Jardine GP-1 for sportbikes
New from Jardine is the GP-1 for sportbike models. Available in slip-ons and full systems, the GP-1 range is said to be easy to install and gives streetbikes a boost in styles and sound. The company says that the exhaust also helps improve a motorcycle’s styling by replacing the bulky stock exhaust and shaving off some weight. The GP-1 fits sportbikes from Buell, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha.
SuperTrapp IDS2 for sport quads
SuperTrapp’s IDS2 is the company’s lightweight, tunable, disc-based aluminum exhaust for sport ATVs. According to the company, the exhaust is lighter than the stock system and the turndown outlet helps protect quads from heat and debris. The IDS2 features the company’s 3-in. tunable discs, which also serve as an integrated USFS-approved spark arrestor.
Interchangeable quiet and race core versions are available for track or trail. The quiet series comes with twelve 3-in. discs, while the racing version comes with 18 discs. The company’s Universal IDS2 Series is available for unique applications. The IDS2 is designed to fit quads from Arctic Cat, Honda, Kawasaki, Polaris, Suzuki and Yamaha.
Giannelli exhaust for BMW C600 Sport
BMW’s ultra urban scooter, the C600 Sport, gets a boost from Giannelli’s new Ipersports exhaust. Available in titanium or aluminum, the slip-on silencers are reportedly street-legal. The exhaust is available in three different models, a titanium version with a carbon endcap, a plain aluminum model, and a black, anodized aluminum slip-on version. There is also collector kit that replaces the OE catalytic converter.
Two Brothers Racing M-2 Exhaust for Ninja 300
Two Brothers Racing’s new M-2 exhaust system for the 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 is available as a slip-on option or a full system. According to the company, the TBR M-2 exhaust “delivers immediate performance gains that can be felt throughout the power band,” improvements said to provide a crisper throttle response. Both setups are available with an aluminum, titanium or high-temperature carbon fiber canister, and are ready for installation with the company’s V.A.L.E connection system and X-Lite retaining ring.
SuperTrapp Road Legends Phantom Pipe II (PIC)
The Road Legends Phantom Pipe II from SuperTrapp is a curvy 2:1 that’s an updated version of the company’s original Phantom Pipe for Softails and the baffled FLH Phantom Pipe. Designed by bike builder Paul Yaffe, the Phantom II is a baffled, black ceramic with a 2 in. removable and rebuildable core. The four-piece stylized chrome-plated heat shields come pre-installed. A turned-up claw end tip features a domino dot-engraved decorative billet end cap. The exhaust features a 2 in. primary pipe and a 3.5 in. diameter collector. It fits 2007-2013 Softails and 2006-2013 Dynas.
Cobra Center-Pro for Harley-Davidson baggers
Cobra Engineering’s Center-Pro is a unique 2:1 slip-on muffler system for Harley-Davidson baggers. The system’s right and the left muffler bodies feed into a center port that rides beneath the rear fender. The oval tip, formed from heavy-gauge steel, features a smooth, rolled edge finish. The U-shaped, one piece, slip-on clamps to the stock head pipes as well as to Cobra’s Powr-Port dual headpipes (and most other aftermarket headpipes), the company says. The muffler brackets bolt to the stock exhaust mounts beneath the bags just like any other slip-on system. Note: Due to the shape and mounting system, the dual louvered silencing cores cannot be removed — they are welded in place. Left and right heat shields provide a seamless finish. (Continued)