Tuesday, May 3, 2011

New Exhausts from TK, Doppler, Leo Vince, and Polini added to site

This week Polini has been re-stocked (others are running on empty but we got more Polini in stock ) TK Linhai and CF Moto, MRP back in stock, plus we have added Lambretta vintage, SITO PLUS, and Full Leo Vince exhausts for our dealers.


LEO VINCE EXHAUST 4ROAD VESPA GT200 7458 * Distributor Part # PTLD 1810-1780 High performance exhaust systems from the one and only, Leo Vince. You can now get that European speed, sound and style right here in the USA. Easy to install and much lighter than stock systems. MSRP $380.00 each * Manufacturer Part # 7458 Muffler Piaggio Vespa GT200 Leo Vince WP81-7458 The 4 Road Scooter Exhaust from Leo Vince features: * Specifically developed for 4-stroke engines, boosts torque and power * Header pipes are TIG-welded AISI 304 stainless steel * Stainless steel muffler sleeve * Muffler interior has been designed to enhance performance * E-approved, meets European standard noise levels for road use

Piaggio Mp3 400ie Gilera Fuoco 500ie Leo Vince WP81-7457 Leo Vince Piaggio MP3 400/500 Exhaust (LV7457)

PM TUNNING 200cc GT200
X-Tech SS Vespa GT125/200 4T Item: PPM62 Vendor Part Number: PM62 PM Tuning Racing Products own handmade full stainless steel four stroke performance exhaust. This exhaust gives a 2bhp dyno proved (using our own in-house dyno) increase over the standard exhaust and is suitable for 125cc - 210cc cylinders. the dyno graph shows the improvement the red line is with our handmade exhaust and the blue line is the standard exhaust Dyno developed /long term road tested for superior throttle response and linear power increase (1.8HP) throughout the entire speed range the PM61 is the result of 1 years development. Incorporating PM?s unique 360 degree down pipe configuration to optimize maximum power output and correct tuned length. Newly developed internal exhaust gas chamber for improved baffle life and better fuel consumption. Reduced unsprung mass for improved handling ? the weight of the original.

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