Competition exhausts are designed and developed specially for bikes and engines tuned for races, on the basis of the experience made in track races all over the world: These exhausts are a direct evolution of the ones used in SBK and SS bikes.
- Competition exhausts are made with the deepest attention to details, they ensure to exploit - with the best possible efficiency - engines tuned for races: Bigger sections, section changes finely designed and shaped, special silencers, top-quality materials.
- These exhausts are welded manually (TIG process) and are available in a "full titanium" version or with collectors and manifolds in stainless steel and silencer and link pipe in titanium.
- In all cases, a built-in sensor plug is available, to be able to check ECU settings and make necessary modifications if needed.
- The sections of the various silencers available give the best performance and the best compromise between performance, dimensions and noise (noise must meet race rules limits).
- Style is completed with the carbon end cap and the silencer, depending on application, can be fitted with a removable baffle.
- Competition exhausts are the top-level exhausts in the market, for style, technology and performance.
The Race-Tech exhaust range was the first series of silencers designed with the new diamond-shaped section. This design replaced (quite completely, but not at all) the past years' older silencers sections, oval and cylindrical. The advanced profile (looks like a diamond, with smooth corners) makes it possible to reduce dimensions with respect to an exhaust with a more traditional shape and with an equivalent section surface. This feature is important in reducing weight and dimensions, increasing the internal volume with excellent advantages in noise damping and high performance.
- Internal structure is generally made in stainless steel, TIG welding.
- The internal parts, the sections, the exit pipe and the rear endcap are designed to allow for the smoother flow of exhaust gases possible reducing back-pressure-generated losses.