incl. VAT plus shipping costs
|performance class:||racing, sport|
|material exhaust body:||steel|
|finish exhaust body:||painted flat|
|exhaust manifold incl.:|
|diameter exhaust stub:||37 mm|
The design originally from Taffspeed Tuning in England was further developed in the nineties by the guys of the scooter center and produced by JL. Now there is the successor named RZ MK II by LTH, which is now produced in the Far East, but is much cheaper than its predecessor.
The performance is still on a pleasingly high level, the noise level for such a powerful exhaust is pleasingly low.
Compared to a Scorpion exhaust, the MK II tackles much earlier and produces a very well drivable, wide speed band.
It runs well on nearly all engines, no matter if Pinasco 177, Polini 177 or Quattrini M1X cylinder.
Its biggest advantage is the excellent pre-resonance range which gives it a high suitability for everyday use and a full pull through.
The mounting position on the right side of the vehicle ensures that the rear wheel remains fully accessible as with the original exhaust.
The exhaust is in three parts, i.e. the body is divided into manifold, resonance body and rear silencer. The damper has the following marking:
The quality of the LTH version is consistently at a high level. The stainless steel version, however, fits very well to the connecting pieces of the elbow and should be assembled with a suitable assembly paste.