Scorpion Exhaust Modification

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tuckshop1
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Scorpion Exhaust Modification

Post by tuckshop1 »

Does anyone recall a thread on here regarding modding a full scorpion exhaust system?

Currently have one on my race bike and kicking out about 69bhp. Apparently there's a mod you can do to the headers to get a little more BHP. Can't seem to find anything on it on here or Google. Could be that its not true but worth a go as I wouldn't mind a little more BHP on the old zxr.

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zimm
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Re: Scorpion Exhaust Modification

Post by zimm »

best mod is fit a Ti Beet :)

seriously though, i never rated the scorpion system much ..

ace mountain pic btw
tuckshop1
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Re: Scorpion Exhaust Modification

Post by tuckshop1 »

Haha if only I could afford one! My systems not too bad , actually find it's got far better mid range grunt than my micron system had.

My brothers now got a micron and a kit Kawasaki system so I might just steal one haha.

I actually managed to get air that weekend ha, first time there and came away with 3 wins. Did a 1.42.095 in the end. Bike just needs a bit of tweeking here and there and it'll be sweet.
kawirider46
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Re: Scorpion Exhaust Modification

Post by kawirider46 »

is scorpion available for the Kawasaki Ninja 400. I have a 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400 and I want to upgrade my stock exhaust with an aftermarket one. Also, I just want a slip-on and not a full system exhaust. I saw a Ninja 400 with a Yoshimura slip-on in a mototechindia organised ride event. It sounds amazing but I don't like the design, it looks quite bulky and doesn't go well with the Ninja 400 design.
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