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Used 2001 Titan Phoenix Zrm For Sale on ns1.2040-motos

$9,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:13
Location:

Salters, South Carolina

Salters, SC

Titan Other description

2001 Titan Phoenix ZRM. V2 4 Strokes 113.00 Cubic Inch Engine. 6 Gear 13000mis. Two Tone Burgundy and Black. LED Lamps for Better Visibility. This Beautiful Cruiser is Ready for the Road. Well Cared For. Qualified buyers may be eligible to apply for financing nationwide shipping and extended warranty. Inventory number: C81008Y

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Yoshimura GSX1250FA EEC Approved Slip-On End-Can

Tue, 16 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

JAPANESE TUNING house Yoshimura has released a series of EEC-approved Slip-On exhausts suitable for the Suzuki Bandit GSF1250SA and the new fully-faired Suzuki GSX1250FA.At over 3kgs lighter than the OE Suzuki item, each Yoshimura Slip-On comes with the pipe work to mount to the standard front section plus all parts (including muffler clamp) required for installation. The EEC-approved silencer features two dB-killer baffles, one in the link pipe, one in the can and when both are removed power and torque are increased over stock, claim Yoshimura. With full EEC silencing both torque and power curves are identical to the standard output, but a dB-Killer in the link-pipe when used with an open exhaust gives solid gains, the company say.Part Number/Sleeve Type/Weight/RRP including VAT1A0-177-5L50 (Stainless Steel)    3.4kg  £597.751A0-177-5L80 (Titanium)              3.2kg  £666.731A0-177-5L81B (Titan Blue)*       3.2kg  £747.191A0-177-5L20 (Metal Magic)        3.4kg  £689.72For more information on this or any other Yoshimura product contact 01782 569800 or visit www.phoenixnw.co.uk to find your nearest dealer. 

Motorcycle.com Weekly Community Round-up!

Mon, 22 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800

It’s that time again, folks. Here are a few things going on around the Motorcycle.com Forum Network: 2006 R6 Exhaust Picture thread! Wow, this thread has been going on since 2004!

Ladies - All seasons kit from Weise

Wed, 23 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700

We’ve all been there, it’s a hot sunny day and you decide to take a friend or partner out on the bike. Being a sensible biker you refuse to take them out in their 'skinny' jeans and denim jacket but instead offer to fit them out in your ill fitting, smelly, ever ageing kit from the dark corners of the loft. They put it all on and off you go.