This system is a shortened version of the company's already successful Swept Speedster line of exhausts, but in a shorter more radical design.
Cobra's line of Speedster exhausts, from it's Swepts to its various two-into-two designs all have as a common theme the PowrPort cross over. The PowrPort helps to improve the exhaust scavenging to produce more power and it's this distinctive feature that identifies the systems as Speedsters.
Exceptional performance, great style and more features than any other comparable system. With the PowrPort crossover installed this system sounds better and provides increased performance that put it at the head of the class. It blends a thugster, mixed-breed look with pure-bred performance.
This system is available in two finishes, chrome (with a limited Lifetime Warranty) or a black ceramic coating. Both use single-piece, full-length 2.5-inch heat shields. Bikes are shown with the Cobra PowrFlo Air Intake System as well.
- PowerPort crossover makes for a significant power increase from just off idle to redline, which leads to a deep and aggressive exhaust tone
- PowerPort increases power and overall performance by providing superior scavenging of exhaust gases over most standard exhaust systems; similar to what you might expect from a 2-into-1 system
- Large 2.5"", 222°, full-length heat shields fit from the exhaust ports to the billet tips for a seamless look and no blueing
- Show-chrome or black finished heat shields with beautifully machined chrome billet end caps for a truly custom finish
- Available in slash-down, swept, short, long and xtra long styles
- Includes mounting hardware and removable baffles for simple installation
- Power with social responsibility
- Made in the U.S.A.
The Swept exhaust requires the removal of the right-side passenger footpeg; optional relocation bracket curves up from under the pipe to relocate the peg in the proper position.
The California Air Resources Board (“CARB”) does not permit the use of aftermarket exhaust systems that remove or alter OEM emission control devices unless certified by CARB, other than on racing vehicles on closed courses. Check your local laws and manufacturer's information.