If there’s one thing we cannot deny, the Aprilia Tuareg 660 is a modern machine. Fans of the Noale brand have fallen in love with its middleweight adventure bike since its release, making no secret of their admiration for the Italian four-stroke offering.


Exhaust manufacturer and experts, Akrapovič has just unveiled their new system for the brand new Aprilia Tuareg. Already a popular choice amongst world riders, the middleweight ADV machine is now set to get another dose of uber-cool. This new set is being released for more stability and performance enhancement.



The most extraordinary power, the most awe-inspiring engineering. The new Akrapovič slip-ons are designed to unleash the performance of your Aprilia Tuareg 660.


Utilizing the latest muffler design shape featured in the Adventure range of exhausts, this system is constructed from high-grade lightweight titanium for the outer muffler sleeve with a stainless-steel link pipe and inner muffler structure, creating a weight reduction of 1.9 kg (36.5%) over the stock system. 

The exhaust also features a hand-made carbon-fibre end cap and carbon-fibre heatshield, which offers added protection to the rider’s gear. These provide a perfect look to the exhaust, finishing off with an attractive monochrome Akrapovič sticker. 


Power gains of 0.9 kW (1.2 hp) and torque gains of 2.1 Nm, both at 4,800 rpm, have been achieved when tested on the Akrapovič dyno and compared to an Aprilia Tuareg 660 with a standard stock system, delivering increased performance, perfect throttle response, and rideability. 

With a deep, sporty, and vivid sound, this exhaust is EC/ECE type-approved and needs no remapping – it is just an easy plug-and-play installation.

You can further upgrade this exhaust with an Optional Header (SS) for those searching for higher performance and the unique sound experience of an Akrapovič exhaust. Installation of the Optional Header (SS) makes the EC/ECE type approval of the Slip-On Line (Titanium) invalid.

via Akrapovic

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