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Kawasaki Ninja 250 Slipon Carbon Fiber Exhaust on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Medan, North sumatra ,indonesia, Indonesia

Medan, North sumatra ,indonesia, Indonesia
Condition:New Brand:yoshimura Manufacturer Part Number:trc Material:carbon fiber Type:Muffler

Yoshimura TRC Slip-On Exhaust

Made famous by 7-time AMA Superbike champion, Mat Mladin. The Yoshimura TRC Slip-On Exhaust is a race proven exhaust that falls second to none. Features include a Tri-Oval design and a trick cone-shaped end cap with an easily removable low-volume insert.

Features:

  • Tri-oval shaped sleeve
  • Large volume of packing material
  • Straight baffle for ample flow
  • Cone shaped end-cap
  • Stainless steel mid-pipe for(ninja250)
 

Latest generation of Mini unveiled

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