassles,” the company says, as it continuously tunes the air/fuel ratio for optimum performance, in every gear.

Cobra is also introducing an accessory line for the Honda VT1300 Sabre, Stateline and Interstate. A light bar with integrated turn signals, a freeway bar, sissy bars, slip-on mufflers and more can be seen at the company’s booth in the General Exhibit Area.