TRIUMPH THUNDERBIRD 1600/ 1700 HOG SLAYER EXHAUST
The Thunderbird 1600 is an awesome bike. Not only does it run with Milwaukee’s finest right out of the box, with a little help, it's a bonafide Harley Killer. With a slight attitude adjustment in the pipes department, you can make your Triumph Thunderbird 1600 a true Hog Slayer. Developed over the course of many roasted tires and upset barandshield brawlers, the Hog Slayer Exhaust delivers style, performance and a deep, throaty exhaust note.
Handcrafted from strong and goodlooking 304 stainless steel, the Hog Slayers use British Customs’ exclusive Louver Core Baffle design. It maximizes airflow, creates just the right amount of back pressure, sounds amazing and never needs maintenance or repacking.
The Hog Slayer not only breathes better for more lowend torque, it makes a statement without offending. Engineered to be quiet at idle, the Hog Slayers don’t announce their presence until you’ve left the world in your mirrors, coming truly alive under full power.
The Hog Slayer system also shaves a full 12 pounds off the Thunderbird’s OEM exhaust, replacing those 33pound stock pipes and converter with a 21pound catfree system. It’s slimmer and shorter than stock for style and the weight savings will be appreciated in the twisties.
All welds are ground for seamless finish. The mirrorshine polished finish looks even better than chrome and will never rust, pit or corrode – plus it’s easier to maintain.
Note: This performance upgrade requires tuning of your motorcycle.
- Deep, throaty sound
- Wakes up bottom-end torque
- Ground welds for seamless finish
- Smooth power delivery throughout entire RPM range
- Mechanical baffle, never needs repacking
- Entire system weighs only 21lbs.
- Silencers and stainless band clamps included
- Polished 304 stainless steel, beautifully stamped with signature crest logo
- Made in USA
- EFI System re-mapping required
|THIS PART FITS THE FOLLOWING MODELS|
|TRIUMPH THUNDERBIRD 1600 - 2009-2015|
|TRIUMPH THUNDERBIRD STORM - 2011-2015|
Not compatible with the Thunderbird LT or Commander
Does not eliminate Cat