Triumph Scrambler Riders looking for added performance and style in their exhaust system need look no further. British Customs has developed a 3-reverse cone slip-on exhaust that delivers the look, sound and feel you need. Weighing a mere 1.5 lbs each, this exhaust can be easily slipped on to the end of headers without the need of additional hanging brackets. Sound and back pressure is created through a 1.5” baffle that produces a deep rich exhaust note that you wouldn't expect from a pipe this small. The Mini Reverse Cone Exhaust is available in polished or brushed finishes. This product is part of British Customs Builder Series. The BC Builder Series is a series of parts that are designed to fit the Bonneville but are not direct bolt on upgrades and require light to moderate fabrication skill.
- Full stainless steel construction
- Mechanical baffle that requires no repacking
- Hardware included
- Increased horsepower
- Made in USA
NOTE: Must shorten the length of the stock Scrambler heat shields for proper fitment.
This part fits the following models Triumph Bonneville T100 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Bonneville T100 Carb - 2002-2008 Triumph Bonneville Mag - 2009-2015 Triumph Scrambler 900 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Scrambler Carb - 2006-2008 Triumph Thruxton 900 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Thruxton 900 Carb - 2004-2008*Refer to Description in event of VIN specific fitment
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Says it requires light to moderate fabrication skill. I have a 2012 Bonneville Mag. How much light or moderate fabrication skill.A:Great question ! It would depend on the fitment of the headers but typically it should slide right in and clamp on. Please be sure to check with us prior to purchasing just to confirm fitment !Customer Support answered on July 5, 2016Can i slip these in the standard thruxton exhaust? ThanksA:Great question! In terms of slip-on/diameter fitment, it will work although we advise against it as the standard Thruxton headers has a bend that will make these exhausts stick outwards.Customer Support answered on July 11, 2016