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Arrow Racing Mid-Pipe KTM 1290 Super Duke 2014-2016

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1290 SuperDuke owners will be happy to hear about Arrow's Racing Mid Pipe beyond what the Slip-On does to contribute in dropping additional weight from the bike. This is a huge advantage and one that stock exhaust owners may be interested in because they've designed it to be compatible with the stock silencer/header combination. If you're looking to remove the Catalytic Converter from your stock system then you'll be interested in their Race Mid-Pipe.

1290 SuperDuke R Slip-On 2014-2016

FITMENT

  • KTM 1290 Super Duke 2014-2016

** FITMENT AVAILABLE ON STOCK OEM HEADER SYSTEMS ONLY **

PROPOSITION 65

⚠️WARNING

This product can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California known to cause Cancer or birth defects and reproductive harm. For more information go to: https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65

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    J
    03/05/2017
    Jabels

    arrow decat

    Sound and performance for me is perfect now running the stock slip on and akra race tune. Not saying the bike wasnt fun to ride stock but this pretty easy install was well worth the money for me. Quality on this thing is pretty nice too, the resonator section is done really nicely and the welds are pretty anal retentive. More then happy with it.

    X
    10/26/2016
    xtrakstar

    Arrow Cat Bypass on 2016 1301 SD SE ELP: "US HWY1"

    I received the Arrow cat Bypass and immediately ran up to Infineon Raceway to try it out. The install was straightforward and super easy. The butt dyno says it is an enormous increase in midrange torque. To be fair I also just did the Rotweiller SAS Evap/Carcoal Cannister removal as well. The sound is a bit disappointing(on the conservative side). I am exploring possibilities as far as either welding up holes in the interior mesh or inserting a liner pipe to eliminate most of the holes in the silencer. I will either figure out a way to go louder and crisper or go to a full race pipe setup. The Arrow is an inexpensive alternative since most race pipes are $1,000 +.

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