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16/04/2014: Arrow exhaust systems and slip on cans now available from A&R Racing Services

Arrow Competition exhausts have been developed in Arrow Special Products R&D department to help you get the very best useable power out of your modern race bike.

Competition exhausts have many differences when compared to a standard Arrow exhaust: increased diameters where necessary, different solutions for section changes and a specially-designed silencer.

Each of these features has been designed to ensure a better performance when the exhaust is fitted to a tuned (therefore more powerful) engine.

Competition exhausts represent the pinnacle of Arrow product lines: these systems are directly based on the exhausts our technicians in the R&D hav developed and continue developing for major teams in Superbike and Supersport classes worldwid. These masterpieces are made using top quality materials and the most up to date exhaust manufacturing technology.

Entirely welded via TIG process, the Competition exhausts are available in 'full titanium' version (totally made using titanium alloy) or with headers in stainless steel.

In both cases the exhausts have a built-in plug to fit an oxygen sensor, so that you can check and change easily and quickly the ECU settings, to suit varying track and weather conditions.

The design of the Competition series silencers give the bikes that typical Arrow look, ensuring top performances while keeping the noise levels within limits.

A version of the silencer is available with a carbon rear endcap.

Moreover, sensitivity to noise levels from race activities is increasing throughtout Europe, so a version of the same silencers is available with a removable dB-killer.

We are busily adding these great products to the online shop, so while we are working on that, please call us with your make and model details to check availability for your bike.

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