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13-16 Triumph Daytona 675r Taylormade Gp Slip On Exhaust W/ Carbon Trim Tmrt13 on 2040-parts.com

US $820.00
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Moorpark, California, United States

Moorpark, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:TaylorMade Racing UPC:Does Not Apply Finish:Black Muffler material:Stainless steel Manufacturer Part Number:TMRT13 dB killer:Sold separately Type:Slip on exhaust Carbon trim pieces:Yes, left & right MPN:TMRT13

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