+6.6kWat 10100 rpm
+5.6Nmat 9150 rpm
The performance of the Slip-On Line exhausts can be further enhanced with the addition of the optional stainless-steel header. When this beautifully finished header is added to any Slip-On Line exhaust for the Z900, it turns the muffler into a complete racing system and increases power to even greater levels of enjoyment. The addition of the header will also improve the sound of the exhaust, giving it a crisper racing tone.
Optional headers do not fit on Z900 A2 model.
- Durable, Lightweight Stainless Steel Construction.
- Tapered Tuned Length headers and 1 merge collectors provide additional horsepower throughout over stock.
- O2 bungs and plugs for stock or wide band O2 sensors.
They seem to be only pipes: but the real thing is different. Made in AISI 304 stainless steel and, for Competition systems, in titanium alloy, Header pipes kits you can buy from us, from an hard development, done our R&D guys, using all the experience made up in years of work done in worldwide race-tracks. To this extremely important ingredient, you have to add the craftsmanship of our R&D people: pipes diameters, sections changes, components, welding and layout are carefully tested to design a product with high performances, reliable, long-lasting and, last but not least, good looking. Depending on the engine and on the ignition scheme, the best layout is choosen for the header pipes, the manifold and the mid-pipe, up to the silencer(s). So we speak of 4:2:1, 4:2:2, 2:1:2, 4:2:1:2, 3:1:1 and so on: all this stuff may seem too close to a football team playing tactics, instead the right choice for the header scheme is a key factor to have a good designed full system. Theory is not enough, we need also a superior attention in the production process: its extremely important to keep the sections changes as smooth as possible, to have a gas flow that is the most regular as possible. To meet this goal, junctions between the various parts of the full exhausts are made with CNC machined components. For the same reasons, weldings have to be almost perfect and cannot reduce the gas flow sections.