Why do riders like 2011 Daytona 200 winner Jason Disalvo, Ben Bostrom and Roger Lee Hayden choose FMF? FMF Apex exhaust line is made with only one goal in mind: Winning. Made from the highest quality aircraft spec materials such as pure military spec Titanium, Ultra high strength Stainless Steel, even FMF's Carbon Fiber Components are made at a facility right along side some of the most advanced aircraft parts in the world. The shape of the Apex Race Exhaust System is form fitted to match perfectly with today's most advanced sport bikes, maximizing cornering clearance and handling performance. The outlet shape mirrors the system shape providing an extremely high exhaust flow rate, and a distinct sound that no other system can match. Careful attention is paid to the power curve. While FMF prides themselves on the amount of peak power their systems develop, FMF also understand to insure fast lap times and precise cornering control the power delivery needs to be linear. This is why teams like Lattus Racing and Michael Jordan Motorsports choose FMF Apex exhaust systems.
Designed by racers for racing.
The most advanced sport exhaust available.
Incredible power output at all RPM.
Durable carbon fiber and titanium construction.
Integrated fit for maximum cornering clearance.
Healthy exhaust note.
Each header is designed to maximize exhaust flow.
Quiet insert(s) included.
100% made in the USA.
NOTE: For Closed Course competition use Only. Not intended for street use.
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Dear Sir or Madam. This email from Fance, so sorry for my langage ..
I 'm seraching for this same configuation (exhaust under seat) for suzuki 1000 TLR .. Do this brand make it ? Or another one ? .. Please be kind to let me know if you find one ! ... Best regards.
A: Unfortunately there is not a company producing under tail exhaust systems for the TLR1000r. People have modified and custom made under tail exhausts and the information can be found in multiple online forums by doing a Google search.