Traditionally, the best race exhaust was always handmade by some of the most skilled craftsmen in the community. Today, that heritage is carried forward and made available for the first time to the public with the British Customs GP Exhaust. The British Customs GP Exhaust is a truly handcrafted muffler made by some of today’s most skilled technicians. Step by step, each muffler is slowly, meticulously rolled and TIG welded from 100% stainless steel to create a muffler that evokes the golden era of motorcycle racing. GP-style exhaust usually only comes as part of a full exhaust system, requiring you to completely remove your old exhaust pipes and redo your air intakes in order to get them working. However, the British Customs GP Exhaust exemplifies our custom look, factory fit mantra by giving riders a highly unique retro look and sound with a slip-on solution. The GP Exhaust uses a rubber-mounted bracket to install the same way as the factory pipes, to increase durability and keep installation as simple as possible. For riders seeking to give their modern classic a vintage road race look and sound, the British Customs GP Exhaust is the highest quality performance solution available.
- Handmade exhaust by master technicians
- 100% stainless steel construction
- 2.5lbs each exhaust
- Repackable stainless steel mesh perf core baffle for optimal backpressure
- Vintage road race looks and sound
- Rubber mounted bracket for increased durability and easy installation
- Proudly made in the USA
Note: Does not fit standard Thruxton 1200 models. Only compatible with R model.
This part fits the following models Triumph Thruxton 1200 R - 2016*Refer to Description in event of VIN specific fitment
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Would it fit the 900 model?A:These will unfortunately not fit on the Thruxton 900. However, we plan to release a version for the Thruxton 900 soon. If you sign up for our newsletter, you will be notified as soon as they become available: http://www.british-customs.com/newsletter-sign-upCustomer Support answered on November 28, 2016