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HONDA CB1000R ARMYTRIX Abgasanlage

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Honda CB1000R 2018-2023 ARMYTRIX Weaponized Slip-On Exhaust System

STAINLESS STEEL # HOB10-LSC
ARMYTRIX WEAPONIZED Carbon Fiber Slip-On Exhaust System
+ Stainless Steel Link Pipe
+ WEAPONIZED Carbon Fiber Muffler
+ Noise Damper (DB Killer)
+ Black Chrome ARMYTRIX End CAP
$790.00
Staying true to our beliefs, ARMYTRIX strives to reach the limit and shatter your preconceived notion of style, hence the initiation of project #CODEGREEN.
After endless rounds of designing and R&D, the all new Weaponized Exhaust Line is now ready to redefine.
The ARMYTRIX Weaponized Exhaust Line features light-weight titanium link pipe, and the unique carbon fiber muffler with the specialized ARMYTRIX Black Chrome End Cap gives you the exhaust sound like no other.
Join #CODEGREEN now, and ride with style.

THE FIRST EVER VALVETRONIC MOTORCYCLE EXHAUST IN THE WORLD


FREEDOM TO SWITCH BETWEEN LOUD AND QUIET WITH THE PUSH OF A BUTTON

With the push of a button on your ARMYRIX remotes or smartphone application, you get to switch between modes upon your wish.

CUSTOMIZABLE AUTOMATIC MODE GIVES YOU A WORRY-FREE DRIVE

The automatic mode will open/close the exhaust valves based on the predetermined RPM range, so you don’t have to manually switch all the time – you can also customize your own automatic mode upon your preference!

ARMYTRIX APP SMART ASSISTANT

The mobile APP of ARMYTRIX can connect to the OBDII device via Bluetooth, and be used to as a remote controller to easily control valve switch and provide you with real-time monitoring of variuos values of your car, such as rotate speed, speed, fuel, etc. The rpm value in Auto mode can be set to open valves.

App
App

GAIN MORE POWER, LOSE NO TORQUE

Depending on the modifications and tunes you have, opening valves allow the exhaust gas to flow more freely, And with the valves being closed, it can retain the backpressure at low rpm and maintain the torque that is usually lost with straight piped exhaust systems.