The Platinum Pipe has the same cone-shaped sections as the popular Works Pipe, but utilizes plating on the body to protect it from everyday elements. Being designed after the Works Pipe, the Platinum Pipe offers the same performance gains, while the Platinum finish reduces rider maintenance and helps protect the pipe from natures elements. The Platinum pipe is the ideal choice for people who race or ride in extreme weather conditions. Precision in design and engineering makes even the smallest details into a work of art. The Platinum Pipe is a unique fusion of power, elegance and utility that pushes the boundaries of the sports riding pleasure. Stamped AKDQ high-quality carbon steel construction. Hand welded and pounded seams. Reinforced mounting brackets and stinger. Electroless nickel plating increases product life.
"the pipe was an ok buy, it did what it was said to do and i didnt need to rejet, but i didnt even leave my bike outside or even let 1 speck of watter touch it but it started to get spotted rust all over it and the add states that the pipe isn't supposto rust but it did and it wasnt even wet!, theres one more thing, it was verry hard to get the pipe to fit right, it already snapped two exhaust mounts!"
With a clear and stylish design, the 304 Silencer will make a lasting impression. The slightly longer body offers reduced noise output when compared to the R-304. Its perfectly constructed lightweight cylindrical canister, combined with the brushed aluminum body and stainless steel inlet tube and end cap, give you a silencer that looks as good as it performs and ensure that a truly unique riding experience is in store for you. The 304 silencer is recommended for most two-stroke applications. Brushed aluminum and stainless steel inlet tube and end cap. Weighs less than stock exhaust. Improves top-end power for two-stroke motorcycles while keeping factory sound. Convenient bolt-on end cap to easily replace packing.
"this silincer was a great buy, it quieted my bike down a bit and made it sound awesome, and i didnt even need to rejet my kx 80, there was a major power increase throught low to high rpm's the only problem was that the silincer didnt fit in the stock position and it wouldn't let me put my side pannel on right, and i had to modify the side pannel to get the new silincer to fit in but it looks alright, the silincer didn't look like it does in the picture but whatever, overall a great buy"