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Condition:New Brand:Cobra UPC:Does Not Apply Manufacturer Part Number:3262 Part Type:Exhaust Application Make:Suzuki Finish:Chrome Application Model:Marauder 800 1999-2004 Exhaust Model:Drag Pipes Exhaust


COBRA EXHAUST Drag Pipes CHROME SUZUKI MARAUDER 800 1999-2004


Manufacturer: Cobra

Manufacturer Part Number:
3262

Make: SUZUKI

Model: MARAUDER 800

Year(s): 1999-2004

Style: DRAG PIPES

Surface Finish: CHROME

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COBRA EXHAUST Drag Pipes CHROME SUZUKI MARAUDER 800 1999-2004

  • Nothing is simpler than a drag pipe. What's not to understand? The straightest possible pipe, the fewest possible bends, the least possible backpressure.
  • Pure drag pipes work great on dragsters because they spend 100 percent of their time at full throttle. In the real world, you need a little added finesse--the Cobra touch.
  • Our drag pipes have the pure, simple lines riders want, but they come with our removable power cores. With the cores in you get a great, sharp bark of an exhaust note that's still appropriate for riding in town. And you'll also get a real performance increase you can feel.


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